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What a beer will cost you at every NFL stadium this season

Cork Gaines

The average cost for a small draft beer at NFL games this season is $7.42, according to data collected from each team by Team Marketing Report. That's actually down from $7.53 in 2014.

Fans of the Oakland Raiders, San Francisco 49ers, and Chicago Bears will all have to shell out at least $9.25 for a beer at the stadiums for those teams. Meanwhile, seven different teams offer a beer, albeit at a smaller size, for $5.00.

Here is a look at how much a small draft beer costs at each stadium. (The beer size in ounces is in parentheses.)

NFL Beer Prices 2015
NFL Beer Prices 2015

(Cork Gaines/Business Insider)

It is not going to help you once you are at a stadium, but things look different if we consider which teams offer the best beer deal for their small beer in terms of price per ounce.

Now we get a better idea of just how expensive it is to drink beer at Lincoln Financial Field for Eagles games, where it will cost fans $0.71 per ounce — $0.08 per ounce more than any other team.

At $0.36 per ounce, the Bengals' 14-ounce beer for $5.00 is the best deal in the NFL.

NFL Beer Prices 2015
NFL Beer Prices 2015

(Cork Gaines/Business Insider)

Data via Team Marketing Report based on information reported by each team during a survey.



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