Price Update: 2014 World Series Tickets

Here's an updated look at 2014 World Series tickets and prices for Kansas City Royals tickets and San Francisco Giants tickets.

DATE GAME VENUE QTY AVG AVG to HOME WS AVG to TOTAL WS GET IN
10/21/2014 Game 1 Kauffman Stadium 4415 $937.72 -21.66% -19.69% $363.00
10/22/2014 Game 2 Kauffman Stadium 7914 $883.33 -26.16% -24.35% $326.00
10/24/2014 Game 3 AT&T Park 8552 $1,083.44 -4.72% -7.21% $424.00
10/25/2014 Game 4 AT&T Park 7066 $1,242.12 9.24% 6.38% $476.00
10/26/2014 Game 5 AT&T Park 12984 $1,115.27 -1.92% -4.49% $407.00
10/28/2014 Game 6 Kauffman Stadium 9393 $1,253.03 4.74% 7.31% $380.00
10/29/2014 Game 7 Kauffman Stadium 8787 $1,547.48 29.35% 32.53% $459.00

 

AVG QTY
KC $1,196.31 30509
SF $1,137.09 28602

Series

$1,167.65 59111

As we've done since the playoffs began, here's an updated look at secondary market pricing for World Series tickets.

 

When Playoffs Began Last Week Monday Tuesday Wednesday
St. Louis Cardinals $950.00 $1,056.58 $1,048.04 $994.85 $946.38
Boston Red Sox $1,717.00 $1,706.56 $1,718.96 $1,716.60 $1,732.67
Overall Average $1,333.50 $1,381.57 $1,383.50 $1,355.73 $1,339.53
Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday
St. Louis Cardinals $927.31 $910.09 $860.00 $982.53 $935.86
Boston Red Sox $1,738.62 $1,779.74 $1,679.85 $1,628.38 $1,619.87
Overall Average $1,332.97 $1,344.92 $1,269.93 $1,305.46 $1,277.87

 

Regular Season Avg World Series Premium Since Playoff Began One-Week Change
St. Louis Cardinals $57.72 1476.73% -1.49% -10.7%
Boston Red Sox $100.6 1669.13% -5.66% -5.76%

It's somewhat surprising to see both Cardinals and Red Sox tickets for the Fall Classic down since the playoffs began--down 1.49% for Cardinals and down 5.66% for the Red Sox. Cardinals tickets were trended upwards this weekend following their series-clinching win on Friday, but have since dropped  below their average prices when the playoffs began.

For the Red Sox, even with their drop in price, their World Series ticket prices are the most expensive of the last 5 years that we've been tracking data. For more on World Series tickets, check out these two articles on Forbes.

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