October 20, 2009 18:15 ET

FanSnap: Phillies - Dodgers NLCS Game 5 and World Series Tickets Available

PALO ALTO, CA--(Marketwire - October 20, 2009) - FanSnap®, the largest live event ticket search engine for fans, today announced availability for Philadelphia Phillies tickets to NLCS Game 5 as well as World Series tickets.

The Phillies look to clinch a World Series berth tomorrow night at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia. Phils fans are clamoring for tickets to Game 5. In fact, the average ticket price has gone up nearly 10% in the last 24 hours.

NLCS Game 5: Dodgers at Phillies tickets on Wed, Oct. 21:

-- Tickets listings found on FanSnap = 6,000+
-- Get-in price (lowest price ticket) = $172
-- Average price = $324
-- Tickets listed in:
   -- Infield average = $507 (best value tickets = $308)
   -- Hall Of Fame Club average = $521 (best value tickets = $303)
   -- Terrace average = $325 (best value tickets = $171)
   -- Outfield average = $314 (best value tickets = $198)
   -- Pavilion average = $271 (best value tickets = $184)

Phillies fans are also searching for World Series tickets now. shows nearly 10,000 ticket listings for Games 3, 4, and 5 at Citizens Bank Park averaging $1,697 per ticket. Tickets listings start at $494.

FanSnap is a free search engine for fans. FanSnap displays detailed, ticket-level results from dozens of ticketing providers, with listings totaling more than twelve million sports, theatre and concert tickets and thirty thousand events.

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