The 7 most and least expensive stadiums to watch a Major League Baseball game

  • Most expensive: San Francisco Giants game at AT&T Park, $90.81

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    • Two tickets: $44.81
    • Two hot dogs: $11
    • Two beers: $14
    • Parking: $21

    AT&T Park is considered one of the best ballparks in America because most seats have spectacular views. The San Francisco Giants ranked No. 2 for most loyal fanbase by Forbes and had the third-highest attendance per game during the 2015 season, according to Baseball-Reference.com.

    The team's longtime popularity thanks to stars such as hard-hitter Barry Bonds and Giants legend Willie Mays has likely been boosted by the Giants' recent success, including World Series championships in 2010, 2012 and 2014. In fact, the Giants have sold out the 41,503-seat AT&T Park every season since 2010, according to Forbes. The team's tickets are more expensive than most, and parking, hot dog and beer prices are among the highest charged at any MLB ballpark.