After the 162 games that each Major League Baseball team plays, only eight are left standing and advance into the MLB Playoffs. In both the American and National League, the three division winners and one Wild Card qualify for the post-season. The first round, or the Divisional Series, is a best of five series, in which the winners advance to their respective League Championship Series. The winner of the best of seven ALCS and NLCS determine the match-up in the World Series.

The MLB Playoffs provide one of the best months of ticket sales on the secondary market. The level of that success is often determined on the match-ups and cities involved in each round. Sale volume and price are substantially increased if teams like the Boston Red Sox, New York Yankees and Chicago Cubs are involved. Story-lines also play a role, as rivalries like Red Sox-Yankees provide a huge boast in sales.

Clinton’s Speaking Tour, NCAA Hoops Top Thursday Onsales
Thursday’s extensive list of new events with tickets on sale is quite diverse and offers something for everyone. At the forefront is NCAA men’s basketball – represented by both Arizona State and Florida. The Sun Devils have a handful of home games on sale to the general public, while... Read more
Twenty One Pilots, MLB Playoffs Headline Tuesday Tickets On Sale
Following Friday’s release of their new album Trench, Twenty One Pilots return to the ticketing market with new dates for their Bandito Tour. The duo are hitting the road this fall but recently announced a second North American tour leg to commence in the spring of 2019, including stops... Read more