Manuel Garcia from Asheville North Carolina, shows he’s support with the Atlanta United flag in front of the eagle outside of the Mercedes-Benz Stadium on April 28, 2018.
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Here are some of the cheapest MLS Cup tickets for sale online 

For those who think planning is for suckers, we got your back.

Tickets are still available and hometown fans of Atlanta United won’t have to travel far to watch the team  host Western Conference champion Portland Timbers to cap an electrifying season.

Because we’ve already assessed your planning skills: The match will be at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on Saturday at 8 p.m.

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The Five Stripes advanced to the title game, in only its second season, by besting the New York Red Bulls. Saturday should make for a good day of footie: The Timbers won the MLS Cup in 2015 by defeating Columbus, the Oregon team’s first win of the Cup.

There are tons of tickets left if you’re willing to pay, because that’s how the free market works. You could sit on the field for $5,000 a ticket, because that’s also how the free market works.

At 10:30 a.m. Friday, here were some of the cheapest tickets still available:

• StubHub has scores of tickets, including this standing-room-only ticket starting at $158

• VividSeats also has SRO tickets starting at $158 a piece. You can buy a ticket with an actual seat for $163.

• SeatGeek could have you standing there for $153. You can snag a seat starting at $175.

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Business leaders hope the Dec. 8 MLS Cup at Mercedes-Benz Stadium will bring an unexpected financial windfall to downtown Atlanta, with more than 70,000 fans expected to attend.

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