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  • Find tickets to AL Wild Card: TBD at New York Yankees - Home Game 1 on date to be announced at Yankee Stadium in Bronx, NY
  • Find tickets to AL Wild Card: TBD at Tampa Bay Rays - Home Game 1 on date to be announced at Tropicana Field in Saint Petersburg, FL
  • Find tickets to AL Wild Card: TBD at Boston Red Sox - Home Game 1 on date to be announced at Fenway Park in Boston, MA
  • Find tickets to AL Wild Card: TBD at Houston Astros - Home Game 1 on date to be announced at Minute Maid Park in Houston, TX
  • Find tickets to AL Wild Card: TBD at Seattle Mariners - Home Game 1 on date to be announced at T-Mobile Park in Seattle, WA
  • Find tickets to AL Wild Card: TBD at Oakland Athletics - Home Game 1 on date to be announced at RingCentral Coliseum in Oakland, CA
  • Find tickets to NL Wild Card: TBD at Cincinnati Reds - Home Game 1 on date to be announced at Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati, OH
  • Find tickets to NL Wild Card: TBD at Atlanta Braves - Home Game 1 on date to be announced at Truist Park in Atlanta, GA
  • Find tickets to NL Wild Card: TBD at New York Mets - Home Game 1 on date to be announced at Citi Field in Flushing, NY
  • Find tickets to NL Wild Card: TBD at Philadelphia Phillies - Home Game 1 on date to be announced at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia, PA
  • Find tickets to NL Wild Card: TBD at St. Louis Cardinals - Home Game 1 on date to be announced at Busch Stadium in St. Louis, MO
  • Find tickets to NL Wild Card: TBD at Milwaukee Brewers - Home Game 1 on date to be announced at American Family Field in Milwaukee, WI
  • Find tickets to NL Wild Card: TBD at San Diego Padres - Home Game 1 on date to be announced at Petco Park in San Diego, CA
  • Find tickets to NL Wild Card: TBD at Los Angeles Dodgers - Home Game 1 on date to be announced at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, CA
  • Find tickets to NL Wild Card: TBD at San Francisco Giants - Home Game 1 on date to be announced at Oracle Park in San Francisco, CA
  • Find tickets to ALDS: TBD at New York Yankees - Home Game 1 on date to be announced at Yankee Stadium in Bronx, NY
  • Find tickets to ALDS: TBD at Boston Red Sox - Home Game 1 on date to be announced at Fenway Park in Boston, MA
  • Find tickets to ALDS: TBD at Tampa Bay Rays - Home Game 1 on date to be announced at Tropicana Field in Saint Petersburg, FL
  • Find tickets to ALDS: TBD at Chicago White Sox - Home Game 1 on date to be announced at Guaranteed Rate Field in Chicago, IL
  • Find tickets to ALDS: TBD at Houston Astros - Home Game 1 on date to be announced at Minute Maid Park in Houston, TX
  • Find tickets to ALDS: TBD at Seattle Mariners - Home Game 1 on date to be announced at T-Mobile Park in Seattle, WA
  • Find tickets to ALDS: TBD at Oakland Athletics - Home Game 1 on date to be announced at RingCentral Coliseum in Oakland, CA
  • Find tickets to ALDS: TBD at New York Yankees - Home Game 2 on date to be announced at Yankee Stadium in Bronx, NY
  • Find tickets to NLDS: TBD at Atlanta Braves - Home Game 1 on date to be announced at Truist Park in Atlanta, GA

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MLB Postseason

After the 162-game baseball regular season, there is only one way to determine who will go on to win the World Series. That is through the elimination tournament that begins with the Wild Card games.

Wild Card Games

Thanks to a new format installed in 2012, the teams that play in the Wild Card game are the two in each league that have the highest win total of any non-division winners. That means that two teams from the American League will play each other and two teams from the National League will play each other in single-game postseason series. The winner of each of these games goes on to play in either the American League Division Series or the National League Division Series. In 2020 they introduced a 3 game series Wild Card to determine a winner, these games were hosted by the higher seed to reduce travel and reward regular season performance. 2021 still has not announced what format wild card games will have.

Division Series

The Division Series features the three division winners from each league, as well as the two Wild Card winners. The teams are seeded by regular season win total, and the division winner with the most victories in a season faces the Wild Card winner. Then it is the second- and third-seeded teams that face one another. But unlike the Wild Card Game, the teams face one another in a five-game series. The team that is seeded higher hosts the first two games and then also plays at home in Game 5, if the series gets that far.

Championship Series

The Championship Series ultimately decides the two teams that will be playing for a World Series title. This matchup features the American League teams that won their respective Division Series and the National League team that won theirs. Unlike the Division Series, however, this round requires a best-of-seven series to determine who wins their league’s pennant.

What is a pennant? Which teams have won the most pennants?

A pennant is a flag that an MLB team earns for winning either the American League or National League championship. Considering the New York Yankees have won 26 World Series championships, it shouldn’t shock you to find out that New York has won the most American League pennants ever. The Yankees have won 40 pennants in their postseason history, and they can definitely add to that collection in the near future. In the National League, the San Francisco Giants are the team with the most pennants. They have won 23 of them, but the Los Angeles Dodgers are close with 22.

How to buy MLB Postseason tickets

SeatGeek is the best way to browse, find, and buy MLB Postseason tickets.

  • Browse the listings of MLB Postseason games to find one you would like to attend. Once you find the perfect date and game, click on the green button on the right hand side of the screen to see all available tickets for that game.
  • Next, explore all available tickets on the left hand side of the screen. Filters at the bottom of the page allow tickets to be sorted by price, or by SeatGeek’s Deal Score feature, which ranks tickets by value and tells you exactly how good of a deal you're looking at. On the right hand side, you can explore SeatGeek’s interactive stadium and arena maps to find the perfect seating section, and to get a preview of what a view from a seat in that section will look like.
  • To purchase a ticket, click the ticket listing and you will be directed to SeatGeek’s checkout process to complete the information fields.
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When do MLB Postseason tickets go on sale?

MLB Postseason tickets typically go on sale in September or October.

MLB Postseason Schedule

You can see the entire MLB postseason schedule at the top of this page. The Postseason typically starts in early October and end in early November. You can also browse the MLB postseason schedule at MLB.com

How much do MLB Postseason tickets cost?

MLB Postseason tickets can range quite a bit in price depending on the day, game, and type of ticket purchased. Tickets for earlier rounds are generally cheaper than AL or NL Championship Series tickets. SeatGeek has the widest selection of tickets on the web, offering MLB postseason tickets for every fan at every price point. On average, MLB postseason tickets resell for $165.

Where does the MLB Postseason take place?

The MLB postseason take place at various stadiums around America depending on who makes the playoffs and seeding.