MLB Playoff Tickets
MLB Playoff Ticket Information
As the best from the American League and National League battle it out for postseason glory, be sure to browse the Vivid Seats marketplace for a vast assortment of 2015 MLB Playoff tickets on sale throughout the journey to the Fall Classic. From the sudden death Wild Card showdowns, best-of-five NLDS and ALDS, and seven-game NLCS and ALCS, Vivid Seats is pleased to provide fans with a multitude of options from the MLB playoff schedule as the pennant races begin to heat up across the nation throughout October.
To get started shopping online, click your preferred team from the list above and then on the following page, browse through the available listings that are typically displayed according to date. All confirmed purchases are covered by both a 100% Buyer Guarantee as well as WIN-Surance, which provides customers with a full refund for any unplayed postseason games you may have purchased tickets to. Should your squad make a deep run in the postseason, Vivid Seats also is proud to offer World Series tickets for baseball’s always thrilling grand finale.
MLB Playoff News
Royals, Cardinals Lead Charge in MLB Playoffs 2015
Like last year’s postseason, the MLB playoffs 2015 are guaranteed to produce a new World Series winner as the defending champion San Francisco Giants missed the cut this year. While the Pittsburgh Pirates once again secured a wild card slot, this year’s second spot instead went to the Chicago Cubs who have returned to the postseason for the first time since 2008. The NL Central champion St. Louis Cardinals will face the winner of the NL Wild Card game for the second time in three years as they enjoy their fifth straight playoff appearance. The trio of NL Central squads made history this season as for the first time ever, the top three teams with the best record all belonged to the same division. On the other side of the bracket, the division-winning Los Angeles Dodgers and New York Mets will square off in the postseason for the first time since 2006, the last time the Mets qualified for the playoffs.
With a win in the All-Star Game, the American League will enjoy home-field advantage in the World Series. Vying for a spot in the covered Fall Classic will be the Toronto Blue Jays, Texas Rangers, Kansas City Royals, and either Houston Astros or New York Yankees depending on the outcome of the AL Wild Card game. The Royals advanced to the World Series last season for the first time since 1985, while the Yankees are the most recent AL team in this year’s postseason to have won it all. The National League, though, has captured four of the last five World Series titles.