26th of March 2013 Author: Johnny Karp
Opening day for baseball is fast approaching and teams hope to fill the stadium seats. One team with a strategy in mind is the Boston Red Sox. In an effort to continue their sell-out streak they will be making some changes.
What sort of changes you ask? Well, the changes will mainly affect the price of beer. As reported by the Boston Globe, the Fenway Park beer prices are being reduced to $5 for a 12-ounce glass. Fans that frequent the park already know the hefty prices of $7.50 or $8.50 per cold one. Before you get too excited, the cheap beer, if you can call it that, will only be available at this price in April. Hotdogs will also be available for 2-for-1 and kids will eat free all month.
The discounted prices are being offered as a result of typical April weather and the fear that tickets won't sell.
'We recognize that the sellout streak is likely going to be coming to an end in early April, and we're looking for ways to thank our fans for their incredible support and commitment,' Red Sox chief operating officer Sam Kennedy said.
Although they see these prices as a real deal, will anyone be rushing to pay $5 for 12 ounces of beer?
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