PALO ALTO, CA–(Marketwire – October 19, 2010) – FanSnap®, the leading online ticket comparison shopping site, today announced the availability of Giants NLCS tickets in San Francisco where the Giants face the Philadelphia Phillies for the right to represent the National League in the MLB World Series.
Giants tickets for the NLCS average $323 for the three home games with thousands of tickets still available. As the NLCS moves from Philadelphia to San Francisco, Game 4 and 5 ticket prices are increasing while Game 3 ticket prices went down dramatically for the October 19th day game.
ALCS tickets (for the games in Texas and New York) currently average $259. In the National League, NLCS tickets (in San Francisco and Philadelphia) average $404. Here’s how average LCS ticket prices stack up right now for remaining games (assuming each series is decided in seven games):
There is tremendous ticket availability and price variability. For example, for the Giants NLCS Game 4 on Oct. 20 in the View Reserve section, there are tickets listed for $188 and $375 in the same row. Also for Game 4, there are tickets in the Arcade listed for $201 and $450 in the same row, making it clear that it pays to shop and compare.
Giants home game tickets
– Lowest price = $63
– Field Club tickets start at $317 and average $828
– Lower Box tickets start at $110 and average $408
– Club Infield tickets start at $250 and average $518
– Bleachers tickets start at $65 and average $207
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