Fans at Mercedes Benz Stadium will get their fill of football and cheaply priced concessions for Super Bowl 53.
The stadium, opened in 2017 by Atlanta Falcons owner Arthur Blank, is known for its low prices on beer, hot dogs and refillable sodas, and those prices haven’t changed for the big game.
A regular soda, bottle of water, pretzel, popcorn and hot dog are all just $2, while nachos with cheese, waffle fries and slices of pizza go for $3. A large soda cup is $4, cheeseburgers are $5 and a chicken tender basket with fries will cost fans $6. Domestic bottled beer is going for $7 with drafts starting at $9.
The stadium’s famed Chick-fil-A will not be open during the game due to the company’s tradition of staying closed Sundays.
For comparison, a soda at Super Bowl 52 at Minneapolis’ US Bank Stadium, poured in a souvenir cup, went for $30, to go with $15 hot dogs and $13 domestic beers.