Milwaukee Brewers / Miller Park Carry In Policy

April 29 by
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flickr-conspiracyofhappiness1A great way to save a few bucks at the ballpark is to bring your own food and drinks. Yes, you can bring in your own food and drinks provided they meet the carry-in policy at Miller Park.  Here is the official carry-in policy (just in case you needed a reminder to keep your broomstick and weapons at home):

Miller Park Carry-in Policy

Carry-in Policy Fans may not bring into Miller Park any cans, glass containers or alcohol. Soda, water or juice must be contained in factory sealed plastic bottles. Guests may bring food items into Miller Park using appropriate containers. All bags, purses, fanny packs or soft sided coolers must be 16″ x 16″ x 8″ or smaller and are subject to inspection. Hard-sided coolers are not allowed in the ballpark. Only food purchased within Miller Park will be allowed into suite areas. Please see Prohibited Items for a listing.

Prohibited Items

The following items are among those not permitted in Miller Park:
Alcohol
Bags (larger than 16″ x 16″ x 8″)
Brooms/broomsticks
Cans
Hard-sided Coolers
Glass Containers
Laser Pointers
Noise Makers
Non-Factory Sealed Plastic Containers
Throwing Items
Weapons
The list of prohibited items is subject to change without notice.

Do you bring your own food and drink into Miller Park? If so, what do you suggest to our readers?

Comments

10 Comments on Milwaukee Brewers / Miller Park Carry In Policy

  1. Sara on Wed, 29th Apr 2009 9:21 PM

    We bring our own soda, peanuts, and sometimes I’ll pop some popcorn before the game too. You’ll save a lot of money if you bring your own drinks.

  2. Bob on Tue, 30th Mar 2010 1:08 PM

    My friends and I always bring in a large bag of Doritos which they always allowed us to do if it is still factory sealed.

  3. Pablo Honey on Tue, 22nd Jun 2010 7:10 AM

    I havnt tried this at Miller Park yet, but when I went to games with my uncle in Cleveland he used to take a big Thermos with hot dogs in hot water in the ball park, along with a pack of buns. We we would use the condiments at the ballpark and save big $$$. Yes we are cheapskates, but more $$$ for $7 beers. Now thats livin the High Life

  4. Greg Lawler on Mon, 20th Jun 2011 8:59 PM

    Just curious if there is a restriction on lens sizes for camera’s at Miller Park. Some professional stadiums don’t allow lenses over a particular size. So just curious if Miller Park has any kind of policy?
    thanks,

  5. Lyle on Wed, 18th Jul 2012 8:45 AM

    Can you take an umbrella into Miller Park?

  6. Milwaukee Consumer on Thu, 19th Jul 2012 5:47 AM

    Lyle,

    That’s a good question. Although you probably don’t need an umbrella at Miller Park (thanks to the roof) you might want one to walk to your car before or after the game. Umbrellas aren’t named in their list of prohibited items, but to be on the safe side you can call the Brewers Guest Relations at 414-902-4900.

  7. Keith Kuether on Wed, 17th Apr 2013 2:29 PM

    are you allowed to bring a small umbrella into the park. Would be good to have on the way in and out – not to be opened in the park??

  8. john schwiner on Thu, 13th Jun 2013 8:53 PM

    I take my 4 grand daughters to the game often during the late summer. I bring in soda in plastic bottles, and water in plastic bottles,,and bags off snacks. we have heard that this not allowed. if this is true, we will not be able to attend as many games like we have done in the past. please respond back, so we can plan our future games. thank you john schwiner.

  9. Dean on Sat, 15th Jun 2013 4:17 PM

    From my understanding and experience, as long as the soda/water has not been opened, you can take it inside.

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