Ever wondered what it would be like to see a Red Sox-Yankees playoff game at Yankee Stadium at a relatively reasonable price? Tuesday is your night!
In the wake of the Yankees’ 16-1 loss in Game 3 of the ALDS on Monday night, asking prices on the secondary ticket market for Game 4 plunged early Tuesday, with tickets to be had for under $50 by 1 p.m.
At that point StubHub, which had about 7,000 tickets in its inventory, showed a “get-in” price of $49 for an outfield grandstand seat. (By 1:15 p.m., the lowest price had risen to $61.)
StubHub’s average price was $324. That was in line with data from the secondary market site TickPick, which had an average listing price of $318.80 on Tuesday, a steep drop from $508.77 on Monday.
SeatGeek, another resale market site, had tickets as low as $53 as of early Tuesday afternoon.
The Red Sox can wrap up the series with a victory in Game 4. If the Yankees come back to take two in a row and advance to the ALCS, tickets will get far pricier.