The Miami Marlins‘ attendance routinely ranks among the worst in Major League Baseball, but it’s not exactly a cheap ticket. Thirteen teams charge less to attend a game, according to a GoBankingRates analysis of Team Marketing Report’s 2015 Fan Cost Index.
Two tickets, two beers, two hot dogs and parking at a Marlins game cost $65.93 last season. The Los Angeles Angels offered the cheapest deal at $47.63. The Boston Red Sox were the priciest by far, at $157.
Intriguingly, a Marlins spring training game is pricier in some respects than a big-league game. A beer at Roger Dean Stadium cost $9.25 last month — a hefty sum that topped every Major League ballpark, according to Team Marketing Report.
The Marlins open their season Tuesday against the Detroit Tigers.