Tigers ALCS Tickets Selling Fast

DETROIT, Mich. — If you are thinking about seeing the Detroit Tigers faceoff against the Boston Red Sox on Saturday, tickets are going fast.  As of Friday at 11 a.m., according to the MLB website, only scattered bleacher seats are available at $100 a ticket at Fenway Park.

If you would like a chance at a better seat, Stubhub.com is selling tickets ranging from $132 to $5,500.  Flights from Grand Rapids on Friday to Boston are currently starting at $746 round-trip, returning on Sunday, according to Priceline.com.

According to the MLB website, Pavilion Club and Right Field Box seats are available for Sunday’s game at Fenway, ranging from $170 to $275. Tickets are selling for as much as $5,588.35 on Stubhub.com. If you purchase your flight Friday afternoon, round-trip plane tickets are starting at $677 according to Priceline.com if you leave Saturday and return Monday.

You can avoid the plane ticket by catching the Tigers at home in Detroit Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

Tickets for Tuesday’s game are selling between $50 to $125 according to the MLB website. You can head over to Stubhub and pay as much as $59,705 for box seats.

Tickets for Wednesday’s game at Comerica Park are also selling between $50 to $125 according to the MLB website. Tickets are selling for more than $12,000 on Stubhub.com.

If game five is played on Thursday at Detroit, tickets are also selling between $50 to $125 according to the MLB website. If you head over to Stubhub.com, you will find a ticket selling for over $60,000.

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3 comments

  • Dan

    What a really stupid and terribly written article about ticket prices. $60K for Box Seats? Just because a fan lists a ticket for $100,000 doesn't mean anyone is stupid enough to buy it. I'm selling my car for $1,000,000, you want to put it on the news for me? Tigers ticket prices are really reasonable this year, with seats on Stubhub already UNDER face value. And yet all you can do is write a really uninformed article and say that someone is selling tickets for $60,000. I'll do you a HUGE favor and list a pair of standing room on Stubhub only seats for $500,000, so you can write a great follow-up.