DC Nationals Tickets Averaging Nearly $150; as NDLS Moves to Washington, Fans Lining up to See Nats’s First Playoff Game

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Tickets for the first Washington Nationals game are averaging $144 on Ticket Liquidator, tied for most in the National League. With the NLDS shifting to Washington demand for National tickets on the secondary ticket market is through the roof.

After an incredible season Nationals fans are fired up for what could be a deep run in the playoffs

The National League Division Series is tied at one game each as the Washington Nationals vs St Louis Cardinals Series moves to Washington DC and with an average ticket price of $144 on Ticket Liquidator, it looks like fans are fired up to see the Nats’ first ever home playoff game. In a different format from previous years, the NLDS team with home field advantage play on the road games one and two, and then hosts games three, four and five at their home stadium. After splitting the games in St Louis the Nationals come home to Nationals Park for the remainder of the NLDS with a chance at an NLCS and World Series appearance on the line.

“After an incredible season Nationals fans are fired up for what could be a deep run in the playoffs,” says Andrés Hidalgo, media relations, Ticket Liquidator. “Sales of Nationals tickets have been solid all year but entering the playoffs they’ve become among the hottest playoff ticket in MLB.“

Game Three, Wednesday, October 10 – Average Ticket Price $144*
Game Four, Thursday, October 11 - Average Ticket Price $116*
Game Five, Friday, October 12 - Average Ticket Price $117*

*Because of the nature of the secondary ticket market, average ticket prices may be higher or lower than the average above.

Should the Washington DC Nationals make it past the ALDS, they’ll face the winner of the ALDS series between the San Francisco Giants and the Cincinnati Reds in the National League Championship Series. And good news for National fans, and NL fans in the general, the National League will enjoy home field advantage throughout the World Series as the NL won the 2012 All Star Game.

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