NerdWallet: How to save money on a day at the ballpark

This article is reprinted by permission from NerdWallet.

There’s something magical about attending a big-league ballgame in summer. Perhaps it’s the warm breeze, the smell of fresh-cut grass or the roar of thousands of strangers cheering in solidarity. But between tickets, food and merchandise, the cost can be a little less enchanting.

Try these tips to save money on a ballgame.


Purchase tickets near — or on — game day

Waiting can pay off says Chris Leyden, communications manager at SeatGeek, a ticket search engine. In fact, it could save you as much as $30, on average, per ticket.

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