Anybody going to a Colts game knows they’re going to pay a pretty penny for a beer at the stadium. But how does that cost rank against other NFL cities’ beer prices?
At Lucas Oil Stadium, a beer will cost you 44 cents per ounce, on average, according to a study done by Team Marketing Report and VinePair.
That’s two cents cheaper per ounce than the NFL average.
The cheapest beer in the NFL belongs to Paul Brown Stadium and the Cincinnati Bengals at 36 cents per ounce.
New England also has one of the cheaper beers in the NFL at 38 cents per ounce.
The most expensive? Philadelphia at 71 cents per ounce. San Francisco and Arizona are next at 63 and 60 cents per ounce, respectively.
For comparison’s sake, a six-pack of Budweiser at Wal-Mart costs $5.77, which is 8 cents per ounce.
Tune in Monday, Sept. 21 for Monday Night Football on RTV6 when the Colts take on the New York Jets. Coverage begins on RTV6 at 4 p.m. on The Now Indy. Kickoff is at 8:30 p.m.