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The Skinny on Beer Prices from Around the NHL

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02-25-2013, 09:25 AM
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The Skinny on Beer Prices from Around the NHL

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Today, we bring hockey fans an interesting look at beer prices from around the NHLís arenas. There are certainly some surprises, particularly with the high and low.

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RBC Center? Where's that?

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I must be getting ripped off because my beer at the PNC Arena is always 8 or 9 bucks.

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Izod Center? Who plays there? Apparently somebody is going there for beer and nothing else

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The used the Izod Center (Formerly Continental Airlines Arena) instead of the Prudential Center for New Jersey's home rink.

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I can confirm that the prices at the Tampa Bay Times Forum were outrageous. When I was there last (2009, when it was still the St. Pete Times Forum) the cheapest beer was about $8 and it went upwards of $12 for something better.

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I must be getting ripped off because my beer at the PNC Arena is always 8 or 9 bucks.
yeah craft beers at the RBC... you're not getting away with one of those for less then 8 bucks and that's what I go for every. single. time.

Budweiser vs Natty Greene's, Goose Island (yah, also InBev, I know), Foothills, Lonerider... I know which ones I'm going for. We have it good in that regard, and pay out the ass for it.

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8 bucks is probably cheap league wide

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I'd like to know where the hell they're finding a $6 36 oz beer in the AAC. Give me a break.

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I'd like to know where the hell they're finding a $6 36 oz beer in the AAC. Give me a break.
Was there not long ago, I got two for me and my uncle at that price

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United Center is up to $8, up a quarter from what's listed.

That's for Bud, Bud Light. Anything else: Goose Island, Heineken, Stella, Boston Lager, to name a few are $9.

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Nice pic of the Bell Center with the Police poster on it. That concert was awesome.

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I'd like to know where the hell they're finding a $6 36 oz beer in the AAC. Give me a break.
All I can say is, that's incredible.

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After spending a night drinking at the ACC last weekend... Beer in Iqaluit ($7 a can - an expired can at that) doesn't seen so bad.

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yeah craft beers at the RBC... you're not getting away with one of those for less then 8 bucks and that's what I go for every. single. time.

Budweiser vs Natty Greene's, Goose Island (yah, also InBev, I know), Foothills, Lonerider... I know which ones I'm going for. We have it good in that regard, and pay out the ass for it.
Honestly, those massive cups of Foothills People's Porter for 8 bucks (am I remembering right, or are they more?) is really not bad pricing for a sporting event.

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It's looks very outdated. No arena in California has even the cheapest beer for less than $9 anymore

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$5 for a beer at the Consol Energy Center??? Really???

Is that true??? I thought it'd be way more.

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I think it was 8 or 9 dollars last time I went. I don't buy anything at the stadiums the prices are outrageous.

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United Center is up to $8, up a quarter from what's listed.

That's for Bud, Bud Light. Anything else: Goose Island, Heineken, Stella, Boston Lager, to name a few are $9.
Same with Wells Fargo Center

8 bucks for a 12 ounce and 13 for a 24 ounce

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Tampa needs to make money somewhere. Their season tickets are less than single tickets in some arenas.

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Honestly, those massive cups of Foothills People's Porter for 8 bucks (am I remembering right, or are they more?) is really not bad pricing for a sporting event.
I think they went up in price this year (9 now I think), but yeah that's my standard at the games.

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I don't ever recall getting a beer for 7.50 at the garden.

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Where in the ACC is beer 7.26?

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That's terrible!! Last time I went to a Bolts game it was still St. Pete Times Forum and a 25oz Molson was $8.25.

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At Verizon Center all beer costs $8.50, but you get more of the crappy beer.

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