Friday, October 04, 2013

Post-Season Ticket Pricing Info

Here's a message from our ticket partners at TiqIQ:

The Los Angeles Dodgers finished the season with an 11 game division lead in the National League West, the largest lead of any division winner in 2013. The Dodgers will be playing the team that finished with the second largest division lead, the Atlanta Braves. The Dodgers were 2-5 against Atlanta in the regular season, but all seven of those games were before the All-Star break when Los Angeles as just a .500 team. Dodgers tickets for games at Dodger Stadium against the Braves are selling for a $173 average, 223 percent over the $53.61 price of an average regular season home game.

Prospective World Series tickets for what would be the Dodgers first trip to the Fall Classic since 1988 are averaging $1451 on the secondary market.


Hideo Nomo said...

Face value for potential WS games range from $210 to $350. If I'm going to spend at least $210 to even get in the door, going up to $350 doesn't seem like that huge a leap to have a better seat.

Dusty Baker said...


With this Monday's game, I felt robbed when I was considering a $100-$125 top level back of the us type seat with the proletariat, when I could pony up somewhat more for a better view and experience.

Paul said...

Not to get ahead of ourselves but if the Dodgers play the cards I might have a single ticket for what would be game 4 and 5 of the NLCS, Field level. I'm not trying to make money so won't be jacking up the price. Negative is it is only one ticket. Positive is it is next to me and I'll probably buy rounds of overpriced beer.

Dusty Baker said...


Keep me posted!

Paul said...

You got it Dusty!