Due to COVID-19, all 2020 Division Series, League Championship Series, and World Series games will be played in bubble locations. The ALDS will be played at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, and Petco Park in San Diego, the NLDS will be played at Globe Life Field in Arlington and Minute Maid Park in Houston. The ALCS will take place at Petco Park, and the NLCS and World Series will take place at Globe Life Field.
Due to the state guidelines in California and Texas, tickets will only be available for the NLCS and World Series.
Where To Buy 2020 MLB Playoff Tickets
Primary market tickets for the NLCS and World Series went on sale on October 6th via MLB.com. Capacity will be limited to 11,500 fans for both series (10,550 fans spread throughout the ballpark and 950 in suites). Fans attending will also have to follow the guideline below:
Tickets in the seating bowl will be sold in groups of four contiguous seats, called pods. Individuals may purchase a limit of one pod per NLCS and World Series game.
Seats within each pod cannot be broken apart for sale.
Each pod will be a minimum of six feet from each other.
No seats will be sold within 20 feet of where a player can be located on the field, in the dugouts or in the bullpen.
Masks will be mandatory for all fans except when actively eating or drinking at their ticketed seats.
Hand sanitizing stations will be available throughout the ballpark.
No bags will be permitted except for those that are carried for medical reasons or manufactured diaper bags that accompany infants and young children.
Secondary market tickets are also available, but inventory is limited. TicketIQ will have Fee-Free tickets with a Low Price Guarantee and Refund Guarantee, which states that in the event an event is canceled or deem unfit for fans to attend, TicketIQ will refund ticket buyers in as soon as 15 days. That means that you can buy from TicketIQ worry-free. With the Low Price Guarantee, if you find the same ticket for less on another secondary market ticket for less on a site like StubHub or Vivid Seats, we’ll give you 200% of the difference in ticket credit.
How Much Are 2020 MLB Playoff Tickets
Primary market NLCS tickets start at $40 and go as high as $125 per seat. For the World Series prices range from $75 to $450 per seat.
On the secondary market, tickets for the NLCS are averaging $210, which is the least expensive NLCS we've ever tracked. Last year, the NLCS between the Nationals and Cardinals averaged $335 on the secondary market. Get-in prices range from $68 to $190.
Below is a look at the average price and get-in price for each NLCS game:
The secondary market average prices for this year's World Series is $979, which is significantly less expensive than last year's $1,936 average price for the Nationals-Astros series. Get-in prices for the World Series games range from $345 to $450.
Below is a look at the average price and get-in price for each World Series game:
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How Much Are 2019 MLB Playoff Tickets
After a 162-game—or in this year’s case, 163-game—marathon season, the Major League Baseball playoffs are in full swing. While the Yankees steamrolled the Twins, the rest of the league divisional series in going the distance. As the below infographic shows, the Astros have the highest game 5, which the cheapest ticket available for around $100. Dodgers game 5 ticket prices are down 30% since the start of the series, and it could be a cheap series-clinching game for fans.
The below infographic (which excludes potential GM7 Prices for Yankees) shows that Nats fans are the most the most excited about advancing to the League Championship Series, the franchises first since relocating to DC in 2005.
How Much Are 2019 MLB Wild Card Game Tickets
The two 2019 Wild Card game match ups are set. In the American League the Tampa Bay Rays will travel out west to take on the Oakland Athletics, and in the National League the Milwaukee Brewers head to Washing to face the Washington Nationals. Prices and ticket links for each game are below:
|League||Match Up||Avg Price||Get-In Price||Low Price Guarantee|
|AL||Rays @ A's||$382||$99||Find Tickets 🎟️|
|NL||Brewers @ Nationals||$119||$80||Find Tickets 🎟️|
How Much Are 2019 MLB League Divisional Series LDS Playoff Tickets
After two straight years in the World Series, Dodgers prices are the lowest on the secondary market, and the team is even offering some incentive for fans to come out to the ALDS. The first 40,000 ticketed fans in attendance will receive a Cody Bellinger Postseason Bobblehead.
|Team||Avg Price||Low Price Guarantee|
|Yankees||$411||Find Tickets 🎟️|
|Cardinals||$235||Find Tickets 🎟️|
|Astros||$213||Find Tickets 🎟️|
|Twins||$183||Find Tickets 🎟️|
|Dodgers||$169||Find Tickets 🎟️|
|Braves||$150||Find Tickets 🎟️|
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