UPDATE: The Rangers have released corrected numbers for two classes of seats. See below. We also suggest reading Demystifying Who Sets World Series Ticket Prices
When you havenâ€™t won a postseason series ever, then tapping into your now rabid fan base ahead of everyone else has to be understandable.
For the Texas Rangers, that means announcing ticket prices and availability for possible World Series games.
Individual game tickets for possible 2010 World Series games at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington will go on sale at 9:00 a.m. CT, Sunday, October 17. Anyone thinking of going scalper crazy, think again. Individuals may purchase a maximum of eight tickets per World Series game. Ticket prices for possible World Series games at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington:
- Lower Infield; Lexus Club Infield; Lexus Club Box - $250.00
- Lower Box; Corner Box; Lexus Terrace Box - $190.00 (incorrect number was $150)
- Lower Reserved - $150.00 (incorrect number was $125)
- Upper Home Run Porch; Upper Box; Upper Reserved; Bleachers; Grandstand Reserved - $Â 75.00
- Standing Room - $ 50.00
And, youâ€™ll need a bit more than this. There will be an additional service fee charged for tickets purchased online or over the phone.
There is a possibility of up to three World Series games that could be played at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington. The 2010 World Series is scheduled from October 27-November 4. The three games in Arlington would be Game 3 on Saturday, October 30; Game 4 on Sunday, October 31; and Game 5 (if necessary) on Monday, November 1.
The Rangers add that World Series tickets will not be on sale at the Rangers Dallas and Fort Worth ticket offices. They are also touting that they have Luxury Suite rentals remaining for possible 2010 World Series games.
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