Chow down and support your team
Certain baseball venues have AYCE options offered. Is your team here?
Arizona Diamondbacks - $25 Includes Game Ticket, unlimited hotdogs, chips, popcorn, peanuts, soda, water.
Cincinnati Reds - $30 Includes Meggazine Game Ticket (Sections 408-410), unlimited hot dogs, popcorn, peanuts and sodas.
Cleveland Indians - $32 - Includes Upper Reserved Ticket in Sections 533-546, Unlimited Hot Dogs, Peanuts, Popcorn, Nachos, and Soft Drinks.
Houston Astros - $35 Sections 433-434 Includes Soda, Water, Peanuts, Popcorn, Nachos, Hotdogs.
Los Angeles Dodgers - $25 Advance, $30 Game Day - Includes Pavilion Ticket, Unlimited Dodger Dogs, Coca-cola beverages, Water, Popcorn and peanuts.
Minnesota Twins - $34 - Sections 232-233 - Includes hot dogs, nachos, popcorn, peanuts, soft pretzels, pop, and water
Oakland Athletics - $35 Open Fri-Sun Games and all RED SOX, GIANTS and YANKEES mid-week games. Ticket Includes hot dogs, nachos, peanuts, popcorn, soda pop and ice cream. Sections 316, 317 and 318
Pittsburgh Pirates - $35 - Outfield Reserved section in right field (Section 145 and147). Unlimited burgers, hot dogs, nachos, popcorn, peanuts, salads, ice cream and soda.
San Diego Padres - $32 Right Field Upper Box or $28 Right Field Upper Reserved ticket includes hot dogs/veggie dogs, nachos, popcorn, ice cream novelty, and soda pop.
Toronto Blue Jays - $39 - 200 Level outfield seat and unlimited hot dogs, nachos popcorn, peanuts and soft drinks.
TERMS & CONDITIONS
Fans purchasing the All-You-Can-Eat Option will receive (in addition to their game ticket) a voucher which may be redeemed for a one-night-only wrist band. Concession privileges are restricted to the ticket/wrist band holder only. Wristbands are Non-Transferrable & Must be intact & worn on wrist to be redeemable for food and beverage. Group Discounts are available on All-You-Can-Eat. Beer is not included, but is available for purchase. Check with your stadium website for complete details. No Refunds/No Exchanges. All sales are final.
CERTAIN BALLPARKS - We reserve the right to limit concession distributions to anyone distributing items to non-wristband holders.
I live in Houston and just checked the Astros' website. The price is down to twenty dollars, but the all you can eat deal is only on Thursdays, as it always was. In my opinion, it's not worth it. The last time my wife and I went, we dined at a local restaurant first on crawfish and fried oysters for around thirty bucks tax and tip. The dogs at Minute Maid Park are pedestrian at best, only a few popcorn stands around the field serve fresh popped, I doubt there are many in the nosebleeds where these seats are. We love peanuts at the ballpark, and I was going to smugggle in a pocket full, but went ahead and bought some there. They were terrible. I also have never been fond of ballpark nachos, with gloopy cheese, lukewarm if you're lucky, and jalapenos lacking in spice. We ate a really good meal on the way, and other then the peanuts, we bought a couple of bottles of water.
We can't bring any food in here in Houston,and the seats are inferior with all you can eat. I spent a little more and sat in what are called the Crawford Boxes, a short left field porch, although a premium ticket. I even got a home run ball, a real rarity. I was at Dodger Stadium in the 80's and saw the mighty Astros, behind Nolan Ryan, lose to those Dodgers. I had a couple of Dodger Dogs, and I remember them to be quite good, at least compared to the slop served at the Astrodome. How are the dogs out there now? By the way, the best peanuts I have ever had were at the ersthwile Atlanta Fulton County Stadium, as those same Astros fell after a lengthy rain delay to Dale Murphy and company. They were sold outside the stadium on the street, and not just talking about best ballpark peanut, I'm talking best peanuts anywhere. Atlanta folk, any comments.