Looking At The Top Atlanta Braves Games Of The Season

The Atlanta Braves had one of the busiest offseasons of any team in recent memory after the team really struggled on offense in 2014. That caused multiple slumps for the Braves throughout the season as they won only 79 games and finished tied for second place in the NL East at four games under .500.  The Braves traded away many of their star players such as Jason Heyward, Justin Upton, and Evan Gattis and received mostly prospects back. The new look Braves feel they can surprise people with a playoff berth this season.  However, most feel the Braves will lose more than 90 games this year.  Here are the top three Braves tickets on the secondary market for the 2015 season.

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8/29/15 vs New York Yankees | Avg. Price: $174.69 | Get-in Price: $19

Four of the five top Braves tickets this season will be against the two big market teams in the AL East including three with the New York Yankees who come to Turner Field for a three-game series beginning on August 28.  The top priced Braves ticket is the second game of this three game set. Braves vs Yankees tickets currently have an average price of $174.69 on the secondary market, with the get in price at $19.

 

8/28/15 vs New York Yankees | Avg. Price: $162.99 | Get-in Price: $17

In the opening game of this series between the Yankees and Braves at Turner Field, Braves tickets are going for a current secondary market average price of $162.99. That is a 115.2% premium compared the Braves’ home average in 2015 which is $75.73. The least expensive ticket to get into this game is priced at $17.

 

6/18/15 vs Boston Red Sox | Avg. Price: $158.72 | Get-in Price: $14

The Atlanta Braves begin a three game set with the Boston Red Sox on June 17 at Turner Field through June 19, but the second game of this three game set is one of the top Braves tickets this season. Currently, Braves vs Red Sox tickets have an average price of $158.72 on the secondary market, with a get-in price of $14.

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