Another season, another playoff berth for the Los Angeles Dodgers.
After losing the best pitcher in the game to a herniated disc for the greater part of the season, the Dodgers were able to man the ship without Clayton Kershaw, going 35-23 during the southpaw’s 10-week stay on the disabled list between June 30 and September 9. Aided by the poor second half play of the Giants, the Dodgers have clinched a fourth straight divisional title and will play on through the first two weeks of October.
The NL West champions set to face the Washington Nationals in the Division Series beginning Friday, and there are a few ways fans can get their hands on Dodgers playoff tickets as the team searches for its first World Series title since 1988.
TicketIQ is here to break down the best ways to buy Dodgers tickets during the 2016 postseason below:
1) Plenty of tickets remain on the primary market – If you thought it would be tough to snag tickets during the NLDS, think again: there’s no shortage of seats available on the Dodgers’ official website. Tickets are available in each of eight categories offered across both potential home games, ranging from the $46 Preferred Reserve seats to the $906 Lexus Dugout Club VIP tickets.
Unlike many other playoff teams, the Dodgers have already put NLCS tickets up for sale to the general public. Tickets are widely available for those four potential home games and start from $86 in the Preferred Reserve sections of Dodger Stadium. No word on when World Series tickets will hit the market, but the Dodgers list prices starting from $166 in the Preferred Reserve sections across all three possible home games.
2) On the resale market, the Dodgers are the cheapest team to watch at home this season – The Dodgers are known for their cheap ticket prices on the secondary market, and the 2016 postseason will be no different. On TicketIQ, Dodgers playoff tickets at home during the NLDS are averaging $152.97, the cheapest among all playoff teams this season. Check out a price trend of Dodgers NLDS ticket prices over the past four seasons below:
Game 3 on October 10 is the more expensive of the two possible games at Dodger Stadium. It currently owns an average resale price of $154.94 and the get-in price is $72. Pending a possible Game 4 the following day, those tickets are slightly cheaper at an average price of $149.25 and a $69 get-in price.
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