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Toronto fans go gaga for Blue Jays playoff tickets

Home game tickets to the American League Championship Series (ALCS) went on sale at 10 a.m. this morning. And by the looks of it (from this writer's frustrating experience), each and every game is already sold-out.

According to the Toronto Star, 80,000 fans waited in an online queue hoping to score tickets to at least one of the four home games.

It's still uncertain, however, whether anyone will even get to use these tickets because the Jays still need to beat the Texas Rangers in the upcoming American League Division Series (ALDS).

Tickets to the ALDS between the Blue Jays and the Rangers sold out in less than two hours. The first game in this series starts tomorrow at 3:37 p.m. Now the question is, will you be taking the afternoon off to root for the Blue Jays?

If you didn't have success on Ticketmaster, there are plenty of tickets available for tomorrow's game on StubHub and Craigslist. They start at around $110 on both sites and run all the way up to more than $2,000.

Did you manage to get tickets to ALCS? Let us know in the comments.

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