The A's plan to make use of dynamic pricing on all games to accurately set and adjust ticket prices in real time. Any tickets purchased for games not played are refundable.
The club has not yet determined whether to open the third deck for ALCS games, as it will do for AL Division Series contests. But if ticket demands are as high as they have been for ALDS games, the decision should be an easy one.
The A's sold out the first two levels for ALDS home games in two hours, prompting them to announce they'll remove the upper-level tarps to bring in an additional 12,000-plus fans. With the upper deck open, minus the peak of Mount Davis, capacity will be 48,146. Normal capacity is 35,067, which is what it was for the ALDS last year when the Tigers came to town.
Tickets are still available for ALDS games.
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