Demand is Up for the 2015 MLB All-Star Game

CIN @marktepeAs fans hope to stay dry this week in Cincinnati, the 2015 MLB All-Star Game festivities have kicked off. StubHub has seen strong demand for tickets throughout the season as this year’s contest will be the highest selling MLB All-Star game StubHub has had outside of 2013’s game at Citi Field in New York. Let’s take a look at the numbers:

Up Year Over Year

Sales for the MLB All-Star Game are up 31% on StubHub compared to last year.

Keeping it Local

Percentage of Tickets Sold by State:

36% Ohio

9% Kentucky

6% California

6% Indiana

4% Florida

Price Drop

The get-in price has dropped from $370 a week ago down to $300 as of this afternoon.

Range

Fans have purchased tickets for as low as $220 for Standing Room Only tickets to as high as 6k for Diamond Club seats. The average ticket price sold is around $733, down from $816 last week.

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