(CBS) Ticket prices to the Cubs’ home games in the National League Championship Series will, not surprisingly, cost more than at any other venue across the rest of the baseball playoff landscape.
The median ticket price for the first two Cubs-Dodgers games at Wrigley Field, on Saturday and Sunday, is $394, according to research from Vivid Seats. The next-highest mark for a median ticket price is $235 for the Blue Jays, open the postseason on the road against the Indians before host Game 3 and Game 4 of the ALCS back at the Rogers Centre.
The “get-in price” for Game 1 of Cubs-Dodgers on Saturday is $154, while it’s $165 for Game 2 on Sunday, according to Vivid Seats. On Stubhub.com, the cheapest ticket for Game 1 — a standing room-only spot — was checking in at $168 as of Friday morning. A dugout box seat behind home plate had been listed at $10,000. While that figure wasn’t the normal, many great seats were being listed in the $2,000-$3,000 range on Stubhub.
Tickets are significantly cheaper for Game 3 and Game 4 at Dodger Stadium, with the median price checking in at $195, per Vivid Seats. The get-in price for Game 3 is $89, while it’s $85 for Game 4.