Inflation is everywhere, you can’t hide from it. Here in Delaware gas prices are once again inching up to 4 dollars a gallon. I just want to go to a game, have a few drinks, and leave the real world behind for a few hours. But, we need to maintain a budget. That’s why you should always pregame. I saw that an Eagles fan showed up in the parking lot at 4:30 am for an 8:15 pm kickoff. That’s some absolute dedication there. Did someone track that guy down to see if he was still conscious come game time? I admire you, sir. I’m guessing if this guy could still function at an NFL game, he was unfazed by the price of beer in the stadium.

So, you got a couple in you, and you’re ready to head into the stadium. That’s where I miss the old days of cash. With cash, you knew how much you had, and that’s what you spent. Credit cards can get out of hand.

So let’s examine the price of a beer in each of the 32 NFL stadiums.

I realize the way we rank ’em can be a bit controversial. Last year, Fox5 in Washington, DC was upset at me because the Commanders had the most expensive beer and I called them out for it. Their cheapest beer was $16. More than triple some of the others. I publicly shamed Fed Ex Field, the home of the Washington Commanders for having the most expensive-lowest priced beer in the NFL. Less than a year later, Dan Snyder sold the team. And guess what? There’s now cheaper beer prices at Fed Ex Field. YOU’RE WELCOME, WASHINGTON (and your team is much better this year, too).

This year, bookies.com collected the necessary data. They reached out to teams and used other local sources, then took beer prices and converted them all to 16-ounce size. So this year it’s an apples to apple thing. How much is 16 oz of beer? I guess Los Angeles is gonna be mad at me this year, so here goes…

  • Los Angeles Rams $13.75

    So Fi Stadium is on top of the list this year at $13.75 for a beer at a Rams game. Take notice, that at least this is less than what they were charging for the College Football Playoffs earlier this year. It was $17 for a Modelo. The Rams had low expectations entering the season, but have started off stronger than most thought.

  • Los Angeles Chargers $13.75

    The fans have noted that So Fi is definitely pricey. That $13.75 a beer might be too low. A ‘good’ beer is around $20. The Chargers seemingly always get the ball down 1 score in the final 2 minutes of the game. Some fans need that beer at $13.75 to calm the nerves week in and week out.

    Chargers fans

    Fans slap hands during a game between the Miami Dolphins and the Los Angeles Chargers at SoFi Stadium on September 10, 2023 in Inglewood, California. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers $12

    It’s $13 for a domestic draft. That’s probably a 20 oz, which is why we have $12/16 oz. The 8 dollars the charge for a hot dog? That’s a crime. As long as Baker and the Bucs keep winning, fans will be fine paying this much for a beer.

    Buccaneers fans

    A Tampa Bay Buccaneers fan poses prior to the first round of the 2023 NFL Draft at Union Station on April 27, 2023 in Kansas City, Missouri. (Photo by David Eulitt/Getty Images)

  • San Francisco 49'ers $11.50

    This team looks like a Super Bowl contender. Number 4 on the beer price list. I’m curious what the wine selection is with Napa Valley just around the corner. On the field the 49ers are a juggernaut even though there are still question marks around Brock Purdy.

  • Jacksonville Jaguars - $11.50

    Again, that price is 16 oz of draft. You want a can of Mich Ultra? $15. The Jags are finally a team with high expectations, and in a recent poll most residents are fine if the team relocates.

    Jacksonville Jaguars fans

    A Jacksonville Jaguars fan holds up a sign during a game against the Tennessee Titans at TIAA Bank Field on January 07, 2023 in Jacksonville, Florida. (Photo by Mike Carlson/Getty Images)

  • New Orleans Saints $11.50

    $15 for a large beer, but you gotta look for the specials. Found one even cheaper than the reported $11.50 in a preseason game – $10.49 for a domestic can. The Saints offensively have been difficult to watch at times, but wins are wins. And the Saints are winning football games.

    New Orleans Saints fans

    Fans cheer for the New Orleans Saints at Caesars Superdome on October 09, 2022 in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)

  • Philadelphia Eagles - $11

    This must be a special deal somewhere. I’ve never heard of anyone being happy about beer prices at the Linc. But maybe that’s a good thing considering the reputation of the Philadelphia sports fan. The Eagles can charge whatever they want for beer as long as the team remains a Super Bowl contender.

