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Continued: Striking out on tickets for All-Star Game? Go (relatively) cheap

For instance, the Red Carpet show, where players parade through town before the game, is free. “People can just show up,” he said.

And attending FanFest might include a brush with a baseball great. “In many instances, you can be up close to a player,” Bourne said.

If these prices seem high, take a deep breath. By 2018, when the Super Bowl comes to Minneapolis, who knows how much tickets will run? They already start at $800 each.

 

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