World Series tickets go on sale Wednesday
By now, you know the deal: The Tigers and other Major League teams sell tickets for the next playoff round early. With a 2-0 lead in the ALCS and Justin Verlander on the mound tonight trying to give them a 3-0 advantage, though, the timing seems fitting to put World Series tickets on sale.
Tickets for potential Tigers home games in the Fall Classic go on sale Wednesday morning at 10am ET. As with tickets for the other two postseason rounds, they’ll be sold online at tigers.com and by phone at 866-66-TIGER.
Unlike when ALCS tickets went on sale last week, we know what days the Tigers would be at home for the World Series. Since the National League won the All-Star Game, the NL champion has home-field advantage. The American League champion, whether it’s the Tigers or Yankees, will host Games 3-5, scheduled for Saturday-Monday, Oct. 27-29.
Ticket sales will be limited to four tickets to one game, per buyer.