MLB World Series Tickets – Detroit Tigers, San Francisco Giants

Everyone wants to know: How much will it cost me to see a World Series Game between the Detroit Tigers and San Francisco Giants? We’ve been helping our readers track World Series tickets prices for the past 10 days on our blog. If you’ve held out on purchasing tickets until you knew who the Tigers would face, read through to find out how much a World Series Game will cost you.   

Procrastination is not always a bad thing. In fact, the average World Series tickets for five of the seven potential games are at their lowest since we began tracking prices ten days ago. Ticket prices for Detroit Home Game 1 (World Series Game 3) have dropped 34% since Oct. 13th ($369 per ticket). Prices for Detroit Home Game 2 (World Series Game 4) are just slightly lower than Detroit Home Game 1 (World Series Game 3), averaging $726 per ticket (the lowest average price of any World Series game). And, although you will pay more on average for Detroit Home Game 3 (World Series Game 5) than you would have paid if you purchased yesterday ($77 more per ticket), you will get in the gate for half of what you would have paid back on October 13th. Ticket prices for World Series Game 5 are still the highest of any Detroit home game, as they were ten days prior.  However, with World Series Game 3, Game 5 holds the cheapest ticket of the series at $331, which will put you in standing room only.  

Don’t worry San Francisco; tickets at AT&T Park are also down. In fact, three of the four potential home games are at their lowest price point; all four games have declined since October 13th. Prices for San Francisco Home Game 1 (World Series Game 1) have essentially been cut in half, now averaging $764 vs. the $1,530 price tag on the thirteenth.  And, although on average you’ll pay more for a ticket to World Series Game 1 than any game at Comerica Park, it is the cheapest amongst the four games at AT&T Park.  The average price for San Francisco Home Game 2 (World Series Game 2) was the lowest ten days ago. Now tickets are averaging second lowest amongst Giants home games at $870 per ticket (down 38% since the 13th of October). 

And, because we all know …

San Francisco Home Game 3 (World Series Game 6) will cost you much more than if you attend World Series Games 1 or 2 at $1,424 a ticket (down 22% since 10/13). If history repeats itself this postseason, Giants fans should pick up a ticket to World Series Game 7. San Francisco is no stranger to coming back after being three games behind in a series during these playoffs. It’s true, tickets are double for San Francisco Home Game 3 (World Series Game 6) than they are for San Francisco Home Game 1 (World Series Game 1); likewise for San Francisco Home Game 4 (World Series Game 7) compared to San Francisco Home Game 2 (World Series Game 2).  But, if things keep going the way they are going for the Giants, you’ll see San Francisco win the World Series, at home, in Game 7. Nothing in life is much better for a die-hard baseball fan. 

World Series Tickets

World Series Tickets Avg. Ticket Price (10-13) Avg. Ticket Price (10-23)
World Series Game 1: Detroit Tigers at San Francisco Giants – HG 1 $1,529.85 $763.70 -50.08%
World Series Game 2: Detroit Tigers at San Francisco Giants – HG 2 $1,408.47 $870.83 -38.17%
World Series Game 3: San Francisco Giants at Detroit Tigers – HG 1 $1,098.33 $728.78 -33.65%
World Series Game 4: San Francisco Giants at Detroit Tigers – HG 2 $942.28 $725.88 -22.97%
World Sereis Game 5: San Francisco Giants at Detroit Tigers – HG 3 (If Nec.) $1,517.36 $736.34 -51.47%
World Series Game 6: Detroit Tigers at San Francisco Giants – HG 3 (If Nec.) $1,826.53 $1,423.52 -22.06%
World Series Game 7: Detroit Tigers at San Francisco Giants – HG 4 (If Nec.) $1,993.54 $1,657.32 -16.87%
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