Brewers Ranked 5th in Affordability

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The Milwaukee Brewers are the fifth most affordable team for fans among the 30 teams in Major League Baseball.

The Brewers' average ticket price is about $21, about $5 less than the average MLB team.

The Arizona Diamondbacks have the cheapest ticket prices, while the New York Yankees have the highest at a whopping $73.

Brewers Executive Vice President Rick Schlesinger tells us it's important to keep prices low, so that everyone can enjoy the baseball experience.

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"We know affordability is the biggest issue for us to promote besides the team on the field given the economy and we are pleased that we again ranked among the most affordable experiences in all of baseball," said Schlesinger.

"There's about 55 dates during the season where we have some kind of ticket discount packages."

Half price tickets and special combination deals are available next week for the series against the Cincinnati Reds.