World Series Tickets
World Series Tickets, Schedules, and More
There’s nothing like the World Series: the chill in the air, the nerves, the excitement crackling through the crowd as a 162 game season comes down to one last winner-take-all matchup. It’s a once-in-a-lifetime experience to see the best of the best battle it out on baseball’s biggest stage, and it’s your chance to see Major League Baseball history in the making. Since its advent in 1903, the MLB World Series has provided fans with both incredible stories and “you had to be there” moments, and now, it’s your turn to experience the magic. When you buy tickets to the World Series on StubHub, you’re not just getting seats to the game — you’re getting the memory of a lifetime.
World Series FAQs:
Who Won the Last World Series?
The Los Angeles Dodgers defeated the Tampa Bay Rays to win the 2020 World Series after playing a shortened, sixty-game regular season (due to the COVID-19 pandemic). The win marks the seventh World Series win for the Dodgers and their first since 1988.
When is the 2021 World Series?
The 2021 MLB World Series is scheduled to begin on October 26 with a potential game seven scheduled for November 3.
How Many Games Are Played During the World Series?
The World Series can stretch to seven games at max, though whichever team wins four games first will ultimately take home the coveted Commissioner’s Trophy.
Who Gets Home-Field Advantage During the World Series?
As of 2017, home-field advantage is granted to whichever team has the better regular season win-loss record. Sounds pretty obvious, but this is actually the third rule change. From 2003 to 2016, home-field advantage was awarded to the league that won that year’s All-Star Game, and before that, the advantage simply alternated from year to year between the American League and National League teams. The only notable exception to the 2017 rule came in 2020, when the COVID-19 pandemic required a neutral-site ballpark (Globe Life Field in Arlington, TX) to host all games in order to minimize the spread of the virus.
Which Team Has Claimed the Most World Series Titles?
The New York Yankees have secured a whopping twenty-seven World Series titles, making them the most successful organization in sports history. They’re followed by the St. Louis Cardinals with eleven World Series titles, the Oakland A’s and Boston Red Sox with nine apiece, and the San Francisco Giants with eight.
How Much Do World Series Tickets Cost?
Ticket prices will vary depending on what game you attend, which teams are playing, and the location of the game, but on average, you’ll pay somewhere in the ballpark (see what we did there?) of $1,000 for a World Series ticket.
When Do World Series Tickets Go on Sale?
World Series tickets will go on sale in October. To ensure you get the best deal, be sure to set a price alert on StubHub now!
When Does the World Series Take Place?
The World Series usually takes place in late October, though the actual dates will vary year to year.
Where Can I Purchase World Series Tickets?
You can buy World Series tickets right here on StubHub! You can set a price alert to find tickets in your budget, check out the view from each seat in the ballpark before you buy, and score the best tickets the moment they’re available.
How Do I Sell My World Series Tickets?
Can’t make the game? We’ve got you covered. Just click right here, upload your tickets to StubHub, select a price with the help of our Pricing Assistant™, then kick back and relax as buyers come to you. It’s quick, easy, secure, and you’ll receive payment directly from StubHub.
What Happens If My Event is Canceled?
If an event is canceled, we’ll give you a StubHub credit for 120% of the amount you paid. You can use it for any live event on our site in the same currency.
Prefer a cash refund instead? No problem. Simply go to your StubHub Wallet and click the ‘Request cash refund’ button on the appropriate credit. We’ll process the refund to your original payment method within 30 days.
What Happens If My Event is Rescheduled?
If an event is rescheduled or postponed, your ticket will be good for the new date. If you can no longer attend the event, you can relist your tickets and we'll waive the sell fee.