Phillies 5 Most Expensive Games On The Secondary Market

With Spring Training games officially underway, our partners at TiqIQ took a look into the Phillies 5 most expensive games on the secondary market this season. Here’s what they’ve found:

  1. 4/7/14 vs Milwaukee Brewers

    Average ticket price: $119, Get-in price: $24

    As is the case with a large amount of teams, Opening Day is the priciest ticket of the season. However, with the cheapest seat costing $24, if you just want to get in the door you won’t experience as big a hit on your wallet in comparison to previous years. Ticket prices are on a 3% downward trend in the past week. The 3:05pm first pitch is considered a contributing factor to the dipping prices.

  2. 9/28/14 vs Atlanta Braves

    Average ticket price: $116, Get-in price: $22

    Towards the beginning of the season, the season finale can cost just as much as Opening Day. With a whole season of baseball to play, it’s exhasuting to think of all the possible playoff scenarios, retirements, or fan activity that could occur during the year’s finale. This year’s season ender is September 28th vs Atlanta and the second most expensive game on our list. The Phils will be giving back to the fans with Fan Appreciation Day at Citizens Bank Park.

  3. 8/9/14 vs New York Mets

    Average ticket price: $114, Get-in price: $28

    The Phillies will celebrate their annual “Wall Of Fame” night during this Saturday night affair with their rivals. Although the 2014 entrant(s) haven’t been announced yet, Wall Of Fame night is always sport some of the more in demand Phillies Tickets of the season.

  4. 8/10/14 vs New York Mets

    Average ticket price: $112, Get-in price: $23

    Continuing the trend of honoring Phillies greats, the Phils celebrate “Alumni Day” the next day. This game currently averages 24% higher than the Phils home average of $90.

  5. 9/27/14 vs Atlanta Braves

    Average ticket price: $111, Get-in price: $20

    A second game from the final series of the season pops onto our list at Number 5. The September 27th matchup with ATL is fans last chance to catch a regular season Saturday Night game at Citizens Bank Park in the 2014. It features the cheapest “get-in” price of the set.

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