Price hike: Super Bowl 50 concession prices vs. regular season
Attending Super Bowl 50 is going to put a serious strain on your wallet — in more ways than one.
Not only are tickets to this year’s big game reselling at record-high prices, but the concessions are some of the highest-ever as well.
Chances are, if you have the extra cash to shell out for a Super Bowl ticket, you don’t mind spending a crisp 20 on a hot dog and a beer.
But what if we told you 20 bucks isn’t enough to cover a dog and a draft?
Levi’s Stadium is known for having the most expensive concessions of any NFL stadium, and they’re even higher for the Super Bowl.
Check out the price hike for some of the most popular food and drink items available at Levi’s Stadium:
Levi’s Stadium Concession Prices
|Regular Season||Super Bowl 50|
|Slice of pizza||$8.00||$10.00|
|Domestic draft beer||$10.25||$13.00|
|Premium draft beer||$13.00||$15.00|
|Souvenir soft drink||$5.25||$10.00|
*Prices according to official Super Bowl 50 app
Of course, these items are somewhat of a bargain compared to the upscale menu items being offered by Levi’s Stadium concessions and hospitality provider, Centerplate. These items, such as "The Big 5-0" gourmet sausage, start at $12.
Available at Super Bowl: The Big 5-0 — sausage with peppers, ketchup & gold flakes on a poppy bun ($12) pic.twitter.com/TfVQPbi8KA
— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) February 4, 2016