Dodgers News: Sky Rocket tickets as Dodger fans hunt Petco Park tickets amid ‘LA Ban’ – Inside the Dodgers
Living in Los Angeles comes with its expectations. One of these ways is that you live in the city of the Dodgers and you will find Dodgers fans spread all over the state.
Unlike other Los Angeles sports teams, Dodgers fans remain loyal to their hometown as compared to the Rams, Chargers, or Clippers who continually attract fans from all over and gain an edge on the field. The Lakers are the next closest loyal group to Los Angeles.
Any MLB playing nearby will get a flurry of Dodgers fans and during a time like the playoffs you want to make sure there are more home team fans in attendance. Among the ways the Padres are trying to keep fans away from LA is an “LA ban” that will only allow people from certain residences to purchase tickets.
That should help limit non-Padres fans to the game, but it sure won’t stop the wave of Dodger Blue. They always find a way.
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Although they are showing up, it might be a bit more difficult now as they will have to go through secondary websites to get tickets (via The OC Register).
According to online ticket retailer Vivid Seats, tickets for Game 3 in San Diego cost an average of $308 per seat, making them the second most expensive ticket for any game at any stadium in the world. during the series of divisions.
If the Dodgers win Game 2, Game 3 turns into an ultimate showpiece as the Padres’ season can officially end against their NL West rivals.