With retail getting back to normal circumstances for the Thanksgiving holiday, the Los Angeles Dodgers are holding their annual Blue Friday sale at the Dodger Stadium top of the park store through Sunday, November 27.
However, the store is closed for Thanksgiving. Merchandise is discounted up to 35%, with a variety of caps, jerseys, t-shirts and memorabilia items in stock.
The top of the park store at Dodger Stadium is open for all home games and regularly draws droves of fans, along with locations in the left field and right field plazas.
Earlier this year, those locations were instrumental in the Dodgers setting an All-Star Game record for merchandise sales at a ballpark. It surpassed the previous record by more than a 60% increase from Yankee Stadium revenue in 2008.
Additionally, the MLB store operated by Fanatics inside Play Ball Park at L.A. Live set an all-time sales record. All-Star Game merchandise sales on MLBShop.com and Fanatics recorded the highest totals in history and were up +57% from 2021.
More All-Star Game jerseys by Nike and New Era All-Star caps were sold on MLBShop.com than ever before.
Dodger Stadium top of the park store remodeled
Prior to Opening Day of the 2019 season, the top of the park store was remodeled to provide a modern shopping experience for fans. It also coincided with five-foot microphones being installed in the Retired Numbers Plaza outside the store to honor former broadcaster Vin Scully and current Spanish-language broadcaster Jaime Jarrín.
The two additionally remain affixed in the Dodger Stadium Ring of Honor.
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