NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Great American Ballpark in Cincinnati will play host to this year's Major League Baseball All-Star festivities, which continued Monday night with the All-Star Workout and Home Run Derby. Baseball's best will take the field over the next two days as the American and National League battle for home-field advantage in the World Series. Fans hoping to attend are in luck, too -- ticket prices are falling quickly on the secondary market.
According to TiqIQ, the average secondary price for 2015 Home Run Derby tickets plummeted to $248.53 yesterday before the event, which marks a 30.5% nosedive from Thursday's $358.40 average -- the day all Derby participants were announced. The cheapest available ticket could be found in Section 528 (down the first base line) for $143. If looking for prime real estate in home run territory, the cheapest section will be in Section 140 in right field, where tickets start at $248.
Tuesday night's All-Star Game will be significantly more expensive than the Home Run Derby, but secondary ticket prices are also continuing to drop. The average price for 2015 MLB All-Star Game tickets is currently $673.79 on the secondary market, down 21.4% from Thursday's average of $857.64. Looking to just get past the gates and into the ballpark? Section 511 down the third base line has the cheapest available tickets for $309. Since 2010, only two other All-Star Games have held a lower average price, 2010 in Anaheim and 2011 in Arizona.
The 2015 All-Star Game will be held at 7:00 p.m. and will be nationally televised on FOX.