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1 hour ago, eddie83 said:

I keep forgetting to mention one thing. In the club level you can buy a pepperoni pizza for only $41. 

I had to look at that price about 5 times the other day to see if my eyes were deceiving me. 

The Orioles let you take your own food and drink which is great and there are many cheap food options inside the stadium, that said some of the prices are a joke. I also didn’t see any regular burger and fries in the club level just a Roseda burger and fries for $17. 

I can’t imagine too many pizzas have been sold this year. 

try ordering a pizza from the luxury suites, its like $129.00 for a large.

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38 minutes ago, Redskins Rick said:

try ordering a pizza from the luxury suites, its like $129.00 for a large.

But Chris Davis personally delivers it to you.Sometimes he takes it down the middle and you never get it to your suite.Other times cant get it to you with the shift and swings the door wide 

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On 5/3/2019 at 10:18 PM, Going Underground said:

Well city has good things going and some really bad things Under Armour would be a good partner  I know they work somewhat with them Legg Mason pulled all signage from sports stadiums.That is why not above the scoreboard.Guinness would be a good partner The only brewery in the US is in Baltimore. The Orioles PA announcer works for them.Need Hopkins and other big healthcare employers.

 

Still not sure why they did away with holiday packs and just small packs.Even the Yankees have them Also teams are going to All Acess passes.But probably won't help that much.Tough to watch right now.

Well they are doing a cross promo with Guinness but not at the stadium and seems expensive. 

 

 

 

https://allevents.in/halethorpe/brews-and-os/1000061600560936

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On 5/16/2019 at 12:03 PM, eddie83 said:

I keep forgetting to mention one thing. In the club level you can buy a pepperoni pizza for only $41. 

I had to look at that price about 5 times the other day to see if my eyes were deceiving me. 

The Orioles let you take your own food and drink which is great and there are many cheap food options inside the stadium, that said some of the prices are a joke. I also didn’t see any regular burger and fries in the club level just a Roseda burger and fries for $17. 

I can’t imagine too many pizzas have been sold this year. 

According to the Fan Cost Index (and yes, you can quibble with their methodology) the O's are the 4th-cheapest MLB experience.  About half of what it costs to go to a Cubs or Red Sox game.

I mentioned a few weeks ago that a foot-long Dodger Dog and a regular beer cost me $22 or $24 in early April.

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1 hour ago, Going Underground said:

16,457 last night. Thank God for Yankee fans. 😀 Probably a little more tonight. Thursday should be one of the bigger crowds of the year.

Blasphemer!!!

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1 hour ago, eddie83 said:

Have they promoted this Pepsi package much I saw in the press release?

This ? Don;t think it has started yet. 

Also as part of the partnership, the Orioles will introduce a new Pepsi Bundle ticket package available for every game which includes a game ticket, PepsiCo drink (soda or water), and a soft pretzel starting at just $15. Pepsi Bundles will be available for purchase beginning later this month at Orioles.com/Pepsi.

With a wide variety of sizing and pricing options available at all concessions locations throughout Oriole Park, fans and families from all walks of life can enjoy affordable ballpark fare in a selection of perfect portions for everyone including small-sized PepsiCo sodas (12 oz.), which are available for a reduced price ($1.50).

https://www.mlb.com/press-release/orioles-new-agreement-with-pepsico

 

And this new promoyion>

Once a month during the 2019 season, 105.7 The Fan listeners can take advantage of 105.7 The Fan Nights at Oriole Park. Tickets for each game are just $10.57 including fees.

 

https://www.mlb.com/orioles/tickets/specials/fan-nights

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On 5/20/2019 at 10:31 AM, DrungoHazewood said:

According to the Fan Cost Index (and yes, you can quibble with their methodology) the O's are the 4th-cheapest MLB experience.  About half of what it costs to go to a Cubs or Red Sox game.

I mentioned a few weeks ago that a foot-long Dodger Dog and a regular beer cost me $22 or $24 in early April.

I practically had to dip into my 401K to get a ticket and a hot dog at Fenway last year. Camden Yards is super affordable and cheaper than going to the movies if you do it right.

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About 8,100 last night. Tampa broke their low attendance record yesterday,5,786. Orioles now 28th in the league in average attendance. Only the Floridians are lower. 10 teams averaging less then 20,000 a game. Jays are down over 9,000 a game. But profits from regional and national and online are at record highs. Only three teams were below 20,000 last year. Some teams might pick up a little. But many teams are not good and players that are not draws to see.

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17 minutes ago, Going Underground said:

About 8,100 last night. Tampa broke their low attendance record yesterday,5,786. Orioles now 28th in the league in average attendance. Only the Floridians are lower. 10 teams averaging less then 20,000 a game. Jays are down over 9,000 a game. But profits from regional and national and online are at record highs. Only three teams were below 20,000 last year. Some teams might pick up a little. But many teams are not good and players that are not draws to see.

Tampa low must be paid attendance because I’ve watched plenty of games where there was clearly less than 5,000 fans in the stands at Tropicana. 

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3 minutes ago, OsFanSinceThe80s said:

Tampa low must be paid attendance because I’ve watched plenty of games where there was clearly less than 5,000 fans in the stands at Tropicana. 

Always paid. Many stadiums clearly see not what the attendance says .

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1 minute ago, Going Underground said:

Always paid. Many stadiums clearly see not what the attendance says .

With the Rays I find it hard to believe they have not had a lower paid attendance in their history at Trop.

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14 minutes ago, OsFanSinceThe80s said:

With the Rays I find it hard to believe they have not had a lower paid attendance in their history at Trop.

Their brethren to the south ,drew an impressive 6,407..

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