With Derek Jeter announcing his retirement at the end of the 2014 season, the Yankees are sure to be one of this year’s biggest road draws. The Twins will welcome the Bronx Bombers to Target Field for a 4 game set this July. Not sure which game to go to? Secondary market ticket gurus TiqIQ will break down ticketing trends for each game.
- 7/3/14 – Average ticket price: $122, Get-in price: $32
The series kicks off on a Thursday. With 6,927 tickets available on the re-sale market at an average cost of $122, it’s the 2nd priciest game of the series.
- 7/4/14 – Average ticket price: $120, Get-in price: $27
The Twins will celebrate Independence Day paying tribute to Yankee great Lou Gehrig. The 2014 campaign marks the 75th anniversary of Gehrig’s famous farewell speech and the Twins will show their respects by giving out Lou Gehrig bobbleheads to the 10,000 fans in attendance. Despite the giveaway, this is the 2nd cheapest game of the series. It also has the cheapest ticket available for the series, at $27.
- 7/5/14 – Average ticket price: $114, Get-in price: $31
After honoring a Yankee, the Twins pay tribute to one of there own on Saturday. The first 10,000 through the game will grab a free Tom Brunansky 1985 All-Star Bobblehead. At an average ticket price of $114, this is the cheapest game of the series. This also has the lowest quantity available, with just over 2,400 tickets on the market.
- 7/6/14 – Average ticket price: $125, Get-in price: $33
The final game of the series sees Derek Jeter’s final appearance at Target Field. This is currently the priciest game of the set, an average ticket cost of $125 and cheapest seat at $33.
Collectively, the 4-game series averages $121 per ticket, 72% higher than the home average of Twins Tickets ($70). The Twins will have a very hot ticket on their field in July. MLB All Star Game Tickets currently average $1,311 on the secondary market. There will also be a major concert on July 12th at TCF Bank Stadium with a yet-to-be-announced headlining act. Rumored artists include Prince, Pearl Jam, Garth Brooks, Bruce Springsteen, Paul McCartney, and Kenny Chesney.