Where To Buy Atlanta Braves Playoff Tickets
Primary market tickets for the Atlanta Braves 2019 playoff run went on sale via the team website and partner Ticketmaster at 10 a.m. EDT on Friday, September 20. The majority of face value tickets are sold out, which means that the secondary market is the best option. For game 2, there are only 8 unsold tickets available via Ticketmaster on the morning of game 1. For a team that has had troubles selling out some games in the past, the near sold-out status is a sign that Braves fans are excited about the 2019 team. For Game 5, there are a handful of unsold face value tickets available.
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How Much Are Atlanta Braves Playoff Tickets
There are a handful of tickets still available for game 5 with prices starting at $125 with the most expensive ticket going for $250. The most expensive seats remaining on Ticketmaster are in Section 37, Row 7 for $225 per ticket.
On the secondary market, the current average asking price for an Atlanta Braves playoff ticket is $123, making it one of the best deals in MLB, as it's currently the cheapest on the secondary market of all Division Series teams. The first game at SunTrust Park has a current average asking price of $127, and game 2 has an average price of $108.
Of the three potential games at Atlanta, game 5 of the series, is the priciest, with the cheapest ticket starting at $88, up from $50 at the beginning of the series.
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🎟️ Cheapest NLDS Game 1 Tickets @ SunTrust Park: $50
🎟️ Cheapest NLDS Game 2 Tickets @ SunTrust Park: $50
What Are Dates For Braves Playoffs at SunTrust Park
Major League Baseball has announced the schedule for the 2019 Postseason, which is set to open with the National League Wild Card Game on TBS on Tuesday, Oct. 1. The division series begins on October 3rd, while the LCS begins on October 11th, with Game 1 of the World Series starting on October 22nd. The Braves would open with Game 1 of the NLDS on October 3, followed by Game 2 on October 4. Should the if-needed Game 5 take place, it would be set for October 9 at SunTrust Field.
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