How I Saved $75 At Citizens Bank Park

How I Saved $75 At Citizens Bank Park

I live in South Jersey, about a 15-minute drive from Citizens Bank Park. Recently a few of my wife’s relatives visited from North Carolina, and they asked me about going to a game, since none of them had yet seen the “new” Philly ballpark.

I get nervous about things like this, since I have something of a reputation to keep. But we did fairly well.

citizens bank park outside

Where’s the concrete?

There were five of us, and I saved us $11 each on the face price of tickets with SeatGeek ($55 total), and found them a parking spot that was $6 cheaper than the Phillies lots (and closer to the ballpark than some of them).

On the way to the game we stopped at a produce shop for a $3 bag of peanuts that was enough for everyone, so that probably saved about $9 if we had bought peanuts inside. I saved $4.50 myself on a free soda.

citizens bank park ashburn alley

“Now if you squint really hard here, you can see the Bull.”

Inside the ballpark I was something of a tour guide, answering all of their food questions…Wayback burgers, Tony Luke’s, the Schmitter, Federal Donuts, etc. There were two young ones with us that enjoyed the explanation of the neon Liberty Bell in right field.

We had great seats, in the 12th row just behind first base, and they got to try the classic cheesesteaks: the Tony Luke’s with provolone and the Campo’s “Heater”.

citizens bank park cheesesteaks campos heater

Now you know you’re in Philly.

A great time was had by all, followed by a very easy exit out of the parking lot back onto the highway. All for about $75 less than it normally would cost.

I’m not trying to brag here. Well okay, I am a little bit. I was pleased enough with the accomplishment that I literally considered hiring myself out as a Baseball Fan Consultant. <grin>

But think about what it costs to gather a group for a ballgame…the tickets, the parking, the food, souvenirs etc. You’re probably going to do that sometime in the future, or at least be part of such a group, right? Now imagine shaving $75 off of that total cost.

What could you do with that $75 while you’re in town? Get a nice souvenir, like a jersey? Enjoy a nice meal in Center City? Or even get yourself some gray sweats for the authentic “Rocky running up the Art Museum steps” experience?

citizens bank park tips phanatic rocky

True Philly genius.

Your mileage may vary, of course. But everything that I pulled out of my bag o’ tricks that night…and lots of other hip smarts…are all contained in the Citizens Bank Park E-Guide. You can own it now for a paltry $6.99!

That’s just one case study…I will be including more in the future. But needless to say, you can save money with any Ballpark E-Guide…they’re all packed to the gills with insider knowledge to make you a smarter fan no matter what the situation. Sometimes with as much as $75 left over!

$258.50.

That’s how much it cost a family of four to see a Phillies game at Citizens Bank Park in 2016, according to the MLB Fan Cost Index.

Are you planning a trip to the City of Brotherly Love for a Phillies game? Do you want to slash that ridiculous total, AND find a great seat, parking spot, and a tasty sandwich at the game?

The Citizens Bank Park E-Guide is your complete insider’s guide to the beautiful Philadelphia ballpark, full of money-saving tips…and you can download and own it today!

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Guide to Citizens Bank Park

Complete Guide to Citizens Bank Park!

 

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