World Series Game 6 tickets are hard to come by. For that reason, these Game 6 tickets are selling for record-breaking prices. According to a report from ESPN on Tuesday (Oct. 29), the average list price on the resale market for a ticket to Wednesday night's game (Oct. 30) was $1,860 on Tuesday morning. It is very clear that Red Sox nation wants to be in attendance to possibly celebrate at Fenway Park again.
After a clutch win in Game 5 of the series, Boston takes a 3-2 lead home. The team now has two chances to put down the St. Louis Cardinals, with this scenario setting up perfectly for the American League champion. Getting to win yet another title in front of the home crowd would help fans quickly forget how terrible the 2012 season was for them.
As for the fans trying to get hold of a World Series Game 6 tickets, the prices are only expected to climb as it gets closer to game time. The problem is that Fenway Park is one of the smallest stadiums in Major League Baseball, which in itself limits the number of fans that can be in attendance. That's why it's almost understandable that a fan that wanted two of the best seats in the stadium was willing to pay $24,000 on StubHub for a pair of tickets. Those seats are reportedly in the first row in a dugout box between home plate and one of the on-deck circles
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