Getting Into the World Series Will Cost You

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    The World Series is usually where the real fan gets priced out of the game.

    But with San Francisco set to become the center of the baseball universe Wednesday, how much will it cost to get into AT&T Park?

    If you believe what you read on StubHub, it will cost you a lot. The cheapest ticket in the stadium is going for $425 for game one between the San Francisco Giants and the Texas Rangers.

    That is about $50 more than before the weekend started. But it could be worse. The most expensive ticket in the stadium is going for an astounding $20,000.

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    At that price you can sit on the field club level and instantly download your ticket. Shocking it's not hand delivered to you by a courier riding a gold stallion. 

    There is always Craigslist, where a lower box seat behind home plate is going for $1,350.

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