Welcome to part 2 of the MLB Ballpark Empire tips and tricks guide! Click here to go back to part 1 of the guide.
Whenever you’re in the game mode, if you want to make it much easier to tap concessions faster, zoom all the way out. The ballpark will shrink but the concessions won’t and neither will any of the Fandom, coins, training slots or other prizes that the fans drop when you feed their hunger. This makes everything much, much easier to see (especially Fandom, which tends to blend into the crowd when you are zoomed in).
Run out of blueprints but don’t have any friends that play the game? Go to your quests menu and start completing some quests in order to earn more blueprints as prizes. If you have no quests which earn blueprints, complete other ones and some new ones will pop up. If you STILL don’t have any at that point, then start finding people to add on Facebook. You can find people on the official fan page for the game, or if you want to post an “Add Me” request on the comments page at the bottom of this article you can do that as well.
Load up the area surrounding your ballpark with parking lots in order to make some extra money. Build two or three of them, but you have to upgrade them before it really becomes worth it to do jobs with them. In addition, building the warehouse will enable to buy items that you need in order to complete concessions and buildings, while the warehouse will let you trade for them.
Play against the teams with the lowest scores early on in order to establish a winning record without having to use your game changer cards, and thus be able to load up on fans. Later on, play against the stronger teams. By then you should have built up some game changer cards, or even gotten enough money to build up a stronger team.
None of the surroundings have any real use other than to complete quests and to make your ballpark look good. Sell them if they start to take up space, so that you can earn your coins back.