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From Team Marketing Report, via Paul Hagen at the Philadelphia Daily News, comes this tidbit: the highest price for a small draft beer in a major league stadium is $8.75 at San Francisco’s AT&T Park. The lowest? Arizona’s Chase Field, where the suds will set you back 4 bucks.

I drank a $4 at Chase Field the other day. I couldn’t believe they were selling beer for $4. That’s less than a spring training beer costs!

One Response to “Finally, a reason to love Phoenix: cheap beer”

  1. well, to be fair, the cheap beer is balanced out by the ransom you pay later on to get your relatives back. (little known fact: Phoenix has the highest kidnapping-for-ransom rate in the country). you could call it the Tijuana of the U.S.!

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