PHOENIX - If you're looking for a fun night out that won't break the bank, you may want to consider heading to the D-Backs next home game at Chase Field .
Tickets start at just $9 a game which will put you in the upper deck. There are also deals for food and merchandise. Hotdogs, soda and popcorn can be purchased for $1.50. Oh, and did we mention the $4 beers? That's the cheapest in all of baseball.
The team shop has hats and tops for sale that are less than $10.
On the flip side, if you and some of your buddies have between $3,500 and $4,500 you can rent out the pool in the outfield. The price depends on the opponent and the day of the week. However, if you split the cost of the pool with 34 other people, it'll cost about $100 per person. That includes a $700.food voucher and five parking passes.
A handful of games are still available if you would like to rent the pool this season.
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