October 23, 2009 17:02 ET

FanSnap: Phillies World Series Tickets Available

PALO ALTO, CA--(Marketwire - October 23, 2009) - FanSnap®, the largest live event ticket search engine for fans, today announced availability for Phillies World Series tickets.

The average price of a World Series Game 3 ticket listing is $1,754. That's up $100 in the last 24 hours. For a possible Game 1 in New York, tickets are averaging $772, up $30 in the last 24 hours -- even with the loss last night.

World Series Game 3: Phillies tickets for Wed, Oct. 31:

-- Tickets listings found on FanSnap = 4,000+

-- Get-in price (lowest price ticket) = $650

-- Average price = $1,754

- Best value Arcade ticket = $921

- Best value Baseline ticket = $900

- Best value Diamond Club ticket = $2,650

- Best value Hall of Fame ticket = 1,475

- Best value Infield ticket = $1,500

- Best value Outfield ticket = $900

- Best value Pavilion ticket = $900

- Best value Pavilion Deck ticket = $738

- Best value Scoreboard Porch ticket = $1,045

- Best value Terrace ticket = $975

- Best value Terrace Deck ticket = $688

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.

About FanSnap is the live event ticket search engine for fans. Our mission is to provide the most comprehensive, accurate, fast and easy-to-use resource for fans to find and compare tickets they desire to sports, concerts, and theatre events. FanSnap provides free ticket search results for dozens of the leading ticket providers, including TicketNetwork, StubHub, RazorGator, Las Vegas Tickets, Gold Coast Tickets, eBay, Barry's Tickets,, and Ace Ticket. Our detailed ticket-level search results are made possible by the combination of strategic industry partnerships and systems integration, as well as our FanSnap TicketData(SM) systems and patent-pending dynamic FanSnap Maps(SM). Palo Alto, CA-based FanSnap was founded in 2007 and is funded by General Catalyst Partners and Highland Capital Partners.

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