MLB All-Star tickets for the 2011 showdown at Chase Field in Phoenix, Arizona have been dropping in price. The decline in ticket prices can be expected for several reasons. First, ticket prices to most sporting events drop in price as game time approaches. Second, July and Phoenix mix as well as water and gas. Third, unless the All-Star game is being played in large eastern markets such as Boston, New York, or even Chicago in the mid-west, MLB all-star tickets won’t spiral upward in price.
The cheapest price for MLB all-star tickets currently on Ticket Networks is $112 per ticket with lower level infield tickets starting at $439 per ticket.
Baseball fans who waited to buy their All- star tickets saved extra money. For example, MLB All-star tickets in section 112 row 7 sold for $1,045 on May 18 and by June 30 tickets on row 2 sold for only $478 per ticket.
All-star tickets in the upper level also saw 50 percent declines. Tickets in section 306 row 1 sold for $500 on March 23 and by June 17 all-star tickets in the same section and row resold for $245 per ticket.
MLB all-star game ticket prices flattened out somewhat in June with most tickets dropping around 10 percent.