The Cost of a Beer and a Hot Dog at Every NFL Stadium

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BREWS AND DOGS AT THE BIG GAME

Football season is back, and if you're planning to head to a game this year, it's going to cost you more than just the price of the ticket. It's not an NFL game without beer and hot dogs, but the price you pay to shovel it in depends who you're rooting for. Since all of the 2017 prices for beers and dogs have yet to be released, we ranked 2016 prices from cheapest to the most expensive beer in every NFL stadium to give you a heads up before heading to the stadium. Here's how your team holds up to last year's league average of $7.38 for a small draft beer and $5.19 for a hot dog, according to statistics company Statista.
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SEATTLE SEAHAWKS | CENTURYLINK FIELD

Price of a Beer: $5
Price of a Hot Dog: $3
Seattle fans have it easier at the concession stand than virtually anyone else. Both their beers and their hot dogs are tied for cheapest in the entire NFL. As with all of these prices, the cheapest beer and hot dog may not be available at every concession stand, so you may have to shop around when you're there.

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CAROLINA PANTHERS | BANK OF AMERICA STADIUM

Price of a Beer: $5
Price of a Hot Dog: $5
Bank of America Stadium holds the distinction of being the only venue in the entire NFL to charge the exact same amount for both hot dogs and beers. That means the Carolina Panthers are one of eight teams tied for the title of the league's cheapest beer. Their hot dogs are also among the top 10 cheapest in the NFL.

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CINCINNATI BENGALS | PAUL BROWN STADIUM

Price of a Beer: $5
Price of a Hot Dog: $5.50
Although hot dogs at Paul Brown Stadium are slightly more expensive than the league average, the venue's $5 beers are part of an eight-way tie for cheapest in the league.

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HOUSTON TEXANS | NRG STADIUM

Price of a Beer: $5
Price of a Hot Dog: $5.75
The Texans claim membership in the eight-strong fraternity of teams tied for the title of league's cheapest beer. The hot dogs, however, are fairly well above the average NFL price.

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CLEVELAND BROWNS | FIRSTENERGY STADIUM

Price of a Beer: $5
Price of a Hot Dog: $6
The Browns are part of a crowded field of nine teams that are tied for the league's third most expensive hot dog. They're in a tie on the other end of the spectrum, as well -- this time for the cheapest beer in the NFL.

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NEW YORK GIANTS | METLIFE STADIUM

Price of a Beer: $5
Price of a Hot Dog: $6 Giants fans guzzle down draft beers that are tied for being the cheapest in the league. Their hot dogs, however, are among the most expensive.

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NEW YORK JETS | METLIFE STADIUM

Price of a Beer: $5
Price of a Hot Dog: $6 The Jets not only share a stadium with the Giants, they also share identical prices at the beer and hot dog stands.

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DETROIT LIONS | FORD FIELD

Price of a Beer: $5
Price of a Hot Dog: $6.25
Concession prices at at Ford Field are all over the map. Beers are tied for the title of the league's cheapest. Hot dogs, however, are expensive -- just one venue charges more.

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DENVER BRONCOS | SPORTS AUTHORITY FIELD AT MILE HIGH

Price of a Beer: $6.75
Price of a Hot Dog: $5
Although they were denied a playoff run in 2016, Broncos fans at least got to enjoy both hot dogs and beers that were priced below the league average.

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MINNESOTA VIKINGS | U.S. BANK STADIUM

Price of a Beer: $7
Price of a Hot Dog: $3
Hungry Vikings vans stave off the cold in Minnesota with hot dogs that are tied for the title of cheapest in the league. Compared to others in the league their beers are fairly inexpensive, too.

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TENNESSEE TITANS | NISSAN STADIUM

Price of a Beer: $7
Price of a Hot Dog: $4
Titans fans get a break on price compared to the league average both when they buy a beer and when they visit the hot dog vendor.

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INDIANAPOLIS COLTS | LUCAS OIL STADIUM

Price of a Beer: $7
Price of a Hot Dog: $5.25
The Colts are one of five teams that pour relatively pricey $7 beers. Hot dogs, however, are a bit cheaper than the league average.

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ATLANTA FALCONS | MERCEDES-BENZ STADIUM

Price of a Beer: $5
Price of a Hot Dog: $2
If you go to see a Falcons game, you can expect to pay less than half the league average for a hot dog and 32 percent less for a draft beer.

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JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS | EVERBANK FIELD

Price of a Beer: $7
Price of a Hot Dog: $6
The Jags also serve up $7 beers, which is a little more expensive than average. Their $6 hot dogs are also relatively pricey -- EverBank is among a large group of venues tied for the league's third priciest dog.

