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How much food and drinks will cost at Super Bowl LVIII
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How much food and drinks will cost at Super Bowl LVIII

Food and drink at this year's NFL Super Bowl is set to skyrocket.

With nearly 70,000 fans in attendance to the Super Bowl on Sunday, something tells us there’s a lot of money about to be made.

Food prices at any event are always so much higher than what they would normally be, usually because you don’t really have a choice other than to buy your food from there.

But it’s probably not a secret that the stadium hosting the Super Bowl is going to push the boundaries slightly.

Just take a look at the average ticket prices that will bag you a seat at the notorious game on Sunday.

A beer will set you back at this year's Super Bowl.
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The cheapest tickets start at around $5,000 (£4,200) - and although food prices might not be in the thousands, it's still going to cost fans a lot if they wish to eat and drink whilst they’re there.

If you’re fancying a pint - or two or three - whilst you’re watching the game, it’s going to cost you in the region of $13.99-$17.99 (£11.10-£14.40), depending on whether you opt for a domestic or premium beer, of course,

Even water, something we kind of can’t live without, will set you back $6.99 (£5.55).

So, what if we start getting a little peckish?

Well, don’t get too hungry as one slice of pizza will cost $12.99 (£10.31), and an extra dollar on top if you fancy a bit of pepperoni!

The only reasonable thing we could see on the menu was an American classic, the hot dog.

One of these bad boys will cost you about $2.99 (£2.37), and to be fair, we think that’s justified.

Millions of people watch the Super Bowl every year.
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Limited edition Super Bowl popcorn buckets are also being sold at the Allegiant Stadium this weekend, for a fee of $14.99 (£11.90).

You will be pleased to know you do get to keep the bucket, and can go back up for refills for just $2.99 (2.37).

Despite the day sounding rather expensive, if you can afford a $5,000 ticket to the event, $12 on pizza isn’t exactly going to bankrupt you.

The game will commence on Sunday between the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers in Las Vegas.

And you can expect none other than Usher to take to the stage for this year's iconic halftime performance.

His predecessor, Rihanna, announced that she was pregnant during her legendary show at the game last year, so there’s absolutely no pressure at all to do something crazy.

Topics: Food and Drink, NFL, Super Bowl, Usher, Kansas City Chiefs, Las Vegas