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Monday, April 26, 2010

162. Dodgers Baseball Game - $5 Tickets

Take me out to the ball game!
I am not a huge baseball fan but the Los Angeles Dodgers tickets at $5 per person is a cheap date that is hard to pass up. Baseball games make for a great group date idea, especially if you come early to tailgate in the stadium parking lot. For group dates, there is a limit of 29 tickets per household. As we all know, stadium food and drink are not cheap, so here it doesn't look like a cheap date if you bring a BBQ and food. Who doesn't love a tail gate party?

#1 Fans!
Originally uploaded by julieverive

If you don't like nosebleed seats, other tickets are available up to 55% off right now.
  • Reserve = $5 (reg. $16)
  • Lower Reserve = $10 (reg. $20)
  • Infield Reserve = $15 (reg. $30)
  • Field Box = $20 (reg. $50)
  • Preferred Field Box, Baseline Field and Loge Box MVP $30 (reg. $70)
To buy tickets online, click HERE and then use the pull-down menu to select a game and use the code TZOO3 (letter "O"s, not number zeros, and say thank you to TravelZoo). Make sure to click on "Reserve" instead of Best Available if you want to only see $5 seats. Taxes and convenience fees ($1.50-2.75 per ticket) apply. The tickets are on sale today through April 29th for particular game dates on
  • May 5-6 (Milwaukee Brewers)
  • May 9 (Colorado Rockies)
  • May 17 (Houston Astros)
  • May 19-20 (SD Padres)
  • June 1 (AZ Diamondbacks)
  • June 7 (St. Louis Cardinals).
Parking is $15, so make sure to carpool (or take public transportation if you are not tailgating). Have fun!

UPDATE 04/26/10: Here's a tip by @LukeOdom: If you live near a rail line, take the Dodger Stadium Express for FREE from Union Station with a valid Dodger's ticket. Click HERE for more info. Thanks, Luke, and have fun at the game!

Approximate cost of creative date idea = As low as $5 pp + taxes + fees + $15 Parking.
Actual value of the cheap date idea = $50 Total.

Kiss & Tell Date Idea by @TravelZooLA
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