Philadelphia Phillies lead MLB in ticket demand on the secondary market

(PHILADELPHIA) According to ticketing technology company Logitix, the Philadelphia Phillies are leading Major League Baseball in ticket demand on the secondary market during the AL/NL Championship Series.

Below is the average price per ticket sold across multiple secondary ticketing companies.

1- Philadelphia Phillies $568.94

2- New York Yankees $407.65

3- San Diego Padres $325.29

4- Houston Astros $278.91

The data was also reported on Twitter this morning. The Philadelphia Phillies started the season with the highest demand in the entire league. According to Logitix last spring, the Phillies home opener on April 8 sold the most tickets on the secondary market compared to the other 29 MLB home openers.

Logitix manages millions of tickets for teams across the NFL, NBA, MLB, and NHL, plus NCAA events and live event properties. The company optimizes ticket sales outcomes for all of its partners through proprietary dynamic pricing and distribution. Its unique platform analyzes millions of real-time data points, providing up-to-the-minute insights within the live event marketplace.

Courtesy of Eric Nemeth
Eric PR & Marketing, LLC