Are you attending a baseball game at Dodger Stadium? Great! Whether it is your first visit or more there is almost always a new way to save! If it is your first visit ask for a first-time button for a souvenir. Keep reading to find out how to save money at Dodger Stadium.
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How to Save Money at Dodger Stadium
When I went to the 2018 World Series ticket prices had dropped by several hundred dollars as the LA-based series games arrived. I bought a last-minute ticket via Stub Hub in the Dodgers Parking lot for $314. Pretty good for a World Series game right?
For regular games, if you don’t need to buy your tickets too far in advance you can wait to see if people drop their prices through sites like Stub Hub. Follow 76 Gas station. They often have deals during the season where if you buy x amount of gas you can get buy one get one free ticket vouchers from them. If you don’t mind sitting far away you can find good prices on seats directly from the Dodgers.
If you are able to get to the game early you can find free street parking outside the entrance gates. I left my car close to the hospital and it was a short walk to the main parking lot. If you don’t want to worry about finding street parking or cannot get to the game early be sure to buy it in advance online. The advanced parking price is $17. It is $25 for general parking if you buy it at the gates.
My most recent research got me very excited about certain foods that are no longer offered at the stadium. So, if you’re reading this after 2019 please know that I cannot guarantee that everything on this list will still be available. For now, here’s a list of What to Eat at Dodger Stadium featuring my favorite items that I actually tried. There is so much more that I’ll be adding to this list over the years.
Did you know that you can bring your own food to Dodger Stadium? The last game I went to my Mom and I brought food from Porto’s with us. But, sometimes I just want food at the game. The food that you bring in has to be in disposable containers. Unbroken, factory-sealed plastic bottles of non-alcoholic beverages of 1 liter or less are permitted.
Kings Hawaiian Pulled Pork Hot Dog
This was one of the best hot dogs that I have ever had at a ball game. The only downside? It is located behind the outfield seats. Be prepared to deal with a lot of stairs and allow plenty of time to get the hot dog and then get to your seat.
Churro Ice Cream Sundae
I love getting ice cream in the helmets. Eventually, I’ll try the ballpark nachos in the helmet too. The Churro ice cream sundae is amazing! And I love that it comes in a Brooklyn Dodgers helmet as a tribute to the team’s past.
Need a Clear Bag for Dodger Stadium?
Most stadiums are now requiring that bags over a certain size be clear. The Dodger Stadium policy is that clear plastic bags smaller than 12″X12″X6″ and non-clear wristlets and clutches that are 5″x8″x2 or smaller are permitted. Loungefly came out with a super cute LA Dodgers stadium bag that I love but the price tag is a little high but there’s a much cheaper one available on Amazon.