I love catching a Minnesota Twins game with my family or friends at Target Field. I wouldn't call myself a die-hard baseball fan, but there's something special about enjoying the sunshine, watching the game, and chowing down on ballpark food.

I always stick to the traditional hot dog and beer combo, but there's no shortage of creative concession options to explore. And for those with big appetites, there's even an 'all you can eat' option.

How Much Does It Cost To Go To a Twins Game:

Moneygeek.com studied the cost of attending Major League Baseball games and found that, on average, it costs around $140 for a family of four, covering everything from parking to snacks and tickets.



Minnesota Twins game at Target Field is well below that average. They say the average price for a family to enjoy a game in Minnesota is only about $85. The Miami Marlins are the only team that offers a cheaper option, with a game day costing just $83 for a family.

Minnesota Twins Announce All You Can Eat Option

"We're thrilled to offer an exciting lineup of food and beverage options for the 2024 Twins season, featuring both returning favorites and new local partners," said Pete Spike, Delaware North’s general manager at Target Field.

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The Twins introduced several new food options this year, such as S’mores Boozy Ice Cream, which is a mix of vodka and toasted marshmallow syrup with chocolate soft serve ice cream (you can find it at Gate 34), and East Coast BBQ Mac N’ Meat, which is mac and cheese topped with your choice of chicken, rib tips, or pulled pork (available at Section 131). Additionally, fans now have the chance to enjoy an 'all you can eat' game.

How To Get ‘All You Can Eat’ Seats at Minnesota Twins Games

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You won't leave hungry if you get tickets in Legends Landing. This area is located in Sections S, T, U and V and is an all-inclusive game ticket starting at $42 and featuring all-you can eat hot dogs, burgers, chicken tenders, chips, peanuts, assorted Pepsi products, bottled water and frozen desserts.

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