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Hopper Figures Out How to Fly to All 30 Major League Baseball Stadiums

May 23, 2014 at 7:17 AM | by | ()

Vacation season has finally arrived, and we have to say that there’s no better way to celebrate the warmer weather than with the boys of summer and a little bit of baseball. We’ve been slowly but surely crossing visits to the country’s baseball stadiums off our to-do list, but thanks to a little research by the folks over at Hopper you can get it all done this summer—for just a few thousand bucks.

Hopper does their thing offering up vacation ideas, flight research, and other travel tidbits. Their most recent research was especially interesting, as they’ve revealed the secret on how one can fly to all 30 major league ballparks for around $2,400.

They’ve got some smart folks doing all this planning, and that means you’ll be doing a little more flying while saving more money. The routes they have picked out will take you to 24 airports, but the cheapest options allow you to enjoy—or curse—60% more travel while saving like 20% on the tickets and transportation.

Tables, figures, and other visualizations reveal all the bits, pieces, and details, and we have to say that this is pretty darn awesome and some strong work. Now we just need to figure out where to get the funds for all those tickets.

[Photo: Hopper]

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