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What MLB Teams Are Charging For Tickets, Beer, Hot Dogs & Parking

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For the second consecutive season, ticket prices stayed relatively flat in Major League Baseball, according to a new survey by Team Marketing Report.

The average ticket price across all 30 teams is $26.91, which is only a 1.2 percent increase from last season.

That percentage represents the lowest year over year increase since the company's Fan Cost Index debuted in 1991.

Here are some of the other highlights from the report:

  • The highest non-premium ticket prices are the Boston Red Sox ($53.38), the New York Yankees ($51.83), the Chicago Cubs ($46.90 and the Chicago White Sox ($40.67).
  • The lowest non-premium ticket prices are the Pittsburgh Pirates ($15.30), San Diego Padres ($15.45), Arizona Diamondbacks ($15.74) and the Los Angeles Angels ($17.13).
  • The highest raises on non-premium ticket prices as compared to last year are the San Francisco Giants (14.1%), Detroit Tigers (10.3%), Philadelphia Phillies (10%) and the Arizona Diamondbacks (10%).
  • The lowest raises on non-premium ticket prices are the San Diego Padres (-17%), Cleveland Indians (-16.4%), Texas Rangers (-10.2%) and the Los Angeles Angels (-9.5%).
  • The highest average premium tickets are the New York Yankees ($312.11), Los Angeles Dodgers ($222.38), Boston Red Sox ($172.51) and the Washington Nationals ($166.25).
  • The lowest average premium tickets are the San Diego Padres ($36.01), Colorado Rockies ($36.50), Milwaukee Brewers ($39.59) and the Pittsburgh Pirates ($42.67).
  • The most expensive beers are sold by the Boston Red Sox (60.4 cents an oz.), New York Yankees (50 cents an ounce) and the St. Louis Cardinals (54.1 cents an oz.)
  • The cheapest beers are sold by the Arizona Diamondbacks (28.6 cents an oz.), Pittsburgh Pirates (31.2 cents an oz.), Texas Rangers (31.2 cents an oz.), Philadelphia Phillies (32.1 cents an oz.) and Los Angeles Angels (32.1 cents an oz.)
  • The most expensive hot dogs are sold by the New York Mets ($5.50), Toronto Blue Jays ($5.11).
  • The cheapest hot dogs are sold by the Cincinnati Reds ($1), Baltimore Orioles ($2).
  • The most expensive parking is the New York Yankees ($35), Boston Red Sox ($27), Chicago Cubs ($25) and the Chicago White Sox ($23).
  • The cheapest parking is the Tampa Bay Rays ($0), Washington Nationals ($5), Detroit Tigers ($5), Minnesota Twins ($6) and the Kansas City Royals ($6).

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