Tickets for the Toronto Blue Jays’ post-season are now available to season ticket holders at a significant mark-up over regular season prices. Fans with season seats will be able to purchase strips of tickets to all home games of the entire post season if the Jays make it there as per Major League Baseball policy. A ticket to all of the Jays’ playoff games in the 500 level, outfield will run $1,190. The most prized seats, at field level pointing towards home base, first base and third base, are going for $9,875 each. For comparison, a single game ticket in the 100 level to the Jays’ regular season game against Cleveland on September 2 is selling for $64. The club says it will refund tickets sold for all games the Jays fail to play, and it will also allow fans to apply the refund to their 2016 season ticket purchase.
Is the high cost of the tickets worth it? Should the Toronto Blue Jays give long suffering fans a break?