Vancouver Hosting Portland Is Most Expensive Semifinal Matchup On Secondary Market

All MLS fans will have their eyes glued to the television screen (or the pitch if they’re attending the match) on November 8th as the second leg of the conference semifinals takes place to determine who reaches the conference championships.

The first Eastern Conference semifinal matchup began with the No. 1 seed proving their worth as the New York Red Bulls took home a 1-0 victory on the road against D.C. United. The Red Bulls just need a draw at home in the second leg to advance to the Eastern Conference championship.

The second Eastern Conference semifinal matchup has an upset in the works, as the No. 2 seed Columbus Crew lost 2-1 to the Montreal Impact and need to win their home leg to advance.

The same scenario happened in a Western Conference semifinal as the one seed, FC Dallas, lost to the Seattle Sounders 2-1 in Seattle. FC Dallas has work to do in Sunday’s second leg and need a win to advance. The game with the least amount of action was the second Western Conference semifinal between the Vancouver Whitecaps and Portland Timbers, where the two teams played to a 0-0 draw and Vancouver took the advantage.

All four games will be played on the aforementioned date of Sunday, November 8th. According to TiqIQ.com, MLS playoff tickets on the secondary market are most expensive for the match between Vancouver and Portland. The average ticket price for entrance into BC Place Stadium is $83.62 with a get-in price of $39. The game had an average ticket price of $66 three days ago on November 3rd but has taken a sharp incline in the days leading up to the contest.

Fans looking to attend the highest-priced second leg of the conference semifinals can find Vancouver flight deals on Hipmunk.com. To go along with the flight, a Vancouver hotel on Hipmunk can be booked starting from $61.

The second most expensive matchup will be held at Toyota Stadium between FC Dallas and the Seattle Sounders with an average ticket price of $71.64 with a get-in price of $40.