Initially, most attendees seemed a bit shocked by the concession prices at Nationals Park. (I know that I can get five bottles of vitamin water for $5 at Safeway, but I get only one bottle for $5 at Nats Park.) However, I do believe the prices are comparable to other "high-end" sports venues.
To combat high prices and shrinking wallet, my husband and I tend to bring our dinner with us as the season progresses and we grow tired of the same old ballpark food. While we enjoy the treat of a ballpark dog and soft pretzel every now and again, we find more variety in our own kitchen--say a bratwurst and homemade sweet potato fries.
I recommend purchasing a soft-sided cooler from your local home store. Our cooler, which we purchased at Bed Bath & Beyond, has a great shoulder strap that can be worn across the body, it folds nicely for the trip home when the contents are depleted and it keeps cool items cool and hot items hot.
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