MIAMI / PHOENIX — The U.S.-based games for the 2023 World Baseball Classic are experiencing more than twice the ticket demand on the secondary market this year compared to the last time the event took place in 2017. According to ticketing technology company Logitix, tickets to 2023 games at Chase Field in Phoenix have sold for $103.66 per ticket through March 14. Tickets to 2023 games at LoanDepot Park have sold for $137.66 over the same period. Conversely, tickets for all U.S.-based games in 2017 sold for $50.83 on average (Dodgers Stadium, LoanDepot Park, Petco Park).
Logitix evaluated multiple ticket exchanges on the secondary market to compile the data.
The World Baseball Classic is sanctioned by the World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC) as the sport’s official National Team World Championship. The fifth installment of the Classic, which is played from March 8-21, 2023, will take place at Intercontinental Stadium in Taichung, Taiwan; the Tokyo Dome in Japan; Chase Field, the home of the Arizona Diamondbacks, in Phoenix; and loanDepot park, the home of the Miami Marlins, in Florida.
Logitix is a ticketing technology and analytics company that manages millions of tickets for all live events, including NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL, and NCAA games and tournaments, plus concerts and performing arts. Logitix leverages proprietary technology, distribution, and pricing strategies to deliver maximum revenue and value for partners. Its unique platform analyzes millions of real-time data points, providing up-to-the-minute insights within the live event marketplace.
from Eric Nemeth
Eric PR & Marketing, LLC – on behalf of Logitix