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Thread: Ibis Catering Awarded Concessions Contract

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    Default Ibis Catering Awarded Concessions Contract

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    Just reviewed the menu prices - RIDICULOUSLY expensive! Certainly not “blue collar” and family friendly prices. Inconsistent product on the field and way over-priced concessions may help explain why we can’t grow season ticket sales. Even the Falcons figured this out. Students for sure won’t eat inside the stadium.

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    Yeah, I looked at the menu as well. That's one way to reduce the lines, though.
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    Same prices as basketball and baseball? At least there is finally a selection of food. It had gotten very very baren the last few years.
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    Default Re: Ibis Catering Awarded Concessions Contract

    ?

    Prices look consistent with what I expect and have seen in the past. I'm not sure what's going on.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BIGBIRD73 View Post
    Just reviewed the menu prices - RIDICULOUSLY expensive! Certainly not “blue collar” and family friendly prices. Inconsistent product on the field and way over-priced concessions may help explain why we can’t grow season ticket sales. Even the Falcons figured this out. Students for sure won’t eat inside the stadium.
    You gonna pay for a seat license at every seat in the stadium just to have the ability to buy season tickets to get into Paulson to have those kinda prices?

    Cause the Falcons realized they had an extreme price barrier just to get people in the door.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BIGBIRD73 View Post
    Just reviewed the menu prices - RIDICULOUSLY expensive! Certainly not “blue collar” and family friendly prices. Inconsistent product on the field and way over-priced concessions may help explain why we can’t grow season ticket sales. Even the Falcons figured this out. Students for sure won’t eat inside the stadium.
    LOL... sounds like someone has their excuse for not showing up on Saturdays.

    These prices are nearly the same as last year and we have more options

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    Quote Originally Posted by BIGBIRD73 View Post
    Just reviewed the menu prices - RIDICULOUSLY expensive! Certainly not “blue collar” and family friendly prices. Inconsistent product on the field and way over-priced concessions may help explain why we can’t grow season ticket sales. Even the Falcons figured this out. Students for sure won’t eat inside the stadium.
    Quote Originally Posted by eaglewraith View Post
    You gonna pay for a seat license at every seat in the stadium just to have the ability to buy season tickets to get into Paulson to have those kinda prices?

    Cause the Falcons realized they had an extreme price barrier just to get people in the door.
    PSL starts at $500 for the worst nose bleed seats and that's basically giving you the right to buy season tickets. Those went quickly so the only thing left after the first week was like the $1250 PSL's. Then you pay for 2 pre season games that no one attends.


    Also this is the cost of premium seating for Falcons games.
    7,500 club seats...prices of $10,000, $15,000, $20,000 and $45,000.

    Suites require 10 year contract/commitment I believe and who knows how many hundreds of thousands it costs per season.


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    Quote Originally Posted by TheEagleWay View Post
    LOL... sounds like someone has their excuse for not showing up on Saturdays.

    These prices are nearly the same as last year and we have more options
    Pig wings and corn dogs FTW!!! Also, the yearly refill cup is back and that's a killer deal at $17 IMO. Heck, people pay $45 for those style cups at Wal Mart.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pike51 View Post
    Pig wings and corn dogs FTW!!! Also, the yearly refill cup is back and that's a killer deal at $17 IMO. