Which NFL Stadiums Have The Least Expensive Beer?

While some NFL teams are still in the thick of the Super Bowl hunt (like the 4-0 Kansas City Chiefs… oh man, do I miss Andy Reid), others are already on the cusp of calling it a rebuilding year and hoping for a decent draft pick in the spring. But that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy yourself at the stadium, perhaps with the assistance of a beer, if that’s your thing. But which stadiums are going to give you the biggest beer bang for your buck?

Thankfully, the folks at TheStreet.com have put together a rundown of the cheapest beers (per ounce) at NFL stadiums.

The cheapest beers, per ounce, can be bought at Miami Dolphins games at Sun Life Stadium or when watching the New Orleans Saints at the Superdome. Both venues charge $.35/ounce for beer, according to TheStreet. But that’s for a sizable 24-oz. beer in New Orleans and a 20-ouncer in Miami, meaning you’ll pay $8.50 and $7, respectively.

If you’re not in the mood to think in terms of cost-per-ounce, then there are several stadiums where you’re paying less at the cash register (but getting less value). For example, several teams’ stadiums — Denver Broncos, Houston Texans, San Diego Chargers, Tennessee Titans, Cincinnati Bengals, Cleveland Browns, and the NY Giants and Jets — sell $5 beers, two dollars less expensive than the Miami price, but the catch is that you only get 12 ounces for your money, meaning you’re paying $.42 per ounce.

A happy medium, in terms of value and size, might be found at Raymond James Stadium, home to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Fans here can discuss the release of former golden boy QB Josh Freeman over 16-ounce beers that go for $5.75, or $.36/oz.

Meanwhile, beer at Lincoln Financial Field here in Philadelphia is apparently too expensive to make this list, and I’ve heard the stadium vendors don’t sell the particular brand of morphine drip that I currently require to get through watching another Eagles loss without throwing a boot through the TV. Sigh.