We don’t need to get into the weeds too much for you to understand that the prices of concessions at sports stadiums is price gouging. Just look at these fans’ tweets:
Chicago Bears Games $12.00 Beers, 8.00 Hot Dogs F...Crap on the Field #StadiumRipoff— M B (@blakes812) October 19, 2016
A chicken parm and a beer for $25? @Nationals stole more than just bases. #StadiumRipOff pic.twitter.com/vtqsEIaw4G— Brian Hess (@blhess) June 9, 2017
Even at old RFK stadium @MLS @dcunited game, $8-10 beer, hot dog $5, personal pizza $6, chicken sandwich $12! #StadiumRipoff @sportsfanorg pic.twitter.com/OUbtEtlsAj— Martin Witchger (@MartinWitchger) October 16, 2016
This year, the concession revolution begins, and the Atlanta Falcons are leading the charge against this affront to business ethics by lowering their prices. A $5 beer and a $2 hot dog; now you can afford to feed your family at a Falcons’ game this season (that is if you can even get a ticket).
Let’s show our support of the Falcons and encourage the entire league to adopt similar prices. Join today so we can get you a seat at the table with your team.
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