Where to Buy St. Louis Cardinals NLCS Playoff Tickets
The Cardinals advanced to the NLCS with a dramatic series win against the Braves to advance to their 5th league divisional series this decade. On the secondary ticket market, it's the most expensive LCS in St. Louis since 2010, with the average price of tickets on the secondary market going for $374. There are also a handful of unsold face value tickets still available directly from the Cardinals.
On the secondary market, TicketIQ has Low Price Guarantees on all sold out Cardinals postseason tickets and on all sold out MLB playoff tickets and World Series tickets. That means that if you find a secondary market ticket for less on a site like StubHub or Vivid Seats, we’ll give you 200% of the difference in ticket credit. TicketIQ customers save an average of 5%-20% compared to StubHub and Vivid Seats.
How Much Are St. Louis Cardinals Playoff Tickets
On the secondary market, the Cardinals have an average price of $332 for the NLCS, which is the highest in the National League. The average price for game 1 of the NLCS is $245, while game 2 jumps to $332 per ticket. Game 6 is the most expensive game in St. Louis and is averaging $484 and game 7 is averaging $427.
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|NLCS (Cardinals vs Nationals)||Avg Price||Get-In Price|
|Game 1 @ STL||👉 $245||$54|
|Game 2 @ STL||👉 $332||$59|
|Game 3 @ WAS||👉 $442||$185|
|Game 4 @ WAS||👉 $427||$210|
|Game 5 @ WAS||👉 $667||$219|
|Game 6 @ STL||👉 $484||$115|
|Game 7 @ STL||👉 $427||$116|
Below is a look at Cardinals NLCS ticket prices this decade:
What Are Dates For Cardinals Playoffs at Busch Stadium
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