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Dodgers Schedule: Best Dodger Ticket Prices for 2021 Opening Day

A comprehensive updated list of the best prices for Opening Day.



Dodgers fans are going to be searching all year long for tickets to get out to Chavez Ravine. After a year away from the game we all love, I really can’t blame you. But while California sorts through their COVID-19 guidelines and restrictions. fans in Los Angeles are left wondering when they will be able to get to a game and what it will cost. 

Well, good news for you. We’ve put together a list that grabs all of the best prices from around the internet, and we will be updating this list throughout the year. The Dodgers are set to play at least 81 home games in 2021, so some of those are going to have at least ew fans.

Be sure to check back in with us here weekly as we continue to provide updates. But be warned, it’s not looking good early on. The good news? The Dodgers haven’t even released the details on the tickets for 2021. 

Stubhub Opening Day

The absolute cheapest ticket available on Stubhub right now for Opening Day is for a jaw-dropping $2250. Given that those tickets are way down in section 159, my recommendation would be to wait until the Dodgers release their ticket information, hopefully, this week. 

TickPick Opening Day

It doesn’t look any better on TickPick for Dodgers Opening Day tickets. The cheapest tickers there are going for over $3000. Again, I would recommend waiting for now. 

The Dodgers have been told that they will be able to host 20 percent capacity should Los Angeles move into the red tier of the coronavirus guidelines. With that taking place this week, ticket prices should come back down to a realistic number in the coming days. 

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Written by Brook Smith

Brook is the Senior Editor of Dodgers Nation, with several years of experience in sports journalism. He is an avid Dodgers and Lakers fan, and can be spotted fairly often at Dodger Stadium and Staples Center.

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  1. I’m a longtime full season ticketholder. Let me make clear that as of today (3/14) none of us actually have 2021 tickets available in our Dodgers account. Nor do we even know if we’ll have our usual seat location at the 11,200 seating capacity. That announcement should be coming soon and it will be a tightly regulated process. So anyone claiming to have tickets at any specific location right now, and posting them to the secondary market is a clueless, greedy, wannabe scalper. To my joy, they’ll probably be charged a hefty “dropped sale” penalty by Stubhub when they can’t deliver the tickets 🙂 Sucks to be greedy…

  2. Current ticket prices make the SNLA situation even more absurd. How many games can a family of 5 attend this season at these prices? How many games do I get to watch at home—where I can’t buy SNLA at any price?

    • Since last year, AT&T also has the SNLA Dodger channel, otherwise you can just get the MLB.TV package and watch the home games using a VPN that shows you coming from a different state or city (as home games are blacked out for MLB.TV).

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