Friday, July 14, 2017

Blink Blink, That's Unpossible!

Ever been to a major sporting event?
Then you have seen what those thieving cocksuckers charge for food and drinks.

Take a gander at this,

The Atlanta Falcons' new stadium will sell food and beer at unbelievably low prices





In a world of constant inflation and outrageous stadium food prices, the Atlanta Falcons could emerge as one of the most fan-friendly teams in all of sports.

Atlanta's new home turf, Mercedes-Benz Stadium, is set to open its doors on August 26, and once it does, Falcons fans will be able to buy concessions at prices most fans can only dream of. ESPN's Darren Rovell tweeted an image of the intended rates on Tuesday.

Not surprisingly, people went wild at the news.

Buying expensive stadium concessions can be frustrating for fans. In 2015, for example, the combined price of a hot dog, a soda and a small beer at a San Francisco 49ers game was $22, meaning a group of four could easily spend upwards of $100 on food.

But that won't be a problem at Mercedes-Benz Stadium — not with its bottom-barrel prices. Fans will be able to purchase that same hot dog meal for just $9, much more in line with grocery-store rates, or perhaps fast-food rates.

"We focused from the beginning on building a unique fan experience at Mercedes-Benz Stadium with a goal of helping those who visit to leave the stadium with great memories shared with family and friends, not aggravation and frustration about their experience," he said in a statement.

We went to a Seahawks/Raiders game up in the capitol of Libtardia a couple of years ago and I about shit when I found out what they wanted for food and drinks.

I spent way over a hundred bucks for four people, closer to one thirty.

Kudos to someone for finally pulling their head out of their ass and thinking about us working folks for once.

Let's hope this starts spreading around very quickly.

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