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18 Pennies for a Dodger Game

The view of Dodger Stadium from the field box seats. LAist/Jimmy Bramlett
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My great Dodgers' fill-in Caleb Bacon sent over a great email for those who are absolutely dying to see the twitching corpse that is the Dodgers play the Colorado Rockies this weekend. Two tickets for my favorite section of Dodger Stadium, top deck, in section 10 along the first baseline will cost you $0.18 apiece not including processing fees and what not (which will probably be more than the price of the tickets.) If that is gone by the time you click the link, then there are plenty of other seats in the top deck section for under a dollar.

For those of you who want a grander experience, the dugout club seats directly behind the dugouts and home plate complete with an all-you-can-eat buffet are selling for as low as $200. Face value of those tickets can go from $500 to $600.

Now the question remains: how many of these tickets will be gobbled up by Sunday? As much as I've been around the Dodgers this season, I do not have an answer to that one.

Story originally noted that Sunday's game was against the San Diego Padres and has since been corrected.