Detroit Tigers fans are already buying up World Series tickets now that the team has taken a 3-0 lead over New York in the NLCS knowing that full refunds are available at PreferredSeat.com if the games are not played. Ticket prices for the World Series home games at Comerica Park in Detroit are currently running just under $400 per ticket on the secondary market and that could change depending on who their opponent may be.
The New York Yankees never sold out their playoff games against the Tigers but it’s a different story in Detroit where the cheapest tickets for today’s game are running $169 and up. If the Tigers win tonight then they may get a lot of rest waiting for the Cardinals vs. Giants series to finish up but that just gives fans a little more time to shop for tickets.
Fans can find World Series tickets without hidden fees on sale now at PreferredSeat.com. The same season ticket holders that sell on sites such as Stubhub and Ticketsnow also sell their tickets through Preferred Seating where they don’t have the extra 10% service fee that drives up the ticket price by hundreds of dollars in some cases. You can also call and get exact seat numbers and a firm delivery date which the others don’t often provide.