I broke up the attendance by rounds and averaged them out along with the overall average.
The wild cards are hard to sell as they are so soon after the season ends.
All the semifinals and the final are sellouts for their respective home teams.
The quarterfinals found some problems with hurricane Sandy on the east coast that caused the schedule to be switched and a couple lower attendances resulted.
Overall, this is one of the highest attended playoffs ever with good growth and a lot of excitement that surrounded the games played.
As a final side note, it will be interested how attendance will be affected with the departure of David Beckham and possibly other big names. The LA Galaxy sold out almost every road game as the opposing team would sell the Galaxy with their big names (Beckham, Keane, and Donavon) to the fans. It is because of this that many teams increased capacity or played at other facilities for these games. Can the MLS continue to sell on talent without the big names to draw the crowds?