  • Chicago Bears - $11

    $14 for a beer seems to be the norm. Probably a 20 oz and if you do the math, there you go. The Titans figure to play close, low-scoring games throughout 2023. If Ryan Tannehill throws 3 picks in a game at home, the fans might need something harder than beer.

    Tennessee Titans fan

    A Tennessee Titans fan cheers against the Indianapolis Colts before the game at Nissan Stadium on October 23, 2022 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

  • Tennessee Titans - $11.50

    $14 for a beer seems to be the norm. Probably a 20 oz and if you do the math, there you go. The Titans figure to play close, low-scoring games throughout 2023. If Ryan Tannehill throws 3 picks in a game at home, the fans might need something harder than beer.

    Tennessee Titans fan

    A Tennessee Titans fan cheers against the Indianapolis Colts before the game at Nissan Stadium on October 23, 2022 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

  • Las Vegas Raiders - $10

    Someone tell me if you can find a $10 beer at Allegiant. 1 domestic beer at Allegiant Stadium is $19. The Raiders had low expectations coming into 2023, but so far Jimmy G has shown the ability to keep Las Vegas in games against the bottom half of the NFL. 

    Los Vegas Raiders fan

    A Las Vegas Raiders fan looks on against the Kansas City Chiefs during the first half of the game at Allegiant Stadium on January 07, 2023 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Jeff Bottari/Getty Images)

  • Pittsburgh Steelers - $10

    Another spot where your beer may freeze before you finish it. I do love the little ‘markets’ they have set up to help avoid lines. Steelers Nation was optimistic about Kenny Pickett and the offense entering the season. Those opinions have changed after the slow offensive start. Is it Matt Canada? Is it Kenny Pickett? Or is it the offensive line? No matter who’s to blame, Mike Tomlin needs to get it figured out.

    Pittsburgh Steelers fan

    A Pittsburgh Steelers fan cheers on their team against the Cleveland Browns during the third quarter at Acrisure Stadium on September 18, 2023 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Justin K. Aller/Getty Images)

  • Carolina Panthers - $10

    What looks to be about a 24 oz beer is $15, so the math checks out. Unfortunately with those clear plastic cups that beer gets warm – fast. Bryce Young has had a tough start to his career and is already injured. There were questions about his size coming into the league, and those questions are now only getting louder.

    Carolina Panthers fan

    A Carolina Panthers fan looks on prior to the game between the New Orleans Saints and the Carolina Panthers at Bank of America Stadium on September 18, 2023 in Charlotte, North Carolina. (Photo by Jared C. Tilton/Getty Images)

  • Seattle Seahawks - $9.50

    Not sure where this is at Lumen Field. Most beers are $15. Maybe there’s a draft special somewhere? Geno Smith looked like he regressed to his pre-2022 form in week 1. As Geno goes, this offense goes. Playoff hopes remain in play for the 12th man.

    Seattle Seahawks fan

    A fan cheers during the game between the Seattle Seahawks and the Los Angeles Rams at Lumen Field on September 10, 2023 in Seattle, Washington. (Photo by Steph Chambers/Getty Images)

  • Dallas Cowboys - $9.50

    $12 gets you a 20 oz draft, so this one checks out. That’s if you can find it. Otherwise be ready for $16 for a can. Has any team started 2023 more impressively than the Cowboys? Dak has not turned the ball over, and the Cowboys offense looks awesome. Let’s see how Travon Diggs’ ACL injury effects the defense.

    Dallas Cowboys fan

    A Dallas Cowboys fan poses prior to the first round of the 2023 NFL Draft at Union Station on April 27, 2023 in Kansas City, Missouri. (Photo by David Eulitt/Getty Images)

  • Green Bay Packers - $9.50

    Yes, you can get a beer at Lambeau Field for around $10, but you need to drink it fast. It’ll either freeze or the Packers will score a touchdown and you’ll need to throw it. The Jordan Love era looks different than the Favre-Rodgers 30 year run. But this defense is legit and will keep them in a ton of football games.

