If you’re looking for a deal for either one three Texas Rangers World Series games at Texas Stadium this weekend or one of the last two San Francisco Giants World Series games set for Wednesday November 3rd and 4th at AT&T Park, good luck.
Fans responded after the Giants win in the first game of the World Series last night by buying up Giants World Series tickets right after the game. The fewer seats resulted in prices going up by almost $100 per ticket by morning. And the prices never came down.
The winner of today’s game will determine whether the Rangers tickets or the Giants ticket prices go up immediatly after the game. If the San Francisco Giants take the game you can expect a jump in ticket prices for game 6 and 7 of the World Series. And if the Texas Rangers take the game today then the already high Rangers World Series tickets will surely go up as well for games 3, 4 and 5 at Rangers Ballpark.
The cheapest World Series tickets are for game 5 at Rangers Ballpark with the ticket prices currently running around $400 for a standing room only ticket. The most expensive World Series game is in Texas also, with the price of Saturday’s game running over $500 a ticket.
Baseball fans are cautioned to buy World Series tickets from reputable ticket sellers only. Preferred Seating Tickets has been the fans choice for good tickets for the World Series since 1987 and with an A+ Better Busines Bureau rating you can trust you’ll receive your World Series tickets in time for the game. You can save hundreds of dollars per ticket and avoid the hidden fees and service charges of other ticket brokers.