NL Wild Card Game Baseball Tickets
Watching playoff baseball in person is an incredible experience and you can be in attendance for one of the most exciting contests in every postseason by purchasing NL Wild Card Game tickets. The winner-take-all affair always makes for a fun game as teams pull out all the stops to advance to the National League Division Series (NLDS).
Major League Baseball started the wild card game in 2012. The St. Louis Cardinals knocked off the hosting Atlanta Braves 6-3 in the first National League game. The matchup included a bit of controversy after the Braves protested an infield fly call that may have prevented them from scoring in the eighth inning.
National League wild card winners have won the World Series twice. The 2014 San Francisco Giants and 2019 Washington Nationals started their playoff journeys with wins in the wild card game. The Giants won easily by picking up an 8-0 decision while the Nationals squeaked by the Milwaukee Brewers with a 4-3 win.
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NL Wild Card Game Ticket Prices
The teams playing, hosting stadium and your seat location will affect NL Wild Card Game. Matchups between two famous teams, like the St. Louis Cardinals or Chicago Cubs, will generally sell out quickly and thus carry higher prices. Rivals playing one another for a spot in the NLDS will also drive up prices. Games at historic stadiums like Wrigley will also usually cost more.
How much are NL Wild Card Game tickets?
The average price for a wild card game ticket is usually around $160. Tickets will usually start around $40 to $50 for bleacher seats or spots in the upper deck. Premium seats and suites will be the most expensive tickets. Playoff baseball tickets are easy to purchase with TicketSmarter’s safe and secure web platform.
NL Wild Card Game Schedule
The National League Wild Card game takes place between the end of the MLB regular season and the National League Division Series. Usually, that means it is in late September or early October. The team with a better record will host the game.
When do NL Wild Card Game tickets go on sale?
Major League Baseball and the home team will start selling NL Wild Card tickets as soon as the home team clinches hosting responsibilities. Sometimes this means that tickets will not go on sale until the final game of the year is completed. TicketSmarter wild have Wild Card tickets available shortly after they are released. Bookmark this page to be one of the first to lock down your spot.
NL Wild Card Game Seating Chart
The National League Wild Card Game is held at the ballpark of the team with a better record. The Pittsburgh Pirates’ PNC Park has hosted the game three times. The Bucs welcomed three different teams to their home in 2013, 2014, and 2015. The 38,747-seat stadium offers beautiful views of the city’s skyline and Allegheny River. It is known as one of the best MLB ballparks thanks to its great views of the field from every seat. Fans typically opt for spots behind the plate or locations down the lines. The upper level of PNC Park gives fans a great angle to watch the game and a beautiful look at the Roberto Clemente Bridge.
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