Oct 13, 2013; Boston, MA, USA; Boston Red Sox catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia (in pile) is congratulated by teammates after a walk-off single against the Detroit Tigers in game two of the American League Championship Series baseball game at Fenway Park. Mandatory Credit: Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports

Red Sox World Series Ticket Price Preview

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The Boston Red Sox are in the World Series for the third time in the past 10 seasons. The Red Sox will be facing the St. Louis Cardinals. Boston Red Sox tickets for games at Fenway have dropped 10.96% since the playoffs began and 10.92% this week. The average ticket for all four games on the secondary market is $1,528.89. Pricing for individual games are as follows:
  • Game 1, Oct 23 @ Boston: Avg Price: $701.60 | Get-in price: $259
  • Game 2, Oct 24 @ Boston: Avg Price: $1,033.86 | Get-in Price: $336
  • Game 3, Oct 26 @ St Louis: Avg Price: $875.22 | Get-in Price: $333
  • Game 4, Oct 27 @ St Louis: Avg Price: $832.13 | Get-in Price: $320
  • Game 5*, Oct 28 @ St Louis: Avg Price: $881.58 | Get-in Price: $253
  • Game 6*, Oct 30 @ Boston: Avg Price: $1,588.90 | Get-in Price: $484
  • Game 7*, Oct 31 @ Boston: Avg Price: $1,812.01 | Get-in Price: $585

Like the Red Sox, St. Louis Cardinals tickets are also trending downward. As of Wednesday afternoon, prices were down 18.12% in the last seven days and 8.77% since the playoff began for Cards tickets.

The only individual game that currently isn’t on the downswing in its ticket prices is game 7 in Boston, which is up 2%.  The increase in Game 7 ticket prices shows fans could be expecting a close series. World Series tickets in Boston are 1419.77% above the average regular season ticket. The Red Sox have not lost a World Series game in their past two trips to the Fall Classic, something they hope can happen again in this series.

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