She said most people normally reserve their Phillies spring training trips in January for as little as $300. However, anyone attempting to get to Clearwater now is going to pay a lot more.
"The best fares are if you book 14 days in advance. But if somebody wants to travel this weekend, you're talking about $700 or $800," she said.
Fisher advises that it could be a better idea to pack up the family for a 20-hour drive and make a road trip out of it.
"That is very good because then they can take their time, they have their own car, and they have their choice of hotels," she said.
Either way, Phillies fans will get their first look at Harper in the red pinstripes this Saturday against the Toronto Blue Jays in Clearwater.