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NLDS Tickets

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NLDS Ticket Information

A permanent fixture in the MLB playoffs landscape since 1995, the unpredictability factor is always high when it comes to the best-of-five National League Division Series.  Over the years, the NLDS has featured teams like the Colorado Rockies and Arizona Diamondbacks shortly after their respective entrances into the league, while long-established franchises such as the Atlanta Braves, St. Louis Cardinals, San Francisco Giants, and Los Angeles Dodgers have gone on to become perennial playoff contenders. Don’t miss a moment this postseason, reserve your NLDS tickets early from Vivid Seats and be there to cheer on your team from a prime spot in the stands.

You can shop with the assistance of in-house customer service agents available seven days a week through the interactive Live Chat feature or by calling 866.848.8499. To proceed online, simply review the NLDS schedule on this page, find your preferred matchup, and click the associated “Tickets” link to reveal full listings for the contest. The venue seating chart on the following page will reflect the expected configuration for the given host stadium, and you’ll also be able to sort through available NLDS tickets according to price, quantity, section, and row. Once you make a decision, hit “Buy” to advance to checkout. Use a valid email address to sign in or create an account and make sure to review all details of the order prior to submitting it for seller approval. Once confirmed, your NLDS tickets are backed by the Vivid Seats 100% Buyer Guarantee.

The 2023 NLDS featured the Atlanta Braves vs. the Philadelphia Phillies and the Los Angeles Dodgers vs. the Arizona Diamondbacks.

The winners of the NLDS advance to clash in the NLCS, with a spot in the World Series on the line.