Chicago beyond any doubt is set up to benefit from the World Series returning into town. Since the Cubs haven’t hosted a World Series game at Wrigley Field since 1945, it’s no big surprise that ticket costs for Game 3 against the Indians this evening have taken off to astronomical numbers.
Wrigley Field box seats on ticket-offering sites, for example, StubHub were $50,000 US and up, with one vender approaching $100,000 for a seat and another request just shy of $1 million. Be that as it may, there are heaps of box seat tickets in the $5,000 to $10,000 range.
Tickets to simply get into the recreation center and remain behind those with genuine seats were going for more than $2,200 each. List costs for World Series tickets at Wrigley run from $85 to $565, according to Major League Baseball figures.
The Wrigley games will almost certainly shatter the record for World Series sales. The previous record was $1,589 for Game 1 between the St. Louis Cardinals and Boston Red Sox in 2004. When the White Sox won the title in 2005, the median sales price was $1,199 for Game 1, which also marked the city’s first World Series in 46 years.
The Wrigley games will more likely than not smash the record for World Series sales. The past record was $1,589 for Game 1 between the St. Louis Cardinals and Boston Red Sox in 2004. At the point when the White Sox won the title in 2005, the middle sales cost was $1,199 for Game 1, which additionally manifested the city’s first World Series in 46 years.