ATLANTA — Atlanta fans will soon be scrambling to buy tickets to the Braves first World Series in 22 years -- but they’ll set you back a pretty penny.
The Braves will face the Houston Astros starting Oct. 26 in Houston. The first home game at Truist Park is on Oct. 29.
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Single-game tickets will go on sale to the general public on Tuesday, Oct. 26 at 10 a.m. Those tickets will go on sale at www.braves.com/postseason.
A-List Members and Braves Insiders will have early access with a presale that begins on Monday, Oct. 25, the team said in a press release.
Season-ticket holders had an opportunity to buy strips of tickets for all postseason home games earlier this season.
Limited tickets will be available to the general public after the presales.
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No matter which game you want to go to, expect to spend hundreds if not thousands of dollars.
There are a limited number of tickets available now on the secondary market, but they give a sense of how much you may have to fork out..
Tickets to Game 1 in Houston on StubHub start at $460 for standing room only tickets. And then, of course, there is the cost of travel and a hotel room.
Tickets to the first home game, Game 3 (Oct. 29) start at $1,050to stand in the corner of the grandstand.
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Tickets to the Atlanta games on StubHub were going fast by Sunday morning, with only a handful left that cost under $1,000.
Tickets to sit behind the Braves dugout at Game 3 will cost you more than $5,000 and tickets for the Trust Club, considered some of the best seats in the house, were up for $20,000 a piece on StubHub.
Tickets for the World Series home games at Truist Park will go on sale to the general public on Tuesday.
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