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Dodgers 2013 NLDS & NLCS tickets on sale Friday

NLDS tickets range from $36 to $166, and NLCS tickets range from $71 to $196. The Dodgers will play their first home game in the NLDS on either Oct. 3 or Oct. 6.

Christian Petersen

Now that the Dodgers have officially punched their ticket to the postseason, it's okay to start planning ahead for the playoffs. That means playoff tickets, which go on sale to the general public on Friday at 10 a.m. PT.

Technically, followers of the Dodgers on Twitter will get a chance to purchase tickets at 9 a.m. PT, but the general sale on happens at 10 a.m.. The Dodgers will release a limited number of seats for potential home games for both the NLDS and the NLCS.

Buyers of 2014 season tickets can also for a limited time guarantee rights to NLDS and NLCS tickets if they pay for next year's seats in full.

The National League Division Series begins on Thursday, Oct. 3. If the Dodgers are one of the top two seeds in the NL they will have home field advantage in the first round, which means Game 1 on Oct. 3, Game 2 on Oct. 4 and Game 5 (if necessary) on Wednesday, Oct. 9.

If the Dodgers finish as the No. 3 seed, they will not have home field advantage in the NLDS, and would have home games in Game 3 on Sunday, Oct. 6 and Game 4 on Oct. 7.

Individual tickets for the NLDS range from $36 in the top deck to $166 in both Field Box VIP and Field Box MVP.

The National League Championship Series begins on Friday, Oct. 11 and runs through Saturday, Oct. 19 on a 2-3-2 basis. Individual tickets for the NLCS range from $71 in the top deck and left field pavilion to $196 for Field Box VIP and Field Box MVP.