The Masters at Augusta National is one of the most sought-after tickets in sports, with two-day badges this year going for about $1,800. So you'd probably assume that a trip to the concession stands would cost you a pretty penny. But you'd be in for quite a pleasant surprise, because the most expensive sandwich at Augusta goes for $3 with domestic beer going for the same price. Not bad, right?
However, as revealed by Golf Channel's Jason Sobel on Twitter, you can apparently spend an arm and a leg at the concession stand if you try hard enough. Or at least $5,582.96, which was the total price that some sap paid for a bunch of merchandise yesterday. We only hope this dude had enough money leftover to drown himself in $3 domestics:
Was just shown this Masters merchandise tent receipt. For 72 items. And a few dollars. pic.twitter.com/Ym9vaG8M44— Jason Sobel (@JasonSobelGC) April 10, 2014
A $175 needlepoint belt? WTF?
[via For The Win]