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October 06, 2009 23:31 ET

FanSnap: Twins Win Last Playoff Spot, Travel to New York for A.L.D.S. Game 1, Tickets Available

PALO ALTO, CA--(Marketwire - October 6, 2009) - FanSnap®, the largest live event ticket search engine for fans, today announced availability for Minnesota Twins tickets for the post season.

The Twins overcame all odds to make the post season. Minnesota will travel to New York to face the Yankees in game 1 of the A.L.D.S. Twins fans jumping on a red eye to New York hoping to see game 1 can still find tickets.

Minnesota Twins @ Yankees tickets (game 1)

-- Fans can find 4,000+ tickets with FanSnap.com from $69

-- Average Price for Game 1 Divisional Series tickets is $179

-- Tickets behind home plate from $512

New York Yankees @ Twins Tickets

-- Fans can find 250+ tickets with FanSnap.com from $136

-- Average Price for Game 1 Divisional Series tickets is $250

-- Tickets behind home plate from $450

For both games, there is tremendous price variability. For example, fans can find tickets behind home plate to game 1 listed for $512 and $704 in the same row. On the first base line, fans can find tickets listed for $112 and $165 in the same row. FanSnap makes seeing this variability very simple by plotting the listed tickets on a map of the venue.

Fans should check FanSnap.com often for the best ticket values.

FanSnap is a free search engine for fans. FanSnap displays detailed, ticket-level results from dozens of ticketing providers, with listings totaling more than 10 million sports, theatre and concert tickets to thirty thousand events.

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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 the 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, AllShows.com, 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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