Here’s a nifty infographic from Team Marketing Report on Twitter. According to team’s prices per ounce of beer, the Baltimore Orioles sell the tenth cheapest brew in Major League Baseball. At $0.38 at ounce, the O’s are only behind the Phillies (surprisingly), Astros, Athletics, Padres, Pirates Indians, Rangers, Diamondbacks and Angels.
Baseball’s most expense beer comes from Fenway Park where the Boston Red Sox charge $0.60 per ounce. Surprisingly, the Yankees are behind the Cardinals, Blue Jays and Nationals at $0.52.
I’m always surprised when people complain about the price of Orioles games. You can park right across from Camden Yards for eight bucks, sit in the bleachers for $15 and enjoy the tenth cheapest beer in baseball.
Hopefully you choose to drink a Natty Boh.
Ain't the beer cold! #masnOrioles
— Greg Wehner (@nerdcav) August 30, 2013
Ain't the beer cold…and so is the lobster! #orioles #huntfororangeoctober pic.twitter.com/fiPc8uiibm
— Brian M (@briski715) August 30, 2013
AIN'T THE BEER COLD…BABY!! Now lets get the hell outta fenway & take care of the stanks. #Orioles #OriolesMagic
— Wild Bill Hagy (@Wild_Bill_Hagy) August 30, 2013
Wooooooooo!!! O's win! Ain't the beer cold
— BeansAndWieters (@BeansAndWieters) August 30, 2013
I sneak in a 6pk of Milwaukees Best. At $1.50 a 6pk that = 25 cents a can.
I paid less than that for Rolling Rock with my buddies , but that was back in the sixties on a Friday night after school,,,,,,,oh , the good old days……..
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Where do you find you $6.00 beers at the yard? Maybe National Boh but a normal beer is at least $10.00 for 24 oz and $8.00 for a 16oz. That translates to $.41 and $.50 respectively which puts them at or near th etop!!
Didn’t you pay attention to the incher,,,,,always pay attention to the incher………………..you have to help get the price down if you want .38 cents……………
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