Baseball season might be but a month old, but it’s never too early to start planning for MLB All-Star Weekend. Players like Bryce Harper and Giancarlo Stanton have reignited the sense of fervor and exuberance that the game has seemingly lacked in recent memory. Also, the thing about the MLB is that the All-Star Game is more than just a game, it’s an experience. Get the MLB All-Star Game ticket prices starting at just $468! This is your chance to catch the biggest names in the game slug it out in the MLB All-Star Home Run Derby, hang out with fans at the MLB Fanfest, all the while leading up to the Midsummer Classic on Tuesday, July 12th. Buying tickets through us enables you to get tickets to each individual event, or a weekend pass to all three!
|MLB All Star Game Tickets 2016||Date||Venue||City|
|MLB All Star Sunday San Diego Tickets||Sun – 07/10/16||Petco Park||San Diego, CA|
|MLB All Star Home Run Derby San Diego Tickets||Mon – 07/11/16||Petco Park||San Diego, CA|
|MLB All Star Game San Diego Tickets||Tue – 07/12/16||Petco Park||San Diego, CA|
|MLB All Star Sunday Ticket Prices 2016||Date||Avg Price|
|MLB All Star Sunday Ticket Prices||Sun – 07/10/16||$158|
|MLB All Star Home Run Derby Ticket Prices||Mon – 07/11/16||$972|
|MLB All Star Game Ticket Prices||Tue – 07/12/16||$1,644|
What better city to host the 2016 MLB All-Star Game than sunny San Diego. Feel free to hit the surf in between All-Star Weekend events. The All-Star Home Run Derby provides fans year in and year out with some of the most exciting moments in sports. Want to see the best players in the game duke it out with some downright jaw-dropping feats of athleticism? Then All-Star Weekend in July is where you need to be.
Josh Donaldson looks to be on the fast track to being the leader in All-Star voting for the second year in a row. Last year’s festivities in Cincinnati proved to be another successful installment to the Midsummer Classic archives. Reds player Todd Frazier dominated the All-Star Home Run Derby it what was an instant classic for the hometown crowd and baseball fans everywhere. And who could forget juggernaut Mike Trout going yard on then Dodgers ace Zack Greinke in the first at-bat of the game? It’s moments like these you just can’t script. See them for yourself in San Diego at this year’s MLB All-Star Game.