CINCINNATI - As baseball season begins across America, Great American Ball Park may have more to boast than just the Reds.
According to a CNN Money report , Cincinnati has one of the best deals in the nation when it comes to food.
Reds fans can still get a hot dog for just $1 at GABP. If you live in New York, a hot dog at the Mets' Citi Field will cost you at least $6.25.
The report states that most baseball fans pay between $3 and $5 for a basic hot dog and $5 to $7 for a cheap beer.
At GABP, fans can buy five hot dogs and three 14-ounce beers for just $20.
Over in Cleveland, $20 will only get you four hot dogs and two 12-ounce beers. In Pittsburgh, that same money will net two hot dogs and two 16-ounce beers.
Head east to St. Louis and for $18.50, fans can get two hot dogs and two 12-ounce beers. Chicago Bears fans have to shell out $17.75 for one 16-ounce beer and two hot dogs.
For thrifty Reds fans, you can even bring your own food in. Patrons are allowed to bring in unopened bottles of water and soda. Fans can also bring in food as long as the food is in small zip lock bags and security can see them.
Ballpark officials said if fans do bring in food they must use a soft-sided cooler smaller than 16 inches in length – hard-sided coolers are not allowed.
However, fans still can't bring in their own alcohol.
To read the CNN Money report in its entirety, go to: http://money.cnn.com/2013/03/31/pf/baseball-prices/ .
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