Cubs-Indians World Series Game 7 tickets: Standing-room only seats hit four-digits
Ticket prices for Game 7 are soaring on the secondary market
Interested in attending Game 7 of the 2016 World Series between the Chicago Cubs and the Cleveland Indians? It'll cost you -- even more than an arm and a leg (the black market is oversaturated these days).
According to our partners at TicketCity, the median current listed ticket price is $2,600. The biggest sale, meanwhile, ran $20,000 -- for a spot in the Diamond Box. Oh, and if you want a standing-room only ticket? Yeah, that's going to cost you $1,000. Again, that's a grand ... to stand at a baseball game.
According to TicketCity, the prices for Game 7 are some of the highest seen in years. Guess that's just more evidence that, no matter who wins, everyone just wants to see a long championship drought end in person.
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