Beer Prices at NBA Arenas Edge Up for 2012
SaveOnBrew releases beer pricing information for all 30 NBA arenas highlighting the best and worst deals around the league. Text is accompanied by a fact-filled infographic that breaks down pricing on all thirty arenas.
Houston, TX (PRWEB) February 22, 2012
While the lockout-condensed sixty-six game season has left some fans disappointed and attendance flat, fans are generally getting a better value for their beer-dollar this year with a few notable exceptions.
Overall, prices edged upward from the 2010-11 season by about 3 percent. Of course, when prices start at $4.75 every penny tacked-on hurts.
Five dollar beer can still be had while watching a San Antonio Spurs or OKC Thunder home game. The lowest price in the league for a cup of suds is found at Pepsi Center, where $4.75 will get you a sixteen ounce beer while catching a Denver Nuggets game.
The most expensive brew in the league is found watching either a Chicago Bulls or New Jersey Nets home game where $7.75 buys just sixteen ounces — a whopping 48 cents per ounce. To put that in perspective, a six pack would set a thirsty basketball fan back almost 35 dollars.
Fans lucky enough to attend the 2012 NBA All Star Game this weekend will find 16 ounce beers for $5.25 at Orlando’s Amway Center, not a bad deal to watch the premier players of the best basketball league in the world battle it out.
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