Target Field offering family-friendly food, drink prices for 2019 Twins season

The cheapest beer at Target Field last year was $8.50.
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Eating and drinking at Minnesota Twins games will be a little more affordable this summer with the team announcing family-friendly food and drink prices for the upcoming season at Target Field. 

Here are the cheaper items the Twins plan to make available at the State Fair concession stands in sections 133 and 237. 

  • Hot dog - $4
  • Nachos - $4
  • Soft pretzels - $4
  • Peanuts - $3
  • Popcorn - $3
  • 16 oz. Pepsi, Diet Pepsi, Mountain Dew, Sierra Mist - $2
  • 12 oz. Budweiser or Bud Light - $5 (20 oz. for $9)

A full list of food and drink prices for the 2019 season isn't available, but prices from the 2018 season show that the 12 oz. Budweiser and Bud Lights were $3.50 more expensive last summer. 

2018 draft beer prices:

  • Domestic draft beers: $8.50/$9.50
  • Premium draft beers: $10/$11
  • Super premium draft beers: $11.50
  • Canned beers: $8.50 to $13.50

A hot dog last year at Target Field cost $5, pretzels with cheese were $6.50 and peanuts and popcorn were $5.50 each, respectively. 

The concessions at the State Fair stands in sections 133 and 237 will also feature self-ordering kiosks that might help speed up the lines. 

“The Twins are excited about partnering with Delaware North Sportservice to bring family-friendly concessions pricing to Target Field,” Twins president and CEO Dave St. Peter said in a release. 

“The affordability of the Target Field experience remains paramount to our efforts to attract kids and families to the ballpark. Moreover, we believe the family-friendly concessions will only further enhance Target Field’s longstanding reputation for delivering the best in food and beverage.”

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