Inflation has hit the Super Bowl.
With nearly 70,000 fans expected to attend the Super Bowl on Sunday, vendors are gearing up to capitalize on the massive influx of customers eager to eat and drink during the event.
As is typical at large-scale events, food and beverage prices are often significantly inflated, leaving attendees with little choice but to purchase from vendors within the stadium.
However, the prices at the Super Bowl venue are pushing the boundaries even further. A price list for drinks inside the popular Las Vegas Superbook at Westgate reveals exorbitant prices for bottles of tequila and vodka.
For instance, sparkling wine is priced at $300, Bacardi at $400, and Ciroc at $500, with even higher prices for other options.
Understandably, fans have been quick to criticize these astronomical prices.
While food prices may not reach the same extremes as the beverages, attendees can still expect to pay a premium for refreshments while at the stadium.
Despite the high costs, excitement is building for the epic showdown between the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers, as they vie for the title of the 58th Super Bowl champions in just a few hours.