It’s always time to think about baseball and in the state of Minnesota, there’s no die harder a fan base than those rooting for the Twins. However, people who are planning to watch the Minnesota Twins play at Target Field should make sure to look up the expected costs beforehand so that they can make a fully-informed decision. This is particularly important because the expected costs can see a fair amount of variation depending on the exact circumstances.
What Is the Cost of a Ticket?
For starters, there is the matter of the price of admission. Unfortunately, there is no simple and straightforward answer to this particular question because ticket prices are influenced by numerous factors. For example, a ticket price is influenced by the location of the seat, which makes sense because some locations will offer much better views of the baseball game than others. Likewise, a ticket price is influenced by the date on which the game will be held, which makes sense because some days will see more competition for the same number of tickets due to more people being both able and willing to make it to the stadium. Due to these factors, even the price of a single ticket can range from $7 to $53 for the same Minnesota Twins game. Never mind the variance that can be seen between different games.
Due to this, it would be wise for interested individuals to look up the prices for the seats for the game that they are interested in, which can be found with relative ease on the Minnesota Twins’ website. This is important because the prices vary so much that interested individuals need to look them up even if they have purchased tickets on previous occasions. For proof, look no further than how the price of a single ticket for the dug box can change from $45 to $81 just because the two different games take place on a Wednesday and a Friday.
Of course, there are other options for gaining admission to Minnesota Twins games. For instance, season tickets are popular choices for people who are planning to watch the team play on a regular basis, particularly since in spite of their choice, a full season ticket is actually just one of the many options covered in said section. Other examples range from Pick 10 plans to 40 Game plans and 20 Game plans. With that said, people who are interested will be expected to put in a deposit, which will count as part of the price that they have to pay for their season ticket of choice. Regardless, there are also other options such as group pricing, though in that particular case, the true benefits won’t kick in unless interested individuals are planning to buy a lot of tickets at the same case. Something that won’t be true for most people who are planning to watch the Minnesota Twins with their friends and family members.
What Is the Cost of Concessions?
The various sections of Target Field are home to various food vendors, who sell a wide range of foods and beverages. Naturally, this means a wide range of prices that should appeal to a wide range of fans. For example, Holy Land sells pita chips with hummus for $8.50 as well as gyro wraps for $11.50. Meanwhile, people who are more interested in hot dogs can expect vegan dogs for $5, bratwurst dogs for $7.50, and kosher dogs for $7. There are dozens and dozens of other food choices available at Target Field, which have their prices listed on the Minnesota Twins’ website for the convenience of curious individuals. As a result, said people should have no problems finding the exact information that they are interested in, whatever their personal preferences might be.
What Is the Cost of Parking?
Parking is something that can see significant variation as well. Naturally, parking that is situated close to Target Field will be more expensive than parking that is situated further away, which is something that interested individuals will want to take into consideration. Stadium Parking Guides has estimated that a decent location can be found for between $12 and $15, though it is possible to go as low as $5 provided that interested individuals are willing to put up with a bit more inconvenience when accessing their vehicles.