The 2018 Major League Baseball season opens today and, according to the league, it’s first full slate of Opening Day games in 50 years and the earliest beginning date at any traditional Major League ballpark.
The Dodgers will face off against the San Francisco Giants for their season opener at 4:10 p.m. today. It’s the 32nd time since joining the National League in 1890 that the Dodgers and Giants will open their season against each other, according to True Blue LA.
Dodger Stadium ranks 11 out of 30 on a scale from most to least expensive places to catch a game, according to a survey by Go Banking Rates. It only costs $50 to see the Colorado Rockies play at Coors Field, while it costs $95 or more to see the Yankees play at Yankee Stadium.
The total cost to watch the Dodgers play is $73.85 with two tickets accounting for a little less than $40, two hot dogs at $12, two beers at $12.50 and parking for $10.
Save on parking by taking the Dodger Stadium Express bus from Union Station or from the Harbor Gateway Transit Center in the South Bay. A Dodger ticket is good for the Dodger Stadium Express fare. Buses run every 10 minutes, starting 90 minutes before game time through the end of the 2nd inning for all home games.
Dodger Stadium is the home of the all-you-can-eat ticket deal, which can now be found at ballparks across the country – enjoy churros with blue ice cream or a classic LA Extreme Bacon Dog – while watching the boys in blue.
After last year’s historic World Series season, the 2018 season promises to be exciting.