A commemorative football? $215. A bottle of water? $6. A slice of pizza with a souvenir soda? $21.
Yes, tickets to get into Super Bowl LII at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis are expensive, but so are the food, drinks and souvenirs inside.
Here's a quick sampling of how much fans will pay for some notable items:
Commemorative footballs and Starter jackets are among the priciest souvenirs available:
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Looking for an authentic Super Bowl football, its only $215 inside U.S. Bank Stadium.
Check out this throwback. Old school Starter jackets sure to keep you warm beyond Super Bowl LII for $150.
While hoodies are among the (relatively) more affordable:
Commemorate your time at Super Bowl LII with an $80 hoodie.
But there are a range of options:
Cheapest item you'll find at most of these stands is a $5 pennant. The most expensive? A $110 Super Bowl LII quarter zip pull over.
Specialty cocktail offerings include the "J-Tea":
Here's the cocktail Super Bowl goers can buy to commemorate Justin Timberlake's halftime performance. 20 ounces for $35
And then, of course, there are the comparatively inexpensive staples:
Might be the cheapest beer you'll find today. Aluminum cans of Bud Light will cost you $15.
There's beer and food pairings:
Single slice of pizza and a domestic beer will set you back $24. Not much different than the price of such during a Vikings game.
There are snacks as cheap as $4 and sandwiches and salads for $14:
The in-stadium drink and snack menu at the Super Bowl.
A double cocktail will run fans more than most food. And yes, that says $6 for bottled water:
Drink prices on the 300 level in U.S. Bank Stadium.
Fans will have to reach deep into their wallets before even getting into the stadium:
Bargain deals for parking about 6-7 blocks from the stadium. You'd be surprised how many cars you can fit into a lot for $100 dollars a pop.
But everyone in attendance will get at least one free thing to take home:
Something free? There's one of these cups in every seat in the stadium.