The MLB Playoffs are in full swing, and the St. Louis Cardinals and Washington Nationals are fresh off of upsets over excellent squads in Atlanta and Los Angeles, respectively, to punch their tickets to the NLCS.

In the AL, the Yankees will take on Houston in what amounts to a rematch of their incredible 2017 ALCS series that went seven games. Fans of either team and baseball purists everywhere can only hope that this series will live up to the hype that surrounds it, and we think it will.

Baseball fans can expect tickets for this year’s MLB Playoffs to be in great demand due to the aforementioned teams who are true World Series contenders. Teams that are still contending and giving their fans plenty of hope will keep up huge demand and high prices for tickets to catch these playoff games in person, which prompts the question: how can you get the cheapest MLB Playoffs tickets?

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Where Can I Purchase MLB Playoffs Tickets?

If your favorite team qualifies for the playoffs, the teams will send around playoff presale offers to fans who have partial or season ticket packages for that season, which is the best way to get early access to extremely in-demand MLB playoff tickets.

Once these presales are through, teams will release whatever leftover tickets available to the general public, which will likely be an extremely tough buy from the primary market and will result in high prices on the limited tickets available once they hit the resale market.

To find the absolute cheapest MLB Playoffs tickets now that they are sold out from the box offices, check out tickets for your favorite team below!

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How to Get Sold Out MLB Playoff tickets

If you weren’t able to secure tickets through any presales or general sales for the playoffs, don’t worry, you’re not alone. Tickets can still be purchased from secondary marketplaces, although the prices will not be at face value. With these games being the highest stakes of any that will occur in any given season, market prices are anticipated to be on the higher side, but that doesn’t mean that good deals can’t be had – if you know where to look.

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How To Get Cheap 2019 MLB Playoffs Tickets

With high prices come high service fees with many marketplaces, but not TickPick. Here at TickPick we have no service fees, making us your source for the cheapest MLB Playoff tickets on the secondary market. Given these high face values and resale values of these do-or-die games, prices can get out of hand quickly when you factor in the fees that every other marketplace aside from TickPick charges additional service fees at checkout.

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2019 MLB Playoffs SchedulE

American League Division Series

DATE MATCHUP
Oct. 4 ALDS Game 1
Oct. 5 ALDS Game 2
Oct. 7 ALDS Game 3
Oct. 8 ALDS Game 4*
Oct. 10 ALDS Game 5*

* – if necessary

National League Championship Series

DATE MATCHUP/RESULT
Oct. 11 NLCS Game 1
Oct. 12 NLCS Game 2
Oct. 14 NLCS Game 3
Oct. 15 NLCS Game 4
Oct. 16 NLCS Game 5*
Oct. 18 NLCS Game 6*
Oct. 19 NLCS Game 7*

* – if necessary

American League Championship Series

DATE MATCHUP/RESULT
Oct. 12 ALCS Game 1
Oct. 13 ALCS Game 2
Oct. 15 ALCS Game 3
Oct. 16 ALCS Game 4
Oct. 17 ALCS Game 5*
Oct. 19 ALCS Game 6*
Oct. 20 ALCS Game 7*

* – if necessary

World Series

DATE MATCHUP/RESULT
Oct. 22 World Series Game 1
Oct. 23 World Series Game 2
Oct. 25 World Series Game 3
Oct. 26 World Series Game 4
Oct. 27 World Series Game 5*
Oct. 29 World Series Game 6*
Oct. 30 World Series Game 7*

* – if necessary