This season marks the 22nd edition of the latest iteration of New York City’s Subway Series, which will feature two games in June at Yankee Stadium and two in July at Citi Field. Demand on the secondary market is high, according to secondary ticket marketplace TicketIQ.com, with fans driving prices to 40% above the season average at Yankees Stadium and 182% above the average at Citi Field.
Since Major League Baseball introduced Interleague Play in 1997, the teams have met 118 times and the Yankees hold a 69-49 all-time series advantage.
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|Date||Secondary Market Tickets||Primary Market Tickets|
|6/10 @ NYY||🎟️ From $38 👈||🎟️ From $30 👈|
|6/11 @ NYY||🎟️ From $38 👈||🎟️ From $30 👈|
|7/2 @ NYM||🎟️ From $65 👈||🎟️ From $52 👈|
|7/2 @ NYM||🎟️ From $71 👈||🎟️ From $85 👈|
This season, the average asking price for a ticket to see the Yankees at home is $133, but Subway Series tickets are trending at $185 for the June 10 game, and $187 for the June 11 game. The get-in price for both games is $38.
At Citi Field, the season average is $52, as compared to $148 for the Mets-Yankees game on July 2 and $145 on July 3. The cheapest ticket on July 2 is $65, and the cheapest ticket on July 3 is $71.
All four games are weekday night games. Tickets are available for all games on both the primary and secondary markets. The cheapest seats via Ticketmaster on the primary market for the June 10 and 11 games at Yankee Stadium are $30 for seats in the 400 sections. Similar tickets start at $38 on the secondary market.
For the games at Citi Field, tickets are also available on both the primary market through Ticketmaster, and the secondary market. For those games the primary market get-in price is $52 for the first game and $85. In Section 121, on the field box level along the third baseline, primary market tickets start at $257 for Metropolitan Bronze Level seats (rows 13-23), while similar seats on the secondary market start at $260. But according to TicketIQ, seats in the fourth row are still available for $802.
Prior to 1997, the term “Subway Series” was reserved for playoff or World Series match-ups between New York’s American and National league teams, including matchups between the Yankees and Mets as well as between the Yankees and then-New York Giants and Brooklyn Dodgers.
Since 1997, the term has applied to interleague games between the Yankees and Mets, as well as the 2000 World Series, which the Yankees won. The Mets won the last meeting, 8-5, at Yankee Stadium on August 13, 2018. The teams played six times in 2018, and split the series, 3-3.