Tuesday, 16 February, 2016

How much does a beer cost at Super Bowl 50?

Denver Broncos need How much does a beer cost at Super Bowl 50?
Benjamin Gardner | 14 February, 2016, 00:13

The problems that have plagued Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara took a break - for the most part - on Super Bowl Sunday, as the Denver Broncos beat the Carolina Panthers 24-10.

However, despite the fact that Levi's Stadium is already known for having some of the priciest concessions in the National Football League, its still turning heads with relentlessly overpriced game-day food items.

A cup of Bud Light is $13, and a premium draft beer will set you back $15 (about the price of a 6-pack of a pricier craft beer in the outside world). And while you can get a glass of “cheap” wine for $15 a glass, a glass of “specialty” wine goes for $25, or the price of a pretty decent bottle at your local liquor store.

Oh, and it’s a toasty afternoon in the Bay Area , and if you want to stay hydrated, a bottle of water will cost you $7.

But for a game where the cheapest face-value ticket was $850 and the average resale price was $4,639, what else would you expect?



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