- GoBankingRates looked at all 30 Major League Baseball stadiums to determine the most and least expensive parks to take in a game
- They considered a day at the park to consist of two tickets, two hot dogs, two beers and parking
- Yankee Stadium in New York is the most expensive park at $95 a game, while the Colorado Rockies’ Coors Field is the cheapest, at $50
The Major League Baseball season has officially begun, which means a lot of families will be planning a day at the ballpark in the coming months. Unfortunately, that also means a lot of those families will have to dip pretty heavily into their wallets, because going to an MLB game these days doesn’t come cheap.
GoBankingRates looked at all 30 Major League stadiums to determine the most and least expensive parks in the country to catch a game. They considered a day at the park to consist of two tickets (the price was calculated by taking an average of the three cheapest season ticket options and dividing it by 81 home games), two hot dogs, two beers and parking.
Overall, catching a Yankees game at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx will set folks back the most, at $90 a game, with $42 of that going to the tickets, $6 for two hot dogs, $12 for two bears, and $35 for parking. Meanwhile, the Colorado Rockies Coors Field is the least expensive at only $50, with $20 going for tickets, $10 for hot dogs, $6 for beers and $14 for parking.
Five Most Expensive Baseball Stadiums For Fans
- Yankee Stadium (New York Yankees): $95
- Safeco Field, Seattle, (Seattle Mariners): $92.83
- Fenway Park (Boston Red Sox): $91
- Citifield (New York Mets): $83.67
- Globe Life Park (Texas Rangers): $80.33
Five Least Expensive Baseball Stadiums For Fans
- Coors Field (Colorado Rockies): $50
- SunTrust Park (Atlanta Braves): $51
- Angel Stadium (LA Angels of Anaheim): $52.67
- Great American Ballpark (Cincinnati Reds): $55.17
- Chase Field (Arizona Diamondbacks): $56.00