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Blue Jays playoff tickets to cost as much as $1400

Finally, after more than two decades, the Toronto Blue Jays are heading towards the playoffs. Starting tomorrow, season-ticket holders can get their hands on post-season seats. But everyone else will have to wait until mid-September.

A single ticket to a wild-card game (if applicable), Division Series or American League Championship Series will set you back anywhere from $50 all the way to $425 for a cushy seat right behind home plate. However, MLB mandates that you must buy a series strip, or a ticket to every home game. This means Division Series ticket prices actually range from $150 to $1,275 in total.

If the Jays make it to the World Series a series strip will cost your between $640-$5,800. You can always buy tickets to the entire post-season. These run from $1,190 to $9,875.

Now, let's take a moment to reflect back to 1993 when a single 100-level ticket to the Jays' epic World-Series-winning game six cost a cool $78.

Will you be buying playoff tickets? Let us know in the comments.

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