How much will it cost to go to major league ballgame this season?   It depends on where you go.  It could cost a whopping $110 more per game, from one park to the next.  That’s according to GOBankingRates.com.   To break down the cost of a day at all 30 Major League Baseball stadiums, GOBankingRates compared the costs of four factors at each ballpark:

  • Cost of Two tickets
  • Two hot dogs
  • Two beers
  • Parking.
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While the most expensive stadium experience—a Boston Red Sox home game at Fenway Park—will run you an average of $157, supporting the Los Angeles Angels at Angel Stadium of Anaheim will cost you about a third of the price ($47.60).  Dodger Stadium was the next most affordable.

A Cub game was second most expensive, but still $50 less than a Red Sox game at Fenway.  The Tigers were right in the middle, at $70.60 per game.

  • Two tickets: $31.60
  • Two hot dogs: $9
  • Two beers: $10
  • Parking: $20,

Click here to see the costs of all 30 ballparks.