A spokeswoman for another secondary-ticket marketplace, TickPick, said the average purchase price paid for tickets on that site was $1,286 for Friday’s game and $1,288 for Saturday’s.
The TickPick spokeswoman said one buyer purchased seven front-row seats in the 200 level behind home plate at Truist Park for $4,947 each, a total of $34,629.
Prices on the secondary (resale) market fluctuate frequently, sometimes minute to minute.
The Braves offered an “extremely limited” inventory of World Series tickets to the general public in a brief online sale Tuesday. Some fans found the prices higher than expected then because the Braves use a dynamic pricing model that adjusts the prices of single-game tickets based on demand.
The best prices were offered to season-ticket holders, who last month had the option of purchasing tickets to all potential postseason home games, but other fans paid significantly higher prices even when buying directly from the team.