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Saturday, November 22, 2014

2013 Masters concession prices amazingly reasonable as usual

CheeseburgerThe Masters is considered by most to be the greatest tournament in golf. Each year, CBS’ Jim Nantz uses the phrase “a tradition unlike any other” to describe the storied event at Augusta National.

One of the annual traditions that comes with The Masters is the concession prices. Augusta National is one of the most prestigious golf courses in the world, yet they maintain their reasonable concession prices year after year. It should be noted that single-day badges for the tournament have been selling for as much as $7,000, but at least you always know you can grab a cheap sandwich, soda or beer.

We showed you the same type of graphic at the 2012 Masters, and aside from imported beers going up 25 cents in price it doesn’t seem like much has changed. Yes, we know they are making more than enough money. That doesn’t mean people wouldn’t pay $8 for a beer and $5 for a sandwich. Cheap concessions at Augusta are truly a tradition unlike any other.



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