Blue Jays now charging $30 hot dog combos, $18 per beer  
A hot dog and a “souvenir draught” beer cost over $30, as does the chicken tenders combo with a beer.

TCS Wire

April 18, 2024

Sports personality and TikTok user Jesse Pollock expressed disbelief in a video over the price of food while attending the Toronto Blue Jays home game against the New York Yankees.

Blue Jays now charging $30 hot dog combos, $18 per beer  

Pollock filmed himself going to a few different vendors inside the Rogers Centre (aka Skydome), calling the prices “outrageous.”

A hot dog and a “souvenir draught” beer cost over $30, as does the chicken tenders combo with a beer.

The prices for food at sporting events are getting outrageous 😵‍💫💰 … | Sports | TikTok

A draught beer by itself costs $18. A fountain drink? $11.

“Come on!” Pollock shouts.

The Blue Jays started their first home stand last week where fans got to see $400 million worth of upgrades to the stadium, mostly in terms of seating. 

Users responded to Pollock’s video with mixed comments. 

“To be fair, tickets are like $25 bucks,” said one user, which is true for the cheaper seats at the stadium.

“It’s a cheaper drive to Detroit to watch a jays game,” another said. 

“Can you imagine taking your family there?” another user responded.

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