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Kansas City Royals v Detroit Tigers on Opening Day, March 31, 2014 (Photo: Leon Halip/ Getty Images) Kansas City Royals v Detroit Tigers on Opening Day, March 31, 2014 (Photo: Leon Halip/ Getty Images)  

The price for proposing at an MLB game

Has Opening Day inspired you to pop the question at the ballpark?

Well, Swimmingly has charted out the cost to propose to your significant other at each of the 30 Major League Baseball stadiums.

Most stadiums offer different proposal packages that range in price — the cheapest giving you some time on the big screen for your message to be written out, and the most expensive packages broadcasting you down on your knee in front of the entire stadium. Either way, the prices are surprisingly not as steep as you’d think and all proceeds go to charity, according to Swimmingly.

The New York Yankees, the richest team in the league, according to Forbes, only charge $100 to feature proposals on the Yankee Stadium big screen.

The Detroit Tigers offer a unique package where the team mascot, Paws, comes to the couples’ seats and engages them in a trivia game that ends (hopefully) in an actual engagement. The $50 purchase also includes a decorated baseball compliments of the stadium.

Only five of the 30 major league stadiums don’t offer proposal packages, so Blue Jays, Angels, Royals, Orioles, and Mets fans are out of luck.

The Los Angeles Dodgers and Washington Nationals offer the most expensive packages by far.

For $2,500, you can be filmed proposing at Dodgers Stadium, which only broadcast one per month. Nationals Park only feature two proposals on its live screen per season at the steep price of $2,500. Both have cheaper options that get the question on the big screen sans broadcast.