Here’s how much food and drinks cost at Super Bowl 2023
In an era of inflated prices, concessions at Super Bowl 2023 seem to have stayed constant.
Folks having a beer and a snack at the big game between between the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Ariz. will pay prices in line with those of previous games.
A burger with fries will set fans back $12, while chicken strips and fries are $13. Nachos are going for $11, while a bratwurst is $12 — though an all-beef hot dog is $8. Only want the fries? That’ll be $9.
Those that truly want to get into the local spirit can snag a Big AZ Dog with chili and cheese for $15.
Snackers can expect to fork over $7 for peanuts or $5 for candy. Popcorn is $7.50, though an extra $1.50 will bring an upgrade to kettlecorn. A bag of chips is $4.
Even a Gatorade or bottled water will only be a $6.50 spend — though a souvenir soda (to prove you really drank a carbonated beverage at Super Bowl 2023) is a hefty $12.
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That’s nothing compared to the adult drinks, however: Tall boy beers go for $16 (domestic) or $17 (premium), while a draught beer is $16. Canned cocktails are $15 while premium versions (Aviation gin, Bulleit bourbon, Captain Morgan, Crown Royal, Don Julio Blanco, Jack Daniels, Jose Cuervo, Ketel One and Smirnoff) are $16.50 for a single or $22.50 for a double.
Non-traditional game day fare, that includes, dessert kebabs (fruit, brownie and cheesecake) are $10.
In comparison, Super Bowl 2022 between the Rams and Bengals at SoFi Stadium saw beers go for $17-19, while a hot dog cost $5. A personal cheese pizza went for $15, while a kale-and-gem-lettuce salad was $12.