Should you leave the comforts of your couch, barstool, or tailgating tent to watch your football team on home field, you need to be prepared. Stadium beer prices aren't the same as they are at your buddy Matt's, and it's going to hurt. A lot.
Team Marketing Report collected the prices of the smallest, cheapest available beer at every NFL stadium to ease the blow early. The tags run from $4.50 (at the Rams' Edward Jones Dome) to $10.75 (at the Raiders' O.co Coliseum), though the average comes to about $7.53. Some of the numbers, which were self-reported by the teams in a survey, are a little off from Forbes' own count, so we'll leave it to you to decide which side is pushing a sudsy agenda.
For anyone wondering about the breakdown per ounce, a helpful redditor already put together a chart. Based on those stats, it does not look pretty for Philly fanatics. But then again, neither do the Eagles' first quarters.
Kristin Hunt is a food/drink staff writer for Thrillist. She's never attended an NFL game, but she's lost plenty of beer money watching basketball at the Carrier Dome. Follow her at @kristin_hunt.