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Cubs-Indians World Series Hitting Super Bowl-Level Prices On Secondary Market

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 10 / 24 / 16

Secondary market ticket analysts say this year's Cubs-Indians World Series "may be the most expensive event in recent sports history," according to Nereida Moreno of the CHICAGO TRIBUNE. Tickets are being "listed for an average of $6,155 for the Cubs' first home game Friday and $3,125 for Game ...

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