Price for a beer* at Major League Baseball games by team in 2019 (in U.S. dollars)
|Beer price in U.S. dollars|
|Chicago Cubs (16)||9.5|
|Washington Nationals (16)||9|
|Boston Red Sox (12)||8.5|
|San Francisco Giants (14)||8.25|
That’s 200,000 ounces or 1562 gals per game!
Giants’ stadium AT&T Park renamed Oracle Park ahead of 2019 season. AT&T Park in San Francisco, one of baseball’s best and most beautiful ballparks, will soon have a new name. The stadium was known as Pac Bell Park from 2000-03, SBC Park from 2004-05, AT&T Park from 2006-18, and now Oracle Park from 2019 onward.
Domestic beer typically costs about $4-$10 and a hot dog about $1-$5. Many stadiums offer a wide variety of food, including clam chowder in a bread bowl to sushi.
Price of a Hot Dog: $5.25 Not surprisingly, both dogs and beers are pricier than the league average, and the $8.50 beers at Fenway are especially pricey considering they’re only 12 ounces. They’re also up 50 cents from 2018.
No shock here: drinking alcohol during a baseball game is clearly prohibited under MLB rules, even though it’s arguably one of the only sports in which a mild buzz wouldn’t likely result in a serious concussion, missed pass, or poorly negotiated green (that’s what they call it in golf, right?).
The largest selection, by far, came in Seattle, where the Seahawks’ CenturyLink Field was found to sell 139 different beers and wines, including 48 red wines, 21 whites, six roses, four sparklers, 30 mostly-local craft beers , and 30 macro beers .
Beer is the fan favorite. Unsurprisingly, it’s beer for football (75%) and baseball (70%), but also for car racing (55%) and hockey (51%).
Food in Yankee Stadium You Shouldn’t Miss At most of the general stands, they sell a bucket of chicken strips and fries or a bucket of sliders and fries for $20. If you pay with a Mastercard, the deal also includes a soda.
The Giants and Redwood Shores-based Oracle Corp. officially announced a 20-year naming rights deal Thursday, immediately transforming AT&T Park into Oracle Park .
As well as the 6.75 U.S. dollars for a hot dog , the smallest beer offered at the New York Mets costs an eye-watering 11 U.S. dollars. The picture is slightly better on the other side of Rikers Island at the New York Yankees .
A fan paid $6,499 each for tickets to Game 5 of the World Series, the most expensive seat for a sporting event purchased on StubHub since the pandemic began.
“The $1.50 hot – dog deal is called a ‘loss leader,’ which means that it is used to draw in buyers for other higher-priced items like the chicken bake, brisket sandwich, and chili.” The deal is well below the national average price for a street hot dog today, which is around $2; hot dogs at major league ballparks