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Concesssion prices in Philly and Pittsburgh

Guys on that side of the state, what are you paying for Beer, Hot Dogs, Nachos, Pop etc at Eagles, Phillies and Flyers games?

I just want to see the comparison between Heinz, PNC and Consol vs. Philly out of curiousity. Thanks.

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Re: Concesssion prices in Philly and Pittsburgh

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Re: Concesssion prices in Philly and Pittsburgh

Too much! Aramark runs the sports complexes in Philly (I think they run Pittsburghs too?).

I'm not positive, but I think a beer (craft beer) runs around $7.25, Bud/Miller/Coors is "cheaper" maybe around 6.50, crab fries are about $7.50, a cheesesteak/roast pork is about $10, ice cream is $5, Peanuts and Crackerjacks are about $4.

Those prices may not be exact, but they are my best guesses.

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Re: Concesssion prices in Philly and Pittsburgh

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Re: Concesssion prices in Philly and Pittsburgh

Miller Lite/Bud Light is $7.25 here and craft beers are $8.50 (Magic Hat)

I haven't bought food yet at PNC this year though to know if they went up.

I still have tickets to 6 more games though.

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Re: Concesssion prices in Philly and Pittsburgh

water is 4.50
beer is 7.25
soft drink is 4.75 or so
crab fries with cheese are 10.00
sausage sandwich is like 4.25
pistachios (lol for anyone who has ever sat in right field) are 3.25

way too expensive but it is what it is. you complain about it but still end up spending $40 on food.

also parking, depending on where, is between $10-20. PPD lets cops park for free on Darien St.

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Re: Concesssion prices in Philly and Pittsburgh

I guess it's the same here then.

I went to Yankee Stadium in '07 when the Bucs were up there in June that year.

$9.50 for a beer and $4.00 for a hot dog.

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Re: Concesssion prices in Philly and Pittsburgh

They get looted in Philly same as we do here.

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Re: Concesssion prices in Philly and Pittsburgh

I go to the Phillies and eagles games with good intentions, and always leave spending between 100.00 and 150.oo in food and beer. Then if wife and kids want something i'm up around 2 bills.

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Re: Concesssion prices in Philly and Pittsburgh

4.50 for water...seriously, bottled water will go down in history as the biggest scam ever perpetrated on man kind.

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