For the first time in Franchise History, the Philadelphia Phillies will be playing a Game 7 in a postseason series.  Tuesday Night the Phillies are sending Ranger Suarez to the mound as the defending National League Champions are trying to win the NLCS for the second straight year.

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Despite this being a historic night in Phillies Franchise History, ticket prices are LESS for tonight's game than they were for Game 6.  I wrote yesterday about how ticket prices for Game 6 of the Phillies-Diamondbacks series had escalated more than 50 percent over the weekend.  After checking four ticket market websites, I have found that you will spend less money going to Game 7 on Tuesday Night instead of attending Game 6:

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*At Vivid Seats, Terrance Deck tickets cost $30 to $50 less for Game Seven and the most expensive Baseline Seats are $2,276 less compared to what it costs for Game Six on Monday Night

*On the website GameTime, they have Terrance Deck seats that are priced $30 to $60 less than Game Six and the most expensive Infield Tickets will cost $278 less for game Seven

*At StubHub, Terrance Deck tickets are $20 to $30 less than Game Six while the most expensive Infield Seats are $243 less to attend Game Seven

*Ticketmaster has the most expensive tickets of these websites, with Terrance Deck seats costing $300 to $380 per ticket and Infield Seats priced between $1,055 to $2,280

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So you will be saving money if you go to the historic Phillies versus Diamondbacks Game Seven on Tuesday Night.  Whether you want to get Standing Room tickets for $246 at GameTime or Terrance Deck Seats behind Home Plate for $241 at VividSeats or sit in Right Centerfield for $626 per ticket, this might be the best deals you can find to be at Citizens Bank Park to see Phillies history.

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