The Chicago Cubs have been making team history this entire season, but if the team makes it all the way to the World Series, the Cubs will break another record that may also break the bank for most fans.
Cubs World Series tickets at Wrigley Field this year would be the most expensive tickets for a series game in history, according to Bloomberg Business.
Although prices are not set, ticket-selling websites are estimating costs to be in the $2,000 to $3,000 range and above.
TiqIQ rates ticket prices for Cubs home games in the World Series as $2,944, $2553 and $3,605 (for home Games 1, 2 and 3, respectively). And those are the cheapest tickets. SeatGeek, another ticket aggregator, has similar prices. StubHub shows prices slightly cheaper at $2,379, $2,419 and $2,499.
The most expensive tickets for the best seats top out near $6,000, according to TiqIQ, but SeatGeek has tickets for the ultimate deep-pocketed superfan. For more than $27,000, fans could watch the Cubs from the Terrace Box infield or outfield.
StubHub trumps them all, however, with a ticket worth $1 million in the outfield upper deck reserved section.
To put these numbers in perspective, tickets to the 2010 World Series between the San Francisco Giants and the Texas Rangers averaged $1,787, Bloomberg reports.