Price of Cheapest Section:
$5.38 2012 W/L Record:
43-47 (9th lowest) Stadium Seating Capacity:
41,900 (13th lowest) Avg. home game attendance:
34,943 (11th highest)
The cheapest tickets in baseball are in Terrace Reserve 421, running just north of $5. Although, if you sit there, you might not know who’s on first. Gerry Abell of stadium-advisor.com points out that two huge columns in sections 420 and 421 block the view of much of the field. Yet, irrespective of the columns, going to a Brewers game is generally an affordable outing. The average ticket on the secondary market costs only $35.13, the third lowest of all major league teams. Attendance has gotten a boost from this — Milwaukee is the smallest metropolitan area with a major league baseball team, yet it has the 11th highest average attendance at home games, filling almost 35,000 seats. (AP Photo/Tom Lynn) More From 24/7 Wall Street
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