Nats Park’s Highest-Priced Series of 2012 Is … Milwaukee?

Can someone explain why tickets to the Milwaukee series (and the L.A. one, too) cost more than this weekend’s three-game set vs. the Yankees?

Regardless, thanks to TiqIQ, here’s a bunch of ticket info about that Yanks-Nats series. Please do peruse Mr. Irrelevant Tickets for your seats.


Game 1:

2500+ tickets available starting at $53.
40+ tickets available for under $60. Some of these seats are selling for up to 34% below market average.
Infield Gallery upper deck seats behind home plate start at $57 (29% below market average) and there are 45+ available for $65 or less.
Outfield Reserve seats start at $59 (21% below market average) and there are 100+ seats available for under $70.
Infield Box seats start at $82 (43% below market average) and there are 30 available for $100 or less.

Game 2:

3800+ tickets available starting at $50.
100+ ticktes available for $100 or less, all in Outfield Gallery.These seats are selling for up to 27% below market average.
Infield Gallery upper deck seats behind home plate start at $58 (15% below market average) and there are 70+ available for less than $70.
Outfield Reserve seats start at $57 (41% below market average) and there are 100+ seats available for under $75.
Mezzanine seats start at $63 (29% below makret average) and there are 25 available for $80 or less.
Infield Box seats start at $89 (35% below market average) and there are 25+ available for $100 or less.

Game 3:

4000+ tickets available starting at $40.
60+ tickets available for under $50. Some of these seats are selling for up to 47% below market average.
Infield Gallery upper deck seats behind home plate start at $47 (39% below market average) and there are 80+ available for less than $60.
Outfield Reserve seats start at $41 (45% below market average) and there are 70+ seats available for under $60.
Mezzanine seats start at $60 (34% below makret average) and there are 50+ available for less than $80.
Infield Box seats start at $81 (49% below market average) and there are 25+ available for $100 or less.

9 thoughts on “Nats Park’s Highest-Priced Series of 2012 Is … Milwaukee?”

  1. Because it’s the second-to-last series at home in what may shape up to be a playoff-deciding time in the season?

    How was that so difficult?

  2. You guys should scalp your tickets and sell your bootleg shirts on Half St. with the rest of them.

    Also why would you continue to call Bryce Harper a disrespectful name like “Baseball Bieber?” It makes no sense and it’s not even funny.

  3. You’d rather the answer be Milwaukee transplants over nats fans betting excited about late, relevant baseball?

    I don’t know the real reason, but I do know which reason I would rather be true.

  4. Pretty obvious joke. My bad for not recognizing it.

    Was it the part where you couldn’t fathom a series costing more than the Yankees? I realize you came up an Orioles fan, so I guess that would be a hard habit to break… assuming that everyone gives a shit about the Yankees.

    Or was the joke that hoping the nats ( a time with the second best record in the majors) possibly sniffing the playoffs late in the season “speculative?”

    Oh wait, I know. The joke is the fact that you were able to come up with a way to make a post not look like a pitch for a product that benefits you financially.

    Pretty fucking funny jokes all of them.

    Jesus what’s it say about the state of our sports team that I have had to settle for this shit being the best dc based sports blog?

    I’ll go back to searching, thanks.

  5. Shots fired.

    I would expect the Yanks series to cost the most. I also would understand why the Brewers series would be a coveted ticket given playoff implications.

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