Series’ Ticket Prices Spark RV Tailgate Parties
With World Series tickets soaring into the hundreds and even thousands of dollars, many fans found another place to watch the game Sunday (Oct. 27).
CBS St. Louis reported that Andrew and David Dahle couldn’t justify spending $400 for standing room tickets so they brought their RV to a parking lot on Broadway, set up a 50-inch television and a buffet, and watched the game from outside the stadium.
The brothers say even that wasn’t cheap.
“We had to rent the spots to park it. I think it was like $200 for the spot,” Andrew said.
“We got two spots. One for the RV and one for the two drivers,” David added.
Still, with scalpers nearby offering tickets at more than $500 each, the brothers were confident they made the right choice.
The Dahles’ white RV is normally reserved for University of Missouri football games but the two say they just couldn’t pass up the opportunity to turn their RV into a Cardinal’s fan paradise, complete with hotdogs and chili.
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