    Green Bay Packers fan

    Fans of Green Bay Packers pose for a photograph prior to kick off of the NFL match between New York Giants and Green Bay Packers at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on October 09, 2022 in London, England. (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images)

  • Buffalo Bills - $9.20

    Bills fans are also required (it seems) to throw that beer on any fan wearing the opposing team’s jersey. So, it adds up. Josh Allen has got to get the turnovers out of his game. That and the rushing attack are the two biggest question marks with this offense.

  • Kansas City Chiefs - $9

    The local sports talk station once held a poll asking fans if they were willing to pay an extra dollar a beer to help pay for Mahomes’ contract. Overwhelmingly, they said yes. And how about the Chiefs defense?! Chris Jones or not, that unit has showed up this season. The offense can explode at any moment as long at 15 and 87 are on the field. Although the offensive line needs to improve.

    Kansas City Chiefs fan

    A young fan wearing goggles looks on prior to the game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Detroit Lions at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium on September 07, 2023 in Kansas City, Missouri. (Photo by David Eulitt/Getty Images)

  • Baltimore Ravens - $8.75

    A $10 beer that’s bigger than a 16 oz. So we get $8.75  I dunno. Math. Last year’s list had them at $6.50. on the field Lamar and the new look offense have looked really good. Zay Flowers is a name to remember. Defensively they are thin on the back end, but as the offense gets more comfortable they will rely on that unit to win games.

    Baltimore Ravens fan

    A fan looks on during the fourth quarter of the Baltimore Ravens and Houston Texans game at M&T Bank Stadium on September 10, 2023 in Baltimore, Maryland. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)

  • New England Patriots - $8.40

    That new Beer Hall looks pretty sweet. probably more than $8.40 there, though. What is Mac Jones? He’s looked solid to start the season, but the offense as a whole lacks explosion. I don’t know if that’s on Jones, Bill O’Brien, or Bill Belichick for not surrounding Mac with enough game changing weapons.

  • Arizona Cardinals - $8.15

    Last year was $6.50, but I don’t think the team has gotten better. I think beer prices should coincide with wins. Last year a can of beer was $13. Jonathan Gannon’s tenure started… strange. He’s awkward at press conference and the clips the team puts out paint him in the same light. There are issues with the roster, but they’re playing hard for their coach which is all that matter.

    Arizona Cardinals fans

    Fans stand for the national anthem during the NFL game at State Farm Stadium on September 17, 2023 in Glendale, Arizona. The Giants defeated the Cardinals 31-28. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

  • Denver Broncos - $8

    I’m hearing that $13 is the norm. Maybe there’s a secret location for the $8 16 oz drafts? Finding the cheap beer might be a priority for Broncos fans (Let’s Ride) if Russell Wilson continues to blow leads. The defense has taken a big step back from their form in 2022. There are real issues in Denver.

    Denver Broncos fan

    A Denver Broncos fan cheers during his team’s game against the Las Vegas Raiders at Empower Field At Mile High on September 10, 2023 in Denver, Colorado. (Photo by Justin Edmonds/Getty Images)

  • Indianapolis Colts - $8

    I saw a tweet where someone said they got a beer for $7 at Lucas Oil Stadium. Those midwest stadiums are the best. And while we’re on the Colts, can they please try to keep Anthony Richardson healthy. The guy is electric on the field and makes Colts football much more watchable.

    Indianapolis Colts fans

    An Indianpolis Colts fans shows his team spirit outside the stadium before a game between the Colts and the Jacksonville Jaquars at Lucas Oil Stadium on September 10, 2023 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

  • Minnesota Vikings - $7.90

    Can’t just get a beer here, need a bucket of cheese curds to go with. Skol 👏🏼! On the field the Vikings seem like they’re in a bit of a transition. It’s the final year Kirk Cousins is under contract, and discussions between the team and Justin Jefferson about a contract extension has not gone well according to reports.

    Minnesota Vikings fans

    A Minnesota Vikings fan poses during the first half against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at U.S. Bank Stadium on September 10, 2023 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. (Photo by David Berding/Getty Images)

  • Cleveland Browns - $7

    Fuel for the Dawg Pound. Joe’s dad is a Browns fan. It’s been a difficult time for him. Nick Chubb is done for the season, which means their success relies on the right arm of Deshaun Watson… oh boy. Defensively the team is very good.

