Philadelphia Phillies Dollar Dog Nights are one of the most popular promotions of the season. With only two on the Phillies’ schedule, Dollar Dog Nights has been reestablished in multiple places in South Philadelphia.
Live! Casino Philadelphia is offering Dollar Dogs at Sports & Social during every Phillies home game for the rest of the season.
And yes, the Phillies finally added a third Dollar Dog Night to the schedule.
Phillies Dollar Dog Night schedule
PlayPennsylvania first reported on May 6 that the Phillies only had two Dollar Dog Nights this season which occurred early in May. It’s fewer Dollar Dog Nights than previous seasons.
Here is the recent schedule of Dollar Dog Nights from the past few seasons:
- 2021: The Phillies had three Dollar Dog Nights last season, even though Philadelphia did not allow full capacity crowds at Citizens Bank Park until June 4.
- 2019: The last season with no fan restrictions, the Phillies had four Dollar Dog Nights.
- 2018: Three Dollar Dog Nights.
PlayPennylvania emailed the Phillies’ public relations department on May 5 to confirm the lack of Dollar Dog Nights but didn’t hear back.
A call to Senator Bob Casey’s office by Phillies fan and Crossing Broad contributor Kyle Pagan moved the needle. PlayPennsylvania emailed the Phillies public relations department on May 20 to confirm the report but again did not hear back.
Though there has been no announcement, an update to the Phillies website says that a third Dollar Dog Night has been added to the schedule on Sept. 21 vs. Toronto.
Phillies game promos at Live! Casino Philadelphia
Live! Casino Philadelphia has the answer for Phillies fans craving dollar dogs every night. During every Phillies home game for the remainder of the season at Sports & Social, they will have $1 hot dogs. All proceeds will go to local animal rescue charities.
Brian Uran, Vice President of Marketing at Live! Casino Philadelphia, commented:
“We’re thrilled to now offer Phillies fans what they’ve been craving – $1 hot dogs during all Phillies home games this season at Sports & Social, which also happens to be the best place to watch the game. It was evident from the flurry of media coverage that Phillies fans missed their dollar dogs, so we found a way to make this fun community promotion in the Stadium District even bigger, and all for a great cause.”
If you are headed to the Phillies game, there are plenty of reasons to consider stopping at Live! Casino Philadelphia before or after the game.
- The FanDuel Sportsbook has a 52-foot LED display, teller windows and sports betting kiosks.
- Happy hour at Sports & Social is Monday through Thursday from 4:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. It has $4 Domestics, $5 Cocktails, $6 Wines, and 1/2 priced appetizers.
- After the game at Center Bar and Sports & Social, show your Phillies ticket to get post-game drink specials including $4 beer, $5 cocktails, and $6 wine selections.
How to park for free at Phillies games
Do you want to pay $22 to park or do you want to park for free? You can park for free at the Live! Casino Philadelphia parking lot, but you can’t tailgate. It’s a solid trade-off if you can latch onto a friend’s tailgate.
Live! Rewards Card members who are Gold card members and above park for free during Phillies home games in the Darien Street self-park garage.
Classic card members can get reimbursed for parking fees in free slot play. Also, if you place a bet of $100 or more at the FanDuel Sportsbook at Live! during a Phillies home game, you’ll get reimbursed for parking.
If you are not a Gold Card (or above) member, you can pay $30 to park at Live!. Present your receipt at Live! rewards center and get $30 in free play.
Phillies fans love Dollar Dog Night
Fans haven’t given up the fight either for another Dollar Dog Night at CBP.
— Rell (@rellgottsnacks) June 3, 2022
Would give up an entire week of pride just to be at a dollar dog night at the Phillies stadium 😞
— Kris K (@XoxoGossipTurg) June 2, 2022
Send Girardi to AAA next in exchange for another dollar dog night
— Cameron Panase (@Panase31) June 1, 2022
Turns out Girardi may have been the sacrifice for another Dollar Dog Night.