Masters food may be cheapest in sports

Concession prices at this year's Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club.
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Concession prices at this year's Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club.

Credit: Zach Klein / Channel 2 Action News

Credit: Zach Klein / Channel 2 Action News

Attending the Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club for all four rounds may cost you more than an engagment ring, but you can eat like a king while you're there.

Concession prices in Augusta may be the most reasonable food pricing at any sporting venue. A beer, soft drink and sandwich at the Masters would cost about $9.

A beer, alone, at the Georgia Dome, Philips Arena and Turner Field is priced at above $7. A soda and hot dog will run above $4 each.

You could buy the entire menu (minus breakfast) at Augusta National for under $50.

The Masters' pimento cheese sandwiches are as legendary as the golf course and often imitated.

Best of all, they're made fresh daily:

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Atlanta's Arby's fast food chain is trying to lure Masters goers and is offering a $1 pimento cheese sandwich this week, available only in Augusta.