The Midsummer Classic is one of the more exciting sporting events that takes place every July. The 2010 Major League Baseball All-Star Game, taking place in Anaheim, has been sold out for quite some time. If you are in the area and have the ability to attend the All-Star Game, you really shouldn’t miss it. You can’t obtain tickets to the 2010 MLB All-Star Game from the Anaheim Angels or Major League Baseball. This doesn’t mean you have to miss seeing the 2010 Major League Baseball All-Star Game live and in person.
Get tickets to 2010 MLB All-Star Game method 1: StuhHub
Major League Baseball recommends using StubHub for all sold out baseball games. Sure, this is because MLB and StubHub have a partnership. StubHub is still an incredibly solid service, especially for getting Major League Baseball tickets. I’ve used StubHub numerous times with great success.
StubHub doesn’t just offer great seats for the 2010 MLB All-Star game. You can also buy tickets for All-Star Sunday, Workout Day/Homerun Derby and the 2010 Major League Baseball All-Star Game. Tickets that you purchase from StubHub can be sent to your home or emailed to you.
Get tickets to 2010 MLB All-Star Game method 2: Ticket City
Ticket City is a third-party ticket service that offers tickets to the 2010 MLB All-Star Game. Major League Baseball All-Star Game tickets on Ticket City range from about $200 to over $20,000 (worth it if you want to watch the all-star game in a suite). Just as with StubHub, all tickets you buy from TicketCity are guaranteed. The 2010 MLB All-Star Game tickets you buy from Ticket City will be sent to your home via FedEx.
Get tickets to 2010 MLB All-Star Game method 3: Craig’s List
Craig’s List is a great way to grab 2010 Major League Baseball All-Star tickets if you live in the Anaheim area. Craig’s List allows you to buy MLB All-Star Game tickets directly from a seller. Unfortunately, tickets that you buy from Craig’s List are not guaranteed by any service. Depending on when you buy the tickets, you may even find MLB All-Star Game tickets for close to face value from a Craig’s List seller.
Get tickets to 2010 MLB All-Star Game method 4: eBay
Tickets to the 2010 MLB All-Star Game will be available on eBay up to the day before the game. It’s not likely that you’ll save any money buying the tickets from eBay due to the auction format. While eBay has done a fantastic job of preventing fake tickets from being sold on the website, you still should use some caution when using eBay. Don’t buy 2010 Major League Baseball All-Star Game tickets from a seller that doesn’t have a good rating or any rating at all.
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