A recent Team Marketing Report has surveyed the Fan Cost Index of Major League Baseball teams and, after being overtaken in 2009 for the first year since 2001, Fenway Park is once again at the top of the chart.
The Fan Cost Index is the total price for a typical family of four to see a game. The FCI includes the price of two children’s tickets, two adult tickets, four small soft drinks, four hot dogs, two small drinks, two programs and parking. Fenway Park’s FCI was $334.78, making it the most expensive park to see a game.
The Cubs’ Wrigley Field came in at a close second with $329.74, while Yankee Stadium placed third at $316.32.