The re-election campaign for Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday announced a spring schedule of fundraising events, with tickets that range in the small-dollar amount to more expensive outings, including one event at Yankee Stadium.

Tickets for a May 8 fundraiser at a Yankees game against the Seattle Mariners in the Bronx fetch $5,000, according to an email invitation obtained by Capital Tonight.

Another event on May 21, LGBTQ for Cuomo Happy Hour in New York City has tickets starting at $25. An additional “happy hour” event in Glen Cove has the ticket price starting at $50.

But there are also large-dollar events scheduled.

On June 2, Cuomo’s campaign will host a Long Island Cocktail Reception in Great Neck, with tickets also starting at $5,000.

The Cuomo campaign also advised an evening dinner reception in New York City, with no date set, with tickets ranging from $1,000 to $10,000.

Cuomo is considered to be a prolific fundraiser, easily outraising and outspending both his main rivals last year, including Republican Marc Molinaro and Democratic primary opponent Cynthia Nixon.

Under scrutiny for what has been a reliance on large donations, Cuomo’s campaign began reaching out to small dollar donors last year.

The budget agreement this year included the creation of a commission that could overhaul the state’s campaign finance laws, including the implementation of a system of publicly funded campaigns.