Bulls Continue to Be Great Value for Fans

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Families at the Bulls
The Durham Bulls are one of the best values in Minor League Baseball.

Minor League Baseball recently released their 2010 Fan Cost Index with the Durham Bulls remaining one of the best values in the industry. The teams average of $54 for a family of four to have a night at the ballpark is lower than the overall ($57.70), Triple-A ($67.77), Double-A ($57.47) and Single-A ($57.44) averages.

“We look forward to seeing this report every year,” Durham Bulls General Manager Mike Birling said, “We take great pride in our ability to provide affordable family entertainment and in return the people in the Triangle continue to support us.”

The survey of the 160 minor league teams is based on the price of two adult tickets; two child tickets; four hot dogs; two sodas; two beers; a program and parking. The price for an adult ticket is $8 or less at more than 80% of Minor League Baseball’s stadiums.

The cost for a family of four to attend is even more economical when one considers that many clubs do not charge fans for parking, the berm seating available at numerous stadiums and the special ticket prices available to senior citizens, military personnel and children at most Minor League Baseball parks.

The Bulls started a 6-game homestand on Wednesday, April 21, 2010. Get your tickets here.

Thanks to DBBC’s Matt DeMargel for this capcom story & photo.



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