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Dodgers Playoff Tickets: What are the Best Options for the Fans?

The postseason is right around the corner, and the Dodgers should be playing a ton of games at home. 

They’ve already secured home-field advantage throughout the NLDS and NLCS, and are on the verge of securing it throughout the World Series, too. 

If/when they clinch the best record in baseball, there could be up to 11 games played in Dodger Stadium over the course of October and November. 

If you want to be in the stands of Chavez Ravine for at least one of those games, here’s everything you need to know:

Postseason tickets aren’t necessarily cheap, especially when it comes to the Dodgers. But there are still some semi-affordable options at the games. 

On, the least expensive ticket for NLDS Game 1, which will be on Tuesday, October 11, is currently $84 in the reserve level. For Game 2 on October 12, there are tickets available for as low as $64. 

If you’re looking to spend less than $100 per ticket, those would be the best games to attend. 

However, if you’re looking to be a little closer to the action, you can settle into the loge level. Prices currently range from $110-$250 per ticket depending on how close you are to home plate. 

But if you want to be closer to the field, the outfield could be your best bet.  

You can sit in the bleachers for anywhere from $120-$150 dollars, as opposed to the upwards of $400 you’d be paying to be on the field level near home plate. 

Finally, for reference on NLCS tickets, the least expensive option is currently just under $200 per ticket. For the World Series, it’s around $1400. 

If you want to support the Boys in Blue in person, but don’t want to break the bank for it, the NLDS is your best bet. 

And if you want to be a little closer to the action, the loge level or outfield bleachers could be the perfect place to settle in for a couple hours of playoff baseball. 

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Noah Camras

Noah is an Editor for Dodgers Nation. He graduated from USC in 2022 with a B.A. in Journalism and minor in Sports Media Studies. He's been a Dodger fan his whole life, and his all-time favorite Dodgers are Matt Kemp and Russell Martin.

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