Cheap Drinks at Stadiums
Opening Day for Major League Baseball is approaching so it’s time to stock up on CopyCapit. Get Ready, spring is around the corner! Carry your CopyCapit sealed water bottle filled with spirits into the BallPark and have cheap drinks to save your wallet from concession prices. Check the websites for updated information!
Stadium beverage guidelines:
Angels, Angel Stadium of Anaheim
– Bottled water will be allowed in the ballpark as long as it conforms to the specifications: must be in a “store bought” clear plastic bottle and must be no larger than 1 Liter (33.814USfluid ounces).
Athletics, Oakland Coliseum
– Food and drinks in plastic bottles are allowed.
Blue Jays, Toronto
– Plastic bottles holding 600 milliliters or less will be permitted.
Braves, Atlanta Turner Field
– Drinks (non-glass, non-aluminum) are permitted.
Brewers, Milwaukee Miller Park
– Guests may bring soda, water or juice must be contained in factory sealed plastic bottles.
Cardinals, St Louis Busch Stadium
– Non-alcoholic beverages including water and soda in open cups or in clear plastic bottles no larger than 2 liters are allowed.
Cubs, Chicago Wrigley Field
– Sealed bottled water is allowed to be brought into the stadium
Diamondbacks, Arizona Chase Field
– Only non-flavored/non-carbonated water in sealed, plastic bottles, empty plastic water bottles and sealed, single-serving juice boxes are allowed.
Dodgers, Los Angeles Dodgers Stadium
– Unbroken, factory sealed plastic bottles of water and other non-alcoholic beverages of a liter or less are permitted.
Giants, San Francisco AT&T Park
– Sealed plastic bottles and soft-sided juice containers are allowed.
Indians, Cleveland Progressive Field
– Small single-serving juice boxes and food items are permitted. Plastic beverage containers are prohibited.
Mariners, Seattle SAFECO Field
– No outside beverages, including water/ice. Guests may bring in empty plastic sports bottles and fill them at any of the 66 drinking fountains located throughout the ballpark.
Marlins, Florida Sun Life Stadium
– Plastic soft drink – cap seal NOT broken and Plastic water bottle.
Mets, New York Citi Field
– Guests may bring in one, soft, plastic, factory-sealed water bottles of 20 ounces or less.
Nationals, Washington Nationals Park
– One per person factory-sealed, plastic water bottle no larger than 1 liter will be permitted.
Orioles, Baltimore Oriole Park Camden Yards
– Non-alcoholic beverages in sealed plastic bottles permitted into the park.
Padres, San Diago PETCO Park
– Factory-sealed, bottled water that is twenty (20) ounces or less and soft-sided single juice or milk containers are the only outside beverages permitted.
Phillies, Philadelphia Citizens Ballpark
– Fans can bring in food and plastic, unopened bottles of water.
Pirates, PittsburghPNC Park
– Guests are permitted to bring bottled water. Water bottles should not exceed 24 ounces in size, and must be clear, plastic, sealed and disposable.
Rangers, Texas Rangers Ballpark in Arlington
– Drinks are allowed only in cardboard or plastic containers.
Rays, Tampa Bay Rays Tropicana Field
– Bottled water must be sealed and no more than one liter in volume.
Red Sox, Boston Fenway Park
– Sealed bottled waters of 16 ounces or less are allowed.
Reds, Cincinnati Great American Ball Park
– Guests are welcome to bring in soft drinks and water provided they are in clear plastic bottles and the safety seal has not been broken.
Rockies, Colorado Coors Field
– Plastic beverage containers and insulated cups or thermoses 22 ounces or smaller.
Royals, Kansas City Kauffman Stadium
– Guests may bring water into the stadium, provided the water is in a plastic bottle or cup.
Tigers, Detroit Comerica Park
– Guests are permitted to bring factory sealed clear bottles of unflavored water. Outside food and beverage is not permitted in the suites.
Twins, Minnesota Target Field
– Sealed, bottled water 32 oz. or less and soft-sided single juice or milk containers are the only outside beverages permitted.
White Sox, Chicago U.S. Cellular Field
– Guests can carry in each one sealed plastic bottle of water, one liter or less in size, but no other beverages of any kind.
Yankees, New York Yankee Stadium
– Clear factory-sealed plastic water bottles 1 liter in size or smaller. The water bottle must be full and factory-sealed.