Super Bowl XLVIII beer going for $14
Going to the Super Bowl is expensive. Tickets are going for around $1,500. Then there's airfare, hotel, and it turns out, the Super Bowl mark-up prices for concessions once you get to the game.
Going to the Super Bowl is expensive. Super Bowl XLVIII tickets are going for, on average, $1,500. Then there's airfare, hotel, and it turns out, the Super Bowl mark-up prices for concessions once you get to the game.
Well, I guess if you can afford the ticket, the beer price isn't so bad ... pic.twitter.com/YsQGiVYZy6— Ralph Vacchiano (@RVacchianoNYDN) February 2, 2014
Back on Earth, $26 would buy 17.9 bottles of water (assuming an average cost per bottle of $1.45), a case of Sam Adams, or enough peanuts to stock up one of those Doomsday Prepper underground pantries.
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