(Robert Gauthier / Los Angeles Times)
Would you pay $35,000 so your family of four could watch the Dodgers raise a championship banner for the first time in 32 years?
Now you can. Maybe.
The home opener at Dodger Stadium is always a tough ticket, even at full capacity, with sellouts all but assured and high prices on the resale market. If the Dodgers can open their stadium to fans at the start of the season, seating capacity would be significantly restricted, meaning intense demand for tickets would meet an extremely limited supply.
The Dodgers have not put single-game tickets on sale yet, and they do not yet have permission to play before fans. The Dodgers are working with the governor’s office and local public health officials on proposals for fans to attend games, team president Stan Kasten told season-ticket holders in a video Friday.