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The most and least expensive baseball parks

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Looking to catch a game at your favorite baseball team's stadium this season? It could cost more than you think.

The average cost for two people to spend the day at a ballpark is $77.92, according to GoBankingRates, a financial services website, which tabulated how ticket, food and parking prices compared at all 30 Major League Baseball stadiums this season.

There is a whopping $109 difference between the most expensive stadium and the least when it comes to purchasing two tickets, two hot dogs, two beers and a parking pass.

Is your favorite team on the list? Click ahead to see the most and least expensive stadiums to watch a ball game during 2016.

— By CNBC's Sarah Whitten
Posted 05 April 2016

Least Expensive: No. 5: Target Field

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If you hope to catch a game at Target Field with a friend, you're in luck. It'll only set you back around $60, according to GoBankingRates.

The ballpark, home to the Minnesota Twins, seats around 39,000 fans — 30 percent less than the team's previous park, Metrodome — but prices remain affordable. The average season ticket costs around $15.

Here's how the full cost breaks down:

  • Two tickets: $30.40
  • Two hot dogs: $9
  • Two beers: $15
  • Parking: $6

No. 4: Coors Field

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If you plan to see the Colorado Rockies play this season, you'll pay one of the lowest admission fees in the MLB.

The average season ticket is just over $12. For two fans to enjoy a game it'll set you back a little under $60.

Here's how the full cost breaks down:

  • Two tickets: $24.80
  • Two hot dogs: $9.50
  • Two beers: $12
  • Parking: $13

No. 3: Chase Field

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It will cost you less than $60 to enjoy a game at the this 48,000-seat stadium in Phoenix, AZ. Chase Field, home to the Arizona Diamondbacks offers $4 beers, $10 parking and hot dogs for less than $3.

At $57 for two fans, it is the third-least expensive ballpark for fans.

Here's how the full cost breaks down:

  • Two tickets: $34.43
  • Two hot dogs: $5.50
  • Two beers: $8
  • Parking: $10

No. 2: Dodger Stadium

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A day at Dodger Stadium will cost two fans around $55 for seats, hot dogs, beers and parking.

The 56,000-seat ballpark is the largest in the league and one of the cheapest — average season ticket prices are just under $11 a game.

Here's how the full cost breaks down:

  • Two tickets: $21.60
  • Two hot dogs: $11
  • Two beers: $12.50
  • Parking: $10

No. 1: Angel Stadium

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For just $47 two fans can enjoy a game at the Los Angeles Angels' stadium in Anaheim, CA along with two beers, two hot dogs and a cheap parking spot.

The ballpark seats more than 45,000 fans and has the lowest per-game prices on season tickets, averaging just under $10 each. The stadium also has low beer and parking prices.

"From the time our owner Arte Moreno purchased the club in May 2003, his focus has been on, aside from winning, family affordability and fan experience," Tim Mead, vice president of communications for the Los Angeles Angels, told CNBC. "He spends a lot of time with our senior management reviewing every aspect of the business with a focus on those two areas."

Here's how the full cost breaks down:

  • Two tickets: $19.60
  • Two hot dogs: $9
  • Two beers: $9
  • Parking: $10

Most Expensive: No. 5: Safeco Field

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A day at Safeco Field, home to the Seattle Mariners, will cost two fans around $94, according to GoBankingRates.

Here's how that cost breaks down:

  • Two tickets: $53.71
  • Two hot dogs: $9
  • Two beers: $12
  • Parking: $20

The stadium, which can seat around 47,000 fans, is one of the larger parks in the MLB and offers specialty seafood items like sushi and salmon to fans that attend Mariners games.

No. 4: Rogers Centre

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Looking to see the Blue Jays play? It'll cost you an average of $109 for two.

Here's how that cost breaks down:

  • Two tickets: $63.20
  • Two hot dogs: $9.96
  • Two beers: $13.58
  • Parking: $22.64

Rogers Centre may be considered an older stadium, having been built in 1989, but the ballpark is still a major draw for fans, with average season ticket prices hitting a little more than $31 per game, according to GoBankingRates.

No. 3: Yankee Stadium

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Seeing a game at the New York Yankees' newest stadium can be pricey, especially if you need to park.

The field, which seats around 50,000 fans, is situated in the Bronx and does have plenty of parking garages, but GoBankingRates suggest you take the subway if you want to catch a game.

Here's the full break-down:

  • Two tickets: $56.40
  • Two hot dogs: $6
  • Two beers: $12
  • Parking: $35

No. 2: Wrigley Field

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Built in 1914, Wrigley Field is one of the oldest park in baseball. A day at this iconic stadium, known for its distinctive ivy-covered wall, will cost two fans $116.

Here's how that cost breaks down:

  • Two tickets: $64.06
  • Two hot dogs: $11.50
  • Two beers: $15.50
  • Parking: $25

The home of the Chicago Cubs has the highest beer price of any stadium, at $7.75 per beer.

No. 1: Fenway Park

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The oldest stadium in the MLB, Fenway Park is one of the smallest parks in the league. The facility can seat around 37,600 fans, which impacts ticket prices.

The park is so popular, because of its unique design and four-story left field wall dubbed the Green Monster, that the team sold out all of its home games from 2003 to 2013 — a whopping 820-game streak.

A day a Fenway for two fans will cost an average of $157, more than three times the least expensive ball park.

Here's how that cost breaks down:

  • Two tickets: $96
  • Two hot dogs: $10.50
  • Two beers: $15.50
  • Parking: $35

Representatives from the Boston Red Sox did not immediately respond to CNBC's request for comment.