Scoring Cheap Baseball Tickets

Baseball has been back for a while and now the league is getting more competitive as the best teams are staying on the field. Whether you are a Dodgers fan looking to score cheap dodgers tickets or a red sox fan hoping to get to Fenway park after ther big and dominant win against the Yankees, finding cheap tickets isn’t easy but definitely not impossible. Thousands of fans are browsing websites, third party sellers, Craiglist, Ebay, or any local site offering discounted baseball tickets.

It’s not always the case that someone you know is a season ticket holder but if that’s the case then you are in luck. However, that is not the case for most people. Finding cheap MLB tickets requires time, effort, and dedication. You might think that getting tickets way ahead of time is the best way to go about buying baseball tickets but that’s not always the case in this scenario. A lot of baseball fans have reported paying significantly less when buying tickets last minute. This is an option because many season tickets holders are willing to cut down prices on tickets on the day off to make back some of their initial investment. Now you might ask, why would a season holder want to sell their tickets for a slash in price? Unexpected things happen all the time and it’s better to lose only a fraction of your investment than everything. Another way to get discounted baseball tickets is to purchase when the game is already on the way. Sellers are often located outside the stadium selling very last minute tickets. This is beneficial for people who like spontaneous activities or live around the area and making a stroll to the stadium isn’t a big hassle.

Some teams offer very special deals that make it extremely cheap to attend a game. For example, the partially obstructed “Uecker Seats” at Miller Park, home of the Milwaukee Brewers, are¬†available for $1. Including SF and the Giants have a free viewing area for about 75 fans at a time from their outfield fence. Keep your eyes peeled for any cheap viewing opportunities that your team might offer.