A few teams have clinched a postseason berth, but only one series has been made official. In the National League Divisional Series, the New York Mets will take on the Los Angeles Dodgers, It’s yet to be determined which team will have home field advantage in the series, but ticket prices on the secondary market will differ greatly at the two stadiums.
Mets tickets will be significantly more expensive than Dodgers tickets on the secondary market during the NLDS. For the first two home games, Mets tickets have an average price of $363.68 while the first to Dodgers home games have a combined average price of $141.26, leaving Mets tickets 157.5% more expensive for the first two games on the secondary market.
The NLDS is just a five-game series, which will only give one team an opportunity to play three home games. If the Mets were to host that game at Citi Field, the current average price is $509.31 with a get-in price of $133. A potential Game 5 at Dodger Stadium has an average price of $203.48, less expensive than the first two games in Queens, with a get-in price of just $43.