    Clevelnad Browns fans

    A Cleveland Browns fan looks on during the 2023 Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Ceremony at Tom Benson Hall Of Fame Stadium on August 05, 2023 in Canton, Ohio. (Photo by Nick Cammett/Getty Images)

     

  • Atlanta Falcons $7

    One of the very few stadiums that post their prices online. Because they are that good. $2 hot dog, $3 nachos, and 12 oz beers are just $5. The Falcons have been one of the bigger surprises in the NFL this season. The team is young and very physical. I wonder if Desmond Ridder can take the next step and really unlock Kyle Pitts and Drake London.

    Mercedes-Benz Stadium

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  • Washington Commanders - $6.75

    That’s all it took? You get rid of Snyder and you go from the highest beer price to one of the lowest? That’s the pregame price, but still – huge improvement. Nice work. Sam Howell and Eric Bieniemy look to be a good partnership for the Commanders. And the defense can get after the quarterback if the offense can give them leads.

  • Cincinnati Bengals - $6.60

    They were listed at $5.27 last year. $6.60 this year although I’ve not seen anything less than $11. It’s feeling like the 2023 season is going to come down to Joe Burrow’s calf and how it recovers. I think the offense will get it figured out. The defense needs to improve.

    Cincinnati Bengals fan

    Cincinnati Bengals fan during the game against the Cleveland Browns at Paycor Stadium on December 11, 2022 in Cincinnati, Ohio. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

  • Houston Texans - $6

    Last year they were at $6 and people were yelling saying that there’s no way. So here’s some guy that’s from there to tell you that yes. There is. At least there was last year. The Texans are putting the ball in CJ Stroud’s hand, and he is protecting it. This team will improve throughout the year under 1st year coach DeMeco Ryans.

  • Detroit Lions - $5

    Did they just raise it because the team is better this year? The research says $5, but now the website says $5.99. Either way, still a good price. The Lions are turning into the Chargers of the NFC. They seemingly always play close games, and add unneeded stress to Lions fans lives.

    Value | Ford Field

    Hot dog, chips + soda - 11.99 Hot dog, chips + beer - 13.99 Available at all Streats of Detroit stands, Kickoff Classics on South Club (Section 208) + Comerica Gridiron Club - Level 3, as well as Snack Zone (Section 117) The Silver Savings menu will feature two value combo meals: Hot dog, chips + soda for 11.99 Hot dog, chips + beer for 13.99 Both will be available in stadium at all Streats of Detroit locations, Snack Zone on the Henry Ford Health System Concourse + Kickoff Classics.

  • Miami Dolphins - $5

    This data says $5 for a beer and $4 for a hot dog, but I swear I spent over $200 last time I was there. I should probably ease back on the pregaming. Miami’s offense is one of, if not the best offense in the league. Defensively the results have been up and down under Vic Fangio.

    Miami Dolphins fan

    A Miami Dolphins fan is arrested after running onto the field after a loss to the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium on January 01, 2023 in Foxborough, Massachusetts. (Photo by Billie Weiss/Getty Images)

  • New York Giants - $5

    I’m told there’s a 12 oz value beer for $5 but a 16 oz domestic in the aluminum is $13. A Met Life representative gave out this info late last year. This offense is once again boring to watch. Each series comes down to Daniel Jones’ ability to pick up a 1st down with his legs. I still think they have one of the best head coaches in the NFL.

    Hot Dog: $7 • 12 oz. Value Beer: $5 • 16 oz. Domestic Aluminum: $13 • 16 oz. Premium Can: $14 • 12 oz. Craft Beer: $14

    New York Giants fan

    : New York Giants fans react during the third quarter of a game against the Dallas Cowboys at MetLife Stadium on September 10, 2023 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. (Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images)

  • New York Jets - $5

    That $5 value beer isn’t gonna take the edge off of losing Aaron Rodgers at the absolute beginning of the season. Here’s a poll to start. Would everyone chip in an extra dollar per beer to get rid of the turf and buy some actual grass? I feel bad for Jets fans. Aaron Rodgers was the savior coming into the season- unfortunately that lasted 4 plays. The rest of the roster is ready to win now. Zach WIlson is just not the guy to take them where they want to go.

    Fireman Ed The Jets fan

    New York Jets fan ‘fireman Ed’ reacts before the NFL game against the Buffalo Bills at MetLife Stadium on September 11, 2023 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)

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