World Series Tickets
World Series Ticket Information
You can order World Series tickets through Vivid Seats and watch your team grace baseball's grandest stage! The oldest championship series in professional sports, the World Series is entrenched in history and prestige. Baseball fans in all 30 MLB cities enter the spring with fantasies of witnessing their ball club win it all in October...yet, only two fan bases will have a chance to buy World Series baseball tickets each year.
When it comes to a sporting event of this magnitude, it only makes sense to book your tickets for the World Series through a ticket marketplace with a proven track record of treating customers in a fair and honest manner. Vivid Seats has the World Series tickets you've been waiting to buy. From spring training to the final game, customers visit Vivid Seats daily to shop for the best tickets in baseball - including MLB playoff tickets. Choose your team from the list above and view seats for all postseason games.
Please call us at 1.866.848.8499 for additional information and seating options. We're always available to help you find the perfect seats for this year's World Series.
- Important Note for Early Purchases - If you buy tickets and your team doesn't end up making it to the World Series, Vivid Seats will refund your money in full. Pay close attention to the World Series schedule and book your seats early for your team's championship run.
- Premium World Series Seating - Be sure to explore all of Vivid Seats' premium seating options while you shop for World Series tickets today. From exclusive private suites to highly sought-after spots behind the dugout, Vivid Seats excels in offering MLB fans the best seats in the ballpark for every game of the World Series.
World Series News
2013 World Series Picture Beginning to Take Shape
Just four teams remain in the hunt for a spot in the 2013 World Series, all of which were division champs and winners of 90-plus games during the regular season. Since the American League prevailed in July’s MLB All-Star Game, either the Boston Red Sox or Detroit Tigers will own home-field advantage depending on which club advances, and will face either the St. Louis Cardinals or Los Angeles Dodgers in the Fall Classic, tentatively scheduled to run from Oct. 23-31.
Of the four remaining teams, St. Louis is the most recent winner of a World Series, taking the crown in 2011, and also was victorious in 2006 over Detroit, but fell in 2004 to Boston. The Tigers, which reached the Fall Classic last year, have not claimed a World Series title since 1984, while Los Angeles has not won since 1988. Meanwhile, the Red Sox have enjoyed similar success as the Cardinals, having also triumphed twice since 2000, in 2007 and 2004.