Tigers mania has reached a fever pitch in Metro Detroit as the Detroit Tigers and San Francisco Giants do battle in the World Series.
Fans eager to be a part of the live action, however, might have to dip deep into their savings when buying tickets.
- Game 3, Saturday: $728.78 (down 50.7 percent)
- Game 4, Sunday: $725.88 (down 30 percent)
- Game 5, Monday: $763.34 (down 106 percent)
On ticket reseller StubHub.com, the cheapest tickets during the homestand are $375 for a single standing-room-only spot for Game 3 or Game 5. Those looking to be able to sit down during the game, however, will have to pay upwards of $400 for bleacher seats, or $500 for reserved seats.
On Craigslist, ticket prices appear to follow suit, with reserved seats hovering around $500 and standing-room tickets selling for about $300.
Expect prices to increase if the Tigers get off to a good start in the series, or to fall if the team struggles out of the gate, the Detroit News advises. The Tigers already are off to a rocky start, dropping Game 1 Wednesday to the Giants, 8-3.
Tigers fans also should be on the lookout for counterfeit tickets.
The Better Business Bureau of Detroit & Eastern Michigan warns Tigers fans in a recent blog on Patch to be cautious when buying secondhand tickets.
The group urges fans to "ask lots of questions and be wary of an offer that sounds too good to be true or that requires wiring money."
When money is wired, it can be nearly impossible to get it back in the event of fraud, the group said.
Whether you're looking to buy or sell World Series tickets, be mindful of Michigan laws.
Buyers based out of state, however, can circumvent Michigan ticket-scalping laws, and some already are advertising $10,000 World Series tickets.