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Cubs World Series Tickets: Some Already Selling For Nearly $20,000

By Kelly Bauer | October 21, 2016 12:32pm
 You'll have to dish out $725 at least to get in to a potential World Series game.
You'll have to dish out $725 at least to get in to a potential World Series game.
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CHICAGO — Everyone wants to be part of history if the Cubs get to the World Series — but it'll come at a cost.

Individual tickets to the Saturday night Cubs-Dodgers game at Wrigley Field cost at least $332, with the priciest ones going for $4,645, according to data from VividSeats. A potential Game 7 for the series would cost fans at least $351, and the median price is $1,008.

Someone has already paid $3,025 per ticket for the Club Box to Saturday's game, VividSeats confirmed.

But those tickets are just to National League Championship Series games.

It's if the Cubs head to the World Series that things get really crazy: Individual tickets are already going for up to $14,500 for Game 1 in Cleveland, and the get-in is $725, according to VividSeats.

A Game 2 in Cleveland is also seeing the most expensive tickets going for $14,500, and the get-in is $751. The median ticket prices for the first two games is $2,225 and $2,030, respectively, according to VividSeats.

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Games 3, 4, and 5 would be hosted at Wrigley Field if the Cubs advance.

Adam Clemence, a spokesman for VividSeats, said he'd expect to see tickets for those games be as expensive or even more expensive than the games in Cleveland — and he thinks prices to the Cleveland games will rise if the Cubs advance because Chicago is just an hour's flight away and Cubs fans travel.

For those who want to celebrate the Cubs in style, you can nab VIP/Club Access tickets to the World Series games in Cleveland. Those are selling for up to $19,350 per ticket as of Friday morning, according to VividSeats. 

If you're planning to get tickets, be warned: The team has told fans they should avoid scalpers and has said people shouldn't post photos of their tickets online.

The Cubs haven't appeared in the World Series since 1945, and they haven't won the series since 1908.

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