The Washington Nationals and Los Angeles Dodgers are set to square off in one of the two National League Division Series matchups in the MLB playoffs. With the series set to start on Friday at Nationals Park, ticket prices remain relatively affordable in comparison to the other playoff series.
According to the good folks at Vivid Seats, the Nationals home games (Games 1 & 2, 5 if necessary) currently have the second-lowest median ticket price at $114 per ticket. Contrast that with their National League counterparts, the Chicago Cubs, whose tickets are the most in-demand with the median price being $350. The lowest median price belongs to the Nationals opponents, the Dodgers, at $102.
The get-in price for Nationals games on Friday and Saturday is even lower according to the ticket provider. For Game 1 on Friday, $58 is enough to get you into the ballpark, while $53 will get you in for Saturday’s game.
If you’d like to see the Nats in postseason play, now would probably be a good time to get your tickets as I can’t imagine that prices will stay this low for very long.