Red Sox Ticket Prices Are 5-Figure Crazy

Fans shelling out for chance to see championship clinched
By Newser Editors and Wire Services
Posted Oct 30, 2013 12:58 PM CDT
Red Sox Ticket Prices Are 5-Figure Crazy
Grounds crew members dismantle the batting cage after the Boston Red Sox's workout at Fenway Park in Bosto Tuesday.   (AP Photo/Elise Amendola)

Boston hasn't clinched a World Series at home in nearly a century, and that's translating into a big payday for those willing to sell tickets to tonight's Game Six. Consider that someone paid $24,000 on StubHub for two front-row tickets near home plate, reports ESPN. But even the cheap seats aren't so cheap, with the average ticket price now north of $2,000 and climbing. One thing that helps is old-fashioned supply and demand, notes the Christian Science Monitor: Fenway holds a relatively small capacity of about 37,000. (Read more World Series stories.)

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