World Series Game Tickets

World Series Tickets Information

Purchase World Series tickets and experience the MLB in person and up close. You'll discover a gigantic selection of World Series game tickets available. From the first pitch to the last out, being at a World Series game is unforgettable.

Purchasing World Series tickets here is easy, safe and fast. Either choose the World Series game above by clicking the 'View Tickets' button or call us at 1-866-837-0608. We're committed to getting you into the best ball park seats for your budget.

How to Buy World Series Tickets Here

You can search all the game listings above to find the specific World Series game you want to attend.

Click on the red 'View Tickets' button to see all the available seats for that World Series baseball game, along with an interactive seating chart that will help you locate the best seats for your price.

You'll have to choose how many tickets you want to purchase for the World Series MLB game, and then you'll be brought to our secure checkout.

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Finding the Cheapest World Series Ticket Prices

World Series ticket prices may be above or below face value and can fluctuate. You'll find World Series MLB game tickets here at relatively affordable prices. To find the current pricing, click the red 'View Tickets' button above.

You'll be brought to the seating chart where you can sort from the cheapest to the highest pricing. Discover a wide range of cheap World Series tickets for both home and away games, including discount seats or last-minute and low-priced deals, top-notch premium seating like box and club seats, behind home plate, first, third and bleacher seating too. You can rest easy because all our tickets are 100% guaranteed.

Payment Options for Buying World Series Tickets:
Master Card, Visa, Discover, Diner's Club, American Express and PayPal

World Series Tickets Refund Policy:
All ticket sales are final. Our World Series tickets are unique and can't be replaced, therefore there are no exchanges or refunds. If an event is rescheduled or postponed, your tickets will be honored for the new date. Learn more.

Shipping/Delivery Information for World Series Tickets:
You can choose either standard or express delivery and you can specify special delivery instructions if necessary. Your MLB tickets will be shipped to you using Federal Express. Also, some World Series tickets may be available for immediate download as e-tickets, or electronic tickets, that you can print right from your device.

About The World Series

Since 1903, the World Series has endured two world wars, global pandemics, the Great Depression, an earthquake, and 9/11. What it has not endured is the egos of the men who run Major League Baseball. The World Series was boycotted in 1904 because the owner of the New York Giants felt their opponents, the Boston Americans, were too inferior. The World Series was cancelled in 1994 due to a player’s strike.

The first World Series was won by the Boston Americans (now the Boston Red Sox). They defeated the Pittsburgh Pirates five games to three.

The World Series is the ultimate event of every MLB season. The seven-game series features the champions of the American League playing the champions of the National League. The series format is 2-3-2. Since 2003, home field advantage has gone to the team from the league that won that year’s All-Star Game.

Since 1969, the American and National Leagues have held a playoff to determine their respective league champions. Prior to that year, there were no playoffs and the teams with the best regular season records from each league faced off in the Fall Classic.

Events similar to today’s World Series occurred before 1903 but they are no longer recognized by Major League Baseball. Series from these eras were unorganized and competed in as few as three games and in as many as fifteen. Two of these series ended in a tie.

By far, the New York Yankees have won the most World Series championships. As of 2014, the Yankees have won 27 World Series titles while appearing in 40. Other teams that have won six or more championships include the St. Louis Cardinals, San Francisco Giants, Los Angeles Dodgers, Oakland Athletics, and Boston Red Sox.

The Texas Rangers qualified for the World Series for the first time in 2010. That left the Seattle Mariners (American League) and Washington Nationals (National League) as the only two MLB teams that have never competed in the Fall Classic.

The Chicago Cubs currently hold the record for the longest World Series drought and the longest league championship drought. The Cubs haven’t reached the World Series since 1945 and they haven’t won it since 1908. Their tremendously long losing streak has endeared them to baseball fans all over the nation.

Frequently Asked Questions About World Series Tickets

  • How Much Do World Series Tickets Cost?

    ClickitTicket offers World Series ticket prices that are economical and right for you. Our cost-effective system allows us to maintain low-cost options for anyone's budget. World Series ticket prices may be above or below face value and can fluctuate. Click the red 'View Tickets' button above next to the World Series game you want to attend to view the ticket price range.

  • Are 2020 World Series Season Tickets For Sale?

    If there are World Series season tickets available, they will be listed above, usually at the very top of the tickets list. You may also find World Series parking passes for sale above too.

  • When Do 2020 World Series Playoff Tickets Go On Sale?

    If the World Series make the playoffs, tickets will usually go on sale in September or October. Check back later as our regular season and post-season tickets inventory gets updated on a near constant basis.

  • Need Help Ordering World Series Game Tickets?

    Our world-class customer service department is available 7 days a week at 1-866-837-0608. A tickets representative can help you choose the best seats for your ticket price range to go to the World Series game of your choice.

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