It looks like it could cost Chicago Cubs fans thousands of dollars to witness sports history.
It’s the first time the team from the Windy City will play in the World Series since 1945, but tickets won’t come cheap.
The series against Cleveland begins Tuesday in Progressive Field, but ticket-selling sites including StubHub are offering box seats at Chicago’s Wrigley Field are currently prices at $50,000 and over.
One seller is asking for just under one million dollars.
There are some box seat tickets available in the $5,000 to $10,000 range, while standing-room tickets are priced at more than $2,200 each.
That means finding a seat could cost fans more than what their grandparents paid for their houses back when the team last reached the World Series.
Some fans are trying to get creative, and have proposed trades and other deals to get tickets.
A woman in Southern California posted on offer on Craigslist to exchange no fewer than two tickets for a week at her ski cabin near Big Bear Lake.
Coffman, a Chicago native, said rent normally goes for around $9,000 a week.
A firefighter in Portland also posted an ad on Craigslist, offering a tour that includes Mt. Hood, the coast of the Pacific Ocean and the fire station where he works in exchange for a ticket.