More bang for the buck out of the Indians this year -- because they're cutting prices at Progressive Field. Hot dogs down to three bucks, beers to four for 2013. They'll also have 15 Dollar Dog Nights, and soda prices will see drops in prices, too.
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(Cleveland Indians) Filling up on ballpark favorites will cost fans less this year at Progressive Field.
Prices for many top-selling items have been reduced for the upcoming 2013 season. Most notably, hot dogs will start at $3 -- a 33% reduction over 2012 prices -- and 12-ounce domestic beers will be $4, a drop of up to 24% over last year. Both of these rollbacks will be available to fans for every game of the upcoming 2013 season.
“We’ve asked our fans what they want most in their ballpark experience at Progressive Field, and more affordable concessions prices routinely top the list,” said Indians president MARK SHAPIRO. “This is a way for us to let fans know we’re listening to them and that we value them.”
Plus, on 15 occasions in the 2013 season, hot dogs will start at $1: The Indians will partner with Sugardale to present 15 Dollar Dog Nights at Progressive Field, an addition of 6 nights over the total number in 2012.
The $4, 12-ounce beer price extends to all draft and can domestic beer located throughout the ballpark, and also applies to the “Your Dad’s Beer Stand,” which features popular nostalgic beer brands.
In addition to the hot dog and beer price reductions, nachos, pretzels, popcorn, pizza and bratwursts will see a drop in prices up to 25%. Plus, soda refills will be only $2.