Falcons release NFL low concession prices for inaugural season at Mercedes Benz Stadium



Falcons release NFL low concession prices for inaugural season at Mercedes Benz Stadium

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After 5 years of planning and 3 years of construction, the Falcons are officially 45 days from their first preseason game in the new Mercedes Benz Stadium on August 26th 2017. With Opening Day coming at an alarming rate, the Falcons continue to change the game with reasonable season ticket options starting at $50 a game with hopes of drawing families and friends to the stadium on any given sunday.

On July 11th 2017, the Falcons confirmed what everyone had be hoping for, the promised low cost concession prices for the upcoming Falcons season. Arthur Blank’s vision was to make games affordable for families to enjoy and in doing so was going to make food and drinks lower than usual.

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Fountain Soda starting at $2, Beer at $5, Hamburgers at $5 and Chicken Tenders at $6, you can bet people will be lining up to get their concessions much more frequently than normal.

With anticipation for the upcoming season at an all time high, the Falcons look to finish building their new home and bring their fans and city of Atlanta the Super Bowl they have desired for so long. In order to achieve that goal, they must start their season on the road against the Chicago Bears on September 10th, followed by their first regular season home game against the Green Bay Packers on September 17th.


Being a season ticket holder, I personally can’t wait to see how our team responds after a tough defeat in Super Bowl 51. I believe we will RISE UP and become a better team defensively and continue our offensive dominance in our quest to Super Bowl 52!

I will see you all September 17th when we face the Packers.


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