With a limited number of available seats on the secondary market, Miami Marlins tickets have been some of the more expensive in the league, averaging $128 for the season. But the next series on the Marlins schedule has seen a noticeable price drop. Surprisingly, with the Los Angeles Dodgers are heading to Marlins Park for a weekend series, and tickets are averaging $70.66 for a 45 percent drop from the season average.
5/2 – Josh Beckett vs. MIA Tom Koehler | Avg. Price: $52 | Get-in Price: $17
Friday’s game is easily the cheapest of the series. With an average price of $52, prices are 59 percent below the season average. Even the get-in price is the cheapest of the weekend, only costing $17. The game even features a solid pitching match, with both Beckett and Koehler sporting ERAs below 3.
5/3 – Hyun-Jin Ryu vs. MIA Jacob Turner | Avg. Price: $78 | Get-in Price: $25
The price jumps a bit for Saturday night’s game, but at $78 Marlins tickets are still 39 percent below the season average. Jacob Turner will be making his second start of the season for the Marlins. He’s had a sub-4 ERA for the Marlins since being acquired from the Detroit Tigers as part of the package for shipping over Anibal Sanchez and Omar Infante. The get-in price to see Turner pitch is $25.
5/4 – Paul Maholm vs. MIA Jose Fernandez | Avg. Price: $82 | Get-in Price: $25
This is the final time on the Dodgers schedule that they will play in Miami this season and it’s also the most expensive game of the weekend. The Sunday matinee will feature young ace Jose Fernandez taking the mound for the Marlins. Tickets were over $90 to start the week, but have dropped to $82 on average for a drop of 36 percent. The get-in price is the same $25 it costs to get into Marlins Park on Saturday.