Just about everyone in the state of Iowa have entered the Field of Dreams MLB Ticket Lottery to win a chance to buy tickets to the once-in-a-lifetime game being held in Dyersville. Everyone wants to know how much they're going to have to shell out to be able to see the game.

An email that went out to White Sox Season Ticket holders highlighted a separate ticket lottery, exclusive to season ticket holders.

"If you are one of the chosen entrants, two (2) tickets must be bought at $400 each. The email notes that for the avoidance of doubt, if selected, the recipient will be obligated to make a purchase. All tickets will be mobile only and delivered approximately 24 hours prior to the game to avoid being resold," the email said.

It's worth pointing out that for this specific lottery, it says "If selected, the recipient will be obligated to make a purchase."

This doesn't apply to the Iowa resident ticket lottery. If you get the email and don't see a price you like, you can pass up on it.

Further down in the email, says if you're selected, "the credit card entered in the survey attached at the bottom of the email will be charged for the full $800 amount."

The game takes place August 12th, and if you don't get tickets, it will be broadcast on FOX.

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