Even ALCS Ticket Prices Are Bigger in Texas


PALO ALTO, CA–(Marketwire – October 15, 2010) –  FanSnap®, the leading online ticket comparison shopping site, today announced the availability of Rangers ALCS tickets in Arlington where the Rangers face the New York Yankees for the right to represent the American league in the World Series.

Texas Rangers tickets for the American League Championship Series average $306 for the four home games with thousands of tickets still available. At an average secondary ticket price of $306, ALCS ticket prices in Arlington are $31 higher than the average ALCS ticket price at Yankee Stadium, which average $275.

Average Ticket Prices for Rangers Home Games:

ALCS tickets (for the games in Texas and New York) average $290. In the National League, NLCS tickets (in San Francisco and Philadelphia) average $454. Here’s how average LCS ticket prices stack up:

  • In Philadelphia, tickets average $522
  • In San Francisco, tickets average $386
  • In Texas, tickets average $306
  • In New York, tickets average $275

There is tremendous ticket availability and price variability. For example, for the Rangers NLCS Game 2 on Oct. 16 in Bleachers section 54, there are tickets listed for $98 and $180 in the same row. Also for Game 2, there are tickets in Lower Infield section 18 listed for $288 and $576 in the same row, making it clear that it pays to shop and compare.

Rangers home game tickets

  • Lowest price = $55
  • Premium Infield seats start at $402 and average $633
  • Lower Infield seats start at $214 and average $375
  • Corner Box tickets start at $156 and average $202
  • Bleachers tickets start at $99 and average $142

FanSnap is the leading ticket comparison shopping site with more than 17 million sports, theatre and concert tickets to 75 thousand events.

About FanSnap
FanSnap is the leading online ticket comparison shopping site. Fans use FanSnap to shop 50+ of the most trusted secondary market ticket sites for the best deals on sports, theater and concert tickets. Partners include TicketsNow, TicketNetwork, StubHub, RazorGator, Las Vegas Tickets, Gold Coast Tickets, eBay, Barry’s Tickets, AllShows.com, Tickets-for-Charity and Ace Ticket. Our detailed ticket-level search results are made possible by the combination of strategic industry partnerships and systems integration, as well as our FanSnap TicketData(SM) systems and patent-pending dynamic FanSnap Maps(SM).

In addition to Fansnap.com, FanSnap powers ticket comparison shopping for media partners, including, TimeWarner’s RoadRunner.com, PollStar, Philly.com and STATS Inc, partner sites. Palo Alto, CA-based FanSnap was founded in 2007 and is funded by General Catalyst Partners and Highland Capital Partners.

Click here to see all recent news from this company