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I recently shared that you could use your SPG points to score post-season MLB tickets, but the tough part of that offering was the points price per ticket pair was on the high side. For the current play-off round, the League Division Series, a pair of tickets was going for 35,000 SPG points. However, when I checked back today, they were now as low as 10,000 SPG points for a pair of play-off tickets! At that price, that is just 5,000 points per ticket!
For the current round of play-offs there were still some games priced at 35,000 points, but there were a few at 15,000 points and one at just 10,000 points, which is a really good deal for a play-off game, assuming the seats are at least half-way decent, which they usually are via SPG Moments.
In case you really want to see your time in the post-season, assuming some of these Game 4 and Game 5 games take place, here are your chances to purchase a pair of tickets from just 10,000 – 15,000 SPG points. You can purchase up to two packages from one SPG account, for a total of four game tickets.
Phoenix, Arizona, United States | 10 Oct, 2017
NLDS Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Arizona Diamondbacks – Game 4 – 15,000 points per pair
Houston, Texas, United States | 11 Oct, 2017
American League Division Series Houston Astros vs. Boston Red Sox – Game 5 – 10,000 points per ticket pair
Cleveland, Ohio, United States | 11 Oct, 2017
American League Division Series Cleveland Indians vs. New York Yankees – Game 5 – 15,000 points per ticket pair
Los Angeles, California, United States | 12 Oct, 2017
NLDS Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Arizona Diamondbacks – Game 5 – 15,000 points per ticket pair
I’m super jealous of whoever grabbed a pair of 10,000 point tickets to go to today’s Astros playoff game! I’d love to hear if you were able to grab some post-season MLB tickets using SPG points!
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