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Ticket & Attendance Watch
Written by Maury Brown   
Friday, 22 October 2010 14:51

2010 MLB World Series

The Phillies fought off elimination last night, and the Yankees will try to do the same tonight against the Rangers (8pm ET on TBS). But, fans are already thinking ahead to the World Series, which will start next week in San Francisco or Philadelphia on Weds. With that, here's what tickets are going for on the ticket resale market based on * FanSnap, a online ticket comparison shopping site, as of yesterday.

Asking price

- Phillies = $1,597

- SF Giants = $1,431

-TX Rangers = $1,081

- Yankees = $847

In terms of how ticket sales are going for the remaining LCS games...

ALCS tickets in Texas

- Game 6 tickets average $223 (lowest price tickets are $83)

- Game 7 tickets average $305 (lowest price tickets are $85)

There are more than 11k tickets currently listed for Game 6 and more than 17K tickets listed for Game 7.

NLCS tickets in Philly

- Game 6 tickets average $437 (lowest price tickets are $168)

- Game 7 tickets average $514 (lowest price tickets are $178)

There are more than 6k tickets currently listed for Game 6 and more than 5k tickets listed for Game 7.

* Fans use FanSnap to shop 50+  secondary market ticket sites for the best deals on sports, theater and concert tickets. Of those 50+, 17 are listing tickets for the ALCS in Texas.


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