FRONTIER LEAGUE PROVIDES GREAT VALUE FOR FAMILIES TO EXPERIENCE PROFESSIONAL BASEBALL
SAUGET, Ill. - A survey of the Frontier League baseball clubs has proven that going to a Frontier League game is one of the more affordable forms of entertainment in 2022, especially for families.
The average cost for a family of four (two adult tickets, two child tickets, four hot dogs, two sodas, two beers, and parking) to attend a Frontier League game this season is $73.34.
From a practical standpoint, Frontier League baseball games are even a bigger bargain since many clubs have more economical berm seating available, have special ticket prices for senior citizens and military personnel, and offer special concessions pricing on certain nights of the week.
"Frontier League baseball continues to provide affordable, family-friendly entertainment across our markets," Frontier League President Eric Krupa said. "To entertain an entire family for an evening at these prices is a true value. Our ability to maintain an affordable price point helps to drive our success. I am proud of the Frontier League clubs and their commitment to providing affordable pricing for our great fans."
The ticket prices are based on the most economical fixed seat in the ballpark.
The Frontier League of Professional Baseball is an official Partner League of Major League Baseball and the largest of its kind in professional baseball. The Frontier League features 16 teams and has moved over 1,000 players to MLB Teams in its 29-year history. Please visit www.frontierleague.com.