It’s clear that baseball fans in San Diego are excited for the upcoming festivities. At an average resale price of $729 for a ticket to the All Star Game, this is the hottest All Star Game SeatGeek has seen since they began tracking the secondary ticket market in 2010.

All Star Game Historic Ticket Prices*

Year City Average Ticket Price
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

*Based on secondary market data

That also makes this the hottest event SeatGeek has ever tracked in San Diego–ahead of the NCAA Tournament in 2014 ($519 average resale), the Rolling Stones last summer ($354), and Steely Dan in 2014 ($345). This is also the hottest Home Run Derby ticket over that same time period ($363 average resale).

However, ticket prices for the All Star Game have been falling rather dramatically. Soon after the 2016 MLB season started in early April, the median listing price for a ticket was over $1500. Today, that same number has dropped by more than half to $506. SeatGeek projects that prices are likely to continue to drop up until game time next week. HR Derby ticket prices have fallen as well, from $991 median listing price in April to $271 today.

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 – featuring the Futures Game and Legends and Celebrity Softball game – are available for as low as $9.