All-you-can-eat packages come in various forms at Major League Baseball stadiums. Take a look:

Patio and Warning Track Parties: The Chicago White Sox offer these outfield parties with an All You Can Eat buffet from 90 minutes before first pitch to 30 minutes after the start of the game. The buffet includes barbecue ribs, Cajun chicken, fried chicken, hot dogs, burgers, side salads, beer, wine and soda. Prices range from $21 to $100 per person, depending on how much of the game you want to watch from the warning track.

All You Can Eat Seats: The Pittsburgh Pirates sell seats in the right-field bleachers, which include access to a dedicated All You Can Eat concessions stand. For $38 in advance ($43 on game day), fans can eat an unlimited amount of hot dogs, hamburgers, nachos, popcorn, peanuts, soda and ice cream sandwiches.

Lexus Presidents Club and PNC Diamond Club: The Washington Nationals offer these exclusive perches behind home plate, which come with unlimited access to a chef-driven “gourmet meal.” The meal can include hand-carved meats, pasta and “farm-to-fork” dishes featuring local fruits and vegetables. The Presidents Club spread also features an antipasto-and-salad bar and a “Sweet Shoppe” with gelato, cakes and cookies. Draft beer and wine are included in the price of admission, which can range from $170 to $400 per person, depending on the game and package.