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Offline Coladar

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Re: Playoff Ticket Secondary Market Watch
« Reply #250: October 04, 2012, 07:17:24 PM »
Updating StubHub availability from yesterday, now that we know we aren't going to the wild-card play-in (lined-through price/availability on left is from my post of yesterday; price at right is from right now)

NLDS
Game 1 - 3,065 left starting at $85 3,177 left starting at $85
Game 2 - 5,174 starting at $74.95 5,392 starting at $74.95
Game 3 - 5,434 starting at $70 5,683 starting at $70

NLCS
Game 1 - 2,906 starting at $124.99 2,882 starting at $134
Game 2 - 2,709 starting at $124.99 2,908 starting at $124.99
Game 3 - 2,946 starting at $130 2,893 starting at $130
Game 4 - 2,684 starting at $130 2,825 starting at $130

World Series
Game 1 - 2,689 starting at $475 2,629 starting at $475
Game 2 - 2,632 starting at $480 2,588 starting at $480
Game 3 - 2,647 starting at $500 2,615 starting at $495
Game 4 - 2,627 starting at $575 2,597 starting at $399*


*This $399 offer is for a pair of seats in row E of section 405

Jesus. Man, do I love the Nats to the point where passion overcomes reason. I could fund my next three seasons of season tickets if I sold just one WS game... I'd hate to imagine what price someone without a brain, but tons of money in place of one, would pay days before the WS starts for 129 row E, second actual row. Crazy, crazy, crazy prices. And the hype machine, aka local media usually immersed in Snyder's... happy place, this time of year haven't had a chance to whip the locals into a frenzied fury.