This year’s MLB All-Star Game at Marlins Park in Miami is the most in-demand SeatGeek has seen since 2010.

For the third year in a row ticket prices to the July event have risen, with a current average price of $820. Clearly the demand for this midsummer classic is still quite high.

All-Star Game Historic Ticket Prices*

Year City Average Ticket Price
2017 Miami  $820
2016 San Diego  $729
2013 New York (Citi Field)  $643
2015 Cincinnati  $603
2014 Minneapolis  $547
2012 Kansas City  $546
2010 Anaheim  $396
2011 Phoenix  $343

This is by far the hottest event SeatGeek has ever seen at Marlins Park, topping the stadium’s opening night when the Cardinals played the Marlins. That game had an average resale price of $212.

The Home Run Derby is also a hot ticket this year, with an average resale price of $574. So far, this is the most expensive Home Run Derby SeatGeek’s has tracked, however prices do typically drop leading up to the event.

In fact, prices have already started to drop for the All-Star Game, which is played July 11 this year. The median listing price for the game has actually fallen more than 50 percent since Opening Day, although it’s still a record.

*Based on secondary market data

MLB All-Star Game Tickets

For those who want to get in on the action but are on a budget, tickets to All-Star Sunday are always a good bargain. You can get them right now on SeatGeek for $10. Die-hard fans who don’t want to miss a moment can purchase full-strip tickets for $748.

(Image courtesy of Eric Kilby via Flickr.)