The Texas Rangers are going to the World Series after taking out the New York Yankees in game 6 of the American League Championship Series with a score of 6-1. The Rangers now wait for the winner of the San Francisco Giants and Philadelphia Phillies games this weekend for their opponent in the 2010 World Series.
Texas Rangers World Series tickets are on sale now for all three games at Ranger Ballpark next Saturday October 30th, Sunday October 31st and Monday November 1st at Preferred Seating Tickets. At PreferredSeat.com there are no hidden fees or service charges that can add hundreds to the price of World Series tickets and your tickets are guaranteed. And we’ve been selling World Series tickets since 1987 with a A+ Better Business Bureau rating.
World Series are running just over $400 per ticket and up for the World Series games at Rangers Ballpark which is on par with the other Champion Series teams projected World Series ticket prices. Good seats for the Texas Rangers World Series games will set you back over $1100 per seat but it’s the cheapest tickets that usually sell the quickest.
Now may be the best time to buy tickets for the Texas Rangers World Series games before the San Francisco Giants vs. Philadelphia series is determined. Either one will make a great opponent for the Texas Rangers in the 2010 World Series. The sale of tickets will pick up the minute the National League pennant is decided and ticket brokers will be inundated with World Series ticket orders.
If you had purchased your tickets for the World Series before the Rangers won last night you could have saved at least a $100 per ticket and the selection of cheap seats was better also. It’s a matter of supply and demand and as the game gets closer the supply will go probably go down and the prices up.