The NFL season is just around the corner. Whether you’re an Eagles fan and are just a short drive from the Linc or a fan of another team a short drive or plane ride away, beer is probably going to be on your mind when you head into the game. So, what is the cost of a beer at every NFL stadium? How do the Eagles prices stack up? We will tell you soon.
Every year, sports business data firm Team Marketing Report releases its NFL Fan Cost Index and what they found, the price of beer differs from stadium to stadium across the country. Statista has really good data on this, too. And the price of a beer seems to be totally unrelated to how good the team is. A beer at a Jaguars game is double what they charge in Cincinnati at a Bengals game. They could charge more. Some teams are charging upwards of $11 which is why some fans across the country may choose to tailgate for an extra hour. Maybe a lower priced option should be available? The Washington Commanders have no business charging for beer at all. They should make beer free to anyone willing to buy a ticket. With some of these prices you should have your own bartender or at least get a free hot dog out of it! Sheesh!
Keep in mind that inflation is running pretty high right now, so these prices could go up!
Pretty simple, team name, price for a small draft beer, fun picture.
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If you were lucky enough to make bets on any of the following longshot winners, you stood to make a lot of money. Here are the top-10 longest-odds winners in Super Bowl history.
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