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Dodgers announce online ticket sale for initial three playoff rounds

Dodgers announce online ticket sale for initial three playoff rounds
An aerial view of Dodger Stadium during their 2014 home opener against the San Francisco Giants on April 4. (Genaro Molina / Los Angeles Times)

No, nobody's getting ahead of themselves here. Logic and the calendar simply dictate these things must be done in advance.

So on Tuesday the Dodgers announced that an online public sale of postseason tickets for the wild-card playoff, division series and National League Championship Series will begin Friday at 10 a.m.

This will be after the tickets are made available to season-ticket holders Wednesday and mini-plan holders on Thursday. There's even a  small window for those who follow the team on Twitter (Friday, 9:45 a.m. to 9:59 a.m.).

As you might expect, tickets are crazy expensive. The highest-priced tickets for the division series and possible wild-card game are $186 and the cheapest are $30. Then it really goes up if they advance.

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Most expensive ticket for the NLCS is $206, least expensive $71. Then you'd best tap into that retirement fund should they advance to this thing called the World Series: most expensive ticket is $426, least expensive is $216.

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The Dodgers will announce the availability for World Series tickets at a later date. Tickets will not be sold at the ballpark. Online postseason pricing for all tickets at Dodger Stadium can be viewed here.

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