The MLB League Championship Series match ups and schedule have been set. Can the Rangers make it back to the World Series? Hard core Tigers, Brewers, and Cardinals fans in Detroit, Milwaukee, and St Louis dare to think this might be THE year.
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With the Yankees 10-1 win on Detroit tonight, the ALDS returns to New York for a series-settling game 5 on Thursday night.
A scan of all the leading ticket marketplaces and broker sites shows more than 10,000 listings starting at $45 and averaging $138 a ticket. Who will move on to battle the Texas Rangers? Check out all the Tigers @ Yankees tickets on FanSnap and see for yourself, live!
FanSnap allows you to find, compare and get the best ALDS tickets values!
It used to be that the Rose Bowl was the “Granddaddy of them all.” But with the advent of the BCS, the BCS Championship has become the biggest bowl in the land.
Average BCS ticket prices average $4,600 today. That’s more than 4x what they went for last year. BCS tickets currently start at $2500. We’re showing 1166 listings from nine providers.
Average Price of 2011 BCS tickets:
January 7 – $4,600
January 6 – $7,122
January 5 – $6,325
January 4 – $3,615
Average ticket prices for comparable events in 2010:
- Olympic Gold Medal Hockey (U.S. v Canada) tickets = $3,600 – $4,300
- Super Bowl tickets = $2,200 – $3,200
- Stanley Cup = $1,325
- Masters Badges = 1,143
- World Series game tickets = $910 – $1,100
- BCS National Championship ticket = $865 – $1,000
- 2010 NBA Finals tickets = $853
- Final Four Championship tickets = $230
In the midst of a smoking hot AL Central pennant race, the Detroit Tigers hold a four game lead over the Minnesota Twins. These two teams play head-to-head seven times in the next ten days. HUGE! The surprise? Twins and Tigers fans can see these games for as little as $4!
Want to sit behind home plate? At this moment, there are $40 tickets available in Minneapolis and $63 tickets available in Detroit. Unbelievable.
As in all markets, prices in the ticket market are set by the balance of supply and demand. There are lots of tickets available for these important games, so local baseball fans get a great experience at an amazing bargain.
Fri, Sep 18 at 7:10PM 100+ tickets from $4
Sat, Sep 19 at 6:10PM 300+ tickets from $4
Sun, Sep 20 at 1:10PM 500+ tickets from $6
Mon, Sep 28 at 7:05PM 2,000+ tickets from $10
Tue, Sep 29 at 7:05PM 2,000+ tickets from $8
Wed, Sep 30 at 7:05PM 3,000+ tickets from $8
Thu, Oct 1 at 1:05PM 2,000+ tickets from $6