Concession prices at this year's Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club.
Photo: Zach Klein / Channel 2 Action News
Photo: Zach Klein / Channel 2 Action News

Masters food may be cheapest in sports

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:

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.

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