Baseball fans seeking last-minute tickets to the MLB All-Star Game or Home Run Derby still have plenty of options leading up to the festivities.
But it won’t come cheap. Expect to spend more than $100 for a seat at Coors Field.
Tickets for the game and derby are currently sold out on the Rockies’ official team website. It is possible that a very small number of tickets on hold could be made available closer to the events, per a team spokesman.
No need to panic, though. The secondary market is flush with verified seating options.
On StubHub, there were over 3,500 tickets available as of Friday for the All-Star Game for as low as $112/seat. The Home Run Derby had more than 3,800 tickets left starting at $125.
“Tickets to next Tuesday’s MLB All-Star Game are tracking to be more affordable than in years past,” said Adam Budelli, Head of Partnerships at StubHub. “We encourage baseball fans who want to catch the game to purchase tickets now, as we could see prices start to increase over the weekend as more people reserve their seats. As StubHub is an Official Partner of the MLB, fans can rest assured their tickets are 100% verified and will get them into the game.”
Other verified ticket resellers — such as Vivid Seats, Seat Geek and Ticket City— are also offering similar pricing for tickets. Fans less concerned with cost also have the option to sit right next to the action at Coors Field.
One of the most expensive tickets available for the All-Star game on StubHub, as of Saturday afternoon, was $1,750 to sit behind the visitor’s dugout.
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