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BOA has the cheapest beer

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Finally something backs me up, people usually don't let me buy 1 ounce of beer.

 

 

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Beers are 7.50, that means that those cups hold about 28ounces........

 

To which I say, BULLSHIT.

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Now if we can just pour all that crap out, we don't need alcohol at sporting events.

 

Not sure if serious...

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Yeah, do the math like Floppin. 12 oz heinekins are $8 in club level.

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Being that I don't turn 21 and never drank any alcohol, maybe except a little red Merlot wine from California, I could care less lol.

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Beers are 7.50, that means that those cups hold about 28ounces........

 

To which I say, BULLSHIT.

If the math holds true, the same size beer costs ~ $17.50 in Detroit.

Even I would have to give up drinking at those prices.

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Most beers in BOA are 16 oz which equates to $4.32 a beer. This is far off from the actual price of $7.50. This prices are just wrong.

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gotta keep the fans drunk when the panthers play, especially during the 4th quarter

 

Too bad they stop selling alcohol after the 3rd quarter.

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Yeah, do the math like Floppin. 12 oz heinekins are $8 in club level.

 

Edit: Nevermind. Misread what you posted. 

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cleveland, green bay, and houston have the cheapest beers.

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