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October 10, 2009 04:56 ET

FanSnap: Red Sox Playoff Tickets in Boston Available

PALO ALTO, CA--(Marketwire - October 10, 2009) - FanSnap®, the largest live event ticket search engine for fans, today announced ticket availability for Boston Red Sox tickets to the post season.

The Sox are down 0-2 in the ALDS series with the A.L. west Champion Angels, but the series comes to Boston for games on Sunday and Monday at Fenway.

Sunday, (10/11) - Angels @ Red Sox tickets:

-- Number of tickets listed = 1500+

-- Average ticket price as of today = $232 (up from $212 on 10/6)

-- Get-in Price (lowest price ticket) = $80

-- Dugout Box tickets average $988 (Best Value = $825)

-- Outfield Grandstand tickets averaging: $126 (Best Value = $105)

Monday, (10/12) Angels @ Red Sox playoff tickets:

--Number of tickets listed = 2500+

-- Average ticket price as of today = $179

-- Get-in Price (lowest price ticket) = $65

-- Field Box tickets average $302 (Best Value = $143)

-- Infield Grandstand tickets average: $1154 (Best Value = $86)

There is tremendous ticket availability and price variability. Fans should check Fansnap.com often for the best ticket values. For example, in the Field Box 71, on Sunday, there are tickets listed for $267 in the same row as tickets listed for $392.

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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