The Los Angeles Dodgers and Tampa Bay Rays World Series matchup begins Tuesday. And if you have not bought your tickets already, prepare to feel the wallet burn.
CNBC has reported that the resale prices for the Series tickets have spiked in between $1,600 and $17,000.
As per StubHub, the lowest priced tickets for today's game is currently selling for $270.
Fans are pretty much excited to witness the first ever World Series being played at a neutral venue due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The Series is being hosted at Texas Rangers’ new stadium, Globe Life Field, in Arlington, Texas.
Major League Baseball said that about 11,500 tickets are sold for each game, maintaining social distancing rules. However, the stadium can accommodate 40,518 spectators.
Wondering who will win the series? Check out Sports Illustrated's piece, Dodgers or Rays? MLB Experts Make World Series Prediction.
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