When it comes to cheering on your favorite Chicago Major League Baseball team, do you know which stadium is the cheapest?

The Best Summer Sport In Illinois

When it comes to attending sporting events in Illinois during the summertime, there's nothing better than a Major League Baseball game. I was really lucky growing up because my dad was a Chicago fan, so we went to both Cubs and White Sox games. Either way, I had a great time.

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You can't beat fun at the old ballpark and both Chicago stadiums provide a unique experience. It is really hard to compare them to each other.

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It's Not Cheap To Attend A Major League Baseball Game

Like pretty much everything nowadays, it's not cheap to attend a Major League Baseball game no matter which side of town you cheer for. The question is, which one is more affordable for the fans?

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Cheapest Stadium To Watch Your Favorite Baseball Team

Let's start out by taking a look at taking a trip to Wrigley Field to cheer on the Cubs.

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Attending a Chicago Cubs game at Wrigley Field is the most expensive average price in all of baseball. For one fan, it will cost $110.17 for a general game ticket, two beers, a hot dog, and parking. Now, imagine taking your family. That's a little much.

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How about on the other side of town at Guaranteed Rate Stadium to check out the Chicago White Sox? There is a lot better deal on the south side of Chicago. Plus, the White Sox are actually a good team. To witness this historic season will cost a fan on average, $72.10 for the game which includes a ticket, parking, hot dog, and two beers.

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There's A Cheaper Place To Watch Chicago MLB Teams

If you don't mind a short road trip to Wisconsin to check out some baseball, there's actually an even cheaper place to check out your favorite Chicago teams. That would be American Family Field in Milwaukee, home of the Brewers. You can be all in there for $66.21 which includes a hot dog, two beers, parking, and a game ticket. By the way, it is a really cool place to watch a game.

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Photos From Chicago White Sox Re-Opening Day At Guaranteed Rate Field On 6/25/21

Photos From Chicago White Sox Re-Opening Day At Guaranteed Rate Field On 6/25/21

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