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ARIZONA CARDINALS | UNIVERSITY OF PHOENIX STADIUM

Price of a Beer: $7.25
Price of a Hot Dog: $4
At just four bucks each, hot dogs at University of Phoenix Stadium are the sixth-cheapest in the entire league. Fans get a small break on beer, too. The price of a draft is just below the league average.

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KANSAS CITY CHIEFS | ARROWHEAD STADIUM

Price of a Beer: $7.25
Price of a Hot Dog: $5.75
The Chiefs charge a little less for beers than average, but they make up for it by asking a little more than average for hot dogs.

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MIAMI DOLPHINS | HARD ROCK STADIUM

Price of a Beer: $7.25
Price of a Hot Dog: $6
Beers at Hard Rock are only slightly more expensive than average. Their hot dogs, however, are among the costliest in the NFL.

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NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS | GILLETTE STADIUM

Price of a Beer: $7.50
Price of a Hot Dog: $3.75
Beers at Gillette Stadium are more expensive than average, but not by much. The good news for Pats fans, however, comes in the form of hot dogs. Just three stadiums charge less.

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PITTSBURGH STEELERS | HEINZ FIELD

Price of a Beer: $8
Price of a Hot Dog: $5.25
Steelers fans can expect to pay a little more than average for both hot dogs and beer.

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GREEN BAY PACKERS | LAMBEAU FIELD

Price of a Beer: $8
Price of a Hot Dog: $6
Like eight other teams -- a full quarter of the NFL -- the Green Bay Packers are tied for the title of the third most expensive hot dog in the league. Their $8 beers are also more expensive than average.

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BALTIMORE RAVENS | M&T BANK STADIUM

Price of a Beer: $8.50
Price of a Hot Dog: $3
The Ravens are one of three teams tied for the cheapest hot dog in the NFL. At $8.50, however, beers are more expensive than average.

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PHILADELPHIA EAGLES | LINCOLN FINANCIAL FIELD

Price of a Beer: $8.50
Price of a Hot Dog: $5
Eagles fans pay a little less than the NFL average for hot dogs, but they pay significantly more than average for beer.

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TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS | RAYMOND JAMES STADIUM

Price of a Beer: $8.50
Price of a Hot Dog: $5.25
Both beer and hot dogs cost more at Raymond James Stadium than they do at the average NFL stadium.

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DALLAS COWBOYS | AT&T STADIUM

Price of a Beer: $8.50
Price of a Hot Dog: $5.50
At $8.50, AT&T Stadium is in the top 10 most expensive venues when it comes to the price of beer. The stadium's $5.50 hot dogs are also priced above the league average.

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LOS ANGELES RAMS | LOS ANGELES MEMORIAL COLISEUM

Price of a Beer: $9
Price of a Hot Dog: $4.25
The Rams pour one of the most expensive draft beers in the NFL. They make up for it, however, with cheap hot dogs.

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NEW ORLEANS SAINTS | MERCEDES-BENZ SUPERDOME

Price of a Beer: $9
Price of a Hot Dog: $5.50
At $9 per draft pour, beers in the Superdome are among the priciest in the NFL. At $5.50, hot dogs cost more than average, too.

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LOS ANGELES CHARGERS | STUBHUB CENTER

Price of a Beer: $9
Price of a Hot Dog: $6
In 2017 the Chargers will relocate to Los Angeles after more than half a century in San Diego, and it's unclear what fans can expect to pay at the concession stands. In 2016, however, when the Chargers still played in San Diego, stadium vendors fell onto the pricey end of the spectrum for both hot dogs and beers.

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WASHINGTON REDSKINS | FEDEXFIELD

Price of a Beer: $9
Price of a Hot Dog: $6
Redskins fans can expect to suffer prices for both hot dogs and beers that are in the top five most expensive in the league.

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CHICAGO BEARS | SOLDIER FIELD

Price of a Beer: $9.25
Price of a Hot Dog: $5
Just three NFL teams charge more for beer than the Chicago Bears. Hot dogs, on the other hand, are a little cheaper than the league average.

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BUFFALO BILLS | NEW ERA FIELD

Price of a Beer: $9.50
Price of a Hot Dog: $7
Concessions in Buffalo aren't cheap. Just two teams charge more for beer and at $7 a pop, hot dogs cost more at New Era Field than they do at any other stadium in the entire NFL.

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OAKLAND RAIDERS | OAKLAND–ALAMEDA COUNTY COLISEUM

Price of a Beer: $9.75
Price of a Hot Dog: $6
Only the 49ers charge more for a brew than the Raiders. At $6, just two teams ask more for a hot dog.

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SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS | LEVI'S STADIUM

Price of a Beer: $10
Price of a Hot Dog: $4.50
At $10 per draft, the 49ers hold the twin titles of the only team in the league with double-digit beer prices and the most expensive cup of suds in the entire NFL. At a relatively forgiving $4.50, however, their dogs are on the other end of the financial spectrum.