For the fourth straight year, the Arizona Diamondbacks have the least expensive average ticket prices in all of Major League Baseball, according to a study by Team Marketing Report.
If you ask us, we'd be willing to pay a few bucks extra if the team would use the money to get itself a decent bullpen, but getting to see games on the cheap is definitely a plus.
The average price of a ticket to a D-backs game, according to the report, is $14.31, which is more than 12 bucks cheaper than the league average of $26.74.
If you want to take the whole family to see the Rattlers, it won't break the bank, either.
The report finds that the average price for tickets for a family of four is $115.24, which is also significantly lower than the league average of $195.08.
On the other end of the spectrum, the Chicago Cubs, who haven't won a World Series since Teddy Roosevelt was president, have the highest average ticket price at $52.56.
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A trip to Fenway's no bargain, either.
According to the report, the average price of a ticket to see the Boston Red Sox is $52.32, and if you want to take the whole family to see the Green Monster, expect to pay about $334.78.
The D-backs also have some of the cheapest concessions in all of baseball, with everything but soft drinks sold well below the league average.
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