How much are you willing to pay for a ticket to watch a baseball game again?!
It's always tough to get tickets for the home opener at Dodger Stadium, even at full capacity when tickets sell out. If the Dodgers are able to open their stadium to fans at the start of the season, seating capacity would be restricted and the demand for tickets would meet a limited supply. As of right now, they have not put single game tickets on sale yet and they don't have permission yet to play in front of fans. They are currently working with the governor's office and local public health officials on proposals for fans to attend games again.
Fans have been checking StubHub and Vivd Seats for tickets and on April 9th for the home opener against the Washington Nationals, prices were ranging from $1,450 to $9,000! On Vivd Seats, tickets were ranging from $445 to $8,644. The Dodgers are not the party selling any of those tickets according to a team official. The capacity for Dodger Stadium is listed at 56,000, so if they are allowed to play with 20% capacity, they could sell 11,200 tickets.
How much are you willing to pay to attend a baseball game again?!