Detroit Tigers World Series Tickets at All Time Low

As expected Detroit Tigers tickets for the World Series have plummeted after two losses in San Francisco. Prices for tomorrow’s Game 3 are down 30% (on average, $197 per ticket) since yesterday. Similarly, Game 4 is down 26% ($175 per ticket) and Game 5 down 22% ($159 per ticket). Unfortunately for Tigers fans, they no longer have the opportunity to watch their team win the World Series at home. If you live in Detroit and plan to attend Game 4 (or a potential Game 5), now is the time the buy. If the Tigers win tomorrow night at home, expect prices for the following games to increase.  And, although World Series Game 5 boasts the highest average price of any game at Comerica Park, it also has the cheapest ticket of any game at $236 (upper reserved). 

World Series Tickets

World Series Tickets Avg. Ticket Price 10/25/12 Avg. Ticket Price 10/26/12 ∆ (10/25-10/26)
World Series Game 3: San Francisco Giants at Detroit Tigers $666.88 $469.98 -29.52%
World Series Game 4: San Francisco Giants at Detroit Tigers $659.32 $484.94 -26.45%
World Sereis Game 5: San Francisco Giants at Detroit Tigers (if nec.) $709.47 $550.43 -22.42%
World Series Game 6: Detroit Tigers at San Francisco Giants (if nec.) $1,210.08 $1,225.66 1.29%
World Series Game 7: Detroit Tigers at San Francisco Giants (if nec.) $1,553.73 $1,595.56 2.69%
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