Even if you don’t have season tickets, you still have an opportunity to win a random drawing for the chance to buy Dodgers World Series tickets.
The registration period for a random drawing is currently open, but it closes Wednesday at 9 a.m. Pacific Time. You can enter on the Dodgers website.
The random drawing is scheduled to be held on or around Thursday, with winners notified by email at a later date. Those winners will be given details on how to then purchase World Series tickets.
If you buy a World Series ticket and the Dodgers don’t make it — or at least don’t make it to the game you bought a ticket for — you’ll receive a full refund, including the convenience fee, according to the Dodgers website.
The Dodgers also note that, even if you win the drawing, you still aren’t guaranteed a ticket for a postseason game, as those tickets are sold on a first-come, first-served basis to drawing winners.
World Series tickets range from $150 all the way up to $350 for some box seats. Dodgers Vice President for Ticket Sales David Siegel previously told KPCC that he didn’t anticipate selling any general admission tickets for the World Series.
The World Series begins Wednesday, Oct. 23, with what would be an away game if the Dodgers make it, with the series coming back to Los Angeles in game three.