We all know that going to an NFL game is not cheap – and it hurts even more when you’re paying high prices, and your team is struggling.
A new report ranked every NFL stadium by the price of BEER. Fans are paying the most for a 16-ounce beer in Philadelphia, and they pay the least where Carla Rea’s beloved Lions play – in Detroit!
A lot of NFL fans say football is better to watch on TV than in person at the stadium – although Lions games might be unwatchable for Detroit fans no matter where they are…
Regardless of where you watch the game, there’s one universal truth: Beer is EXPENSIVE at the stadium. The site Bookies.com put out a report on the price of a beer in every city, ranking them from the most to least expensive.
The priciest beer is in Philadelphia. Eagles fans fork over almost $15 for 16 ounces of suds. The L.A. teams – the Rams and the Chargers – are a close second, followed by the Las Vegas Raiders (which we probably already knew), the San Francisco 49ers, the New Orleans Saints, and the Jacksonville Jaguars. All those teams pay more than $11 for one beer.
On the other end, three teams are selling beers for about $6.25 apiece: The Detroit Lions . . . the Atlanta Falcons . . . and the New York Jets. The Cincinnati Bengals are the only other team with beers under seven bucks.
Of course, there are more stadium costs than just beer. There’s also the price of tickets, parking, you might want to eat some food, and even have a non-alcoholic beverage.
If you take everything into account, the 49ers are the most expensive team. Going to a 49ers game in the Bay Area averages out to over $1,000 for two adults and two kids!! The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are the second-most expensive.
The Cardinals were the cheapest for a family of four, at just over $200. The Jaguars are the second-cheapest for a family.
So basically, if you want to see your team play NEXT year, you better start saving THIS year. BREAK!
You can find the prices for every team here.
And here’s a breakdown of prices for every stadium: Food & Wine
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