Tickets to the Astros’ two games at the All-Star Game and the ALCS are up by about 20% in the final three days of the season as the team’s success has been on display in the regular season.
The Astros won the NL West and the National League West with their best regular-season record in seven years and their second-best record in 14 years.
The Astros also clinched a playoff spot with a win in the wild-card game.
Ticket prices will increase this weekend for the two games in the NL, but they are still at the level they were during the regular-decade season.
In the NL the tickets will cost $150 for three hours, $150 per game, and $200 for three games, with a $30 surcharge for each of those.
The NL seats will be on sale at noon on Sunday.
The tickets are available for sale at Astros.com, Ticketmaster, StubHub, Amazon and others.
In the NL this weekend, there will be no other game scheduled in Texas, where the Astros are playing.
The only games in Texas this season will be the Angels-Angels Series, which will be played at Dodger Stadium on Wednesday.
The Angels won the Series and have won the AL West for a fourth straight year.
Ticket price increases in the AL this year are similar to those in the major leagues.
The Yankees and Red Sox will both be playing in the World Series for the first time in their history, and there are no other major league games scheduled in the New York metro area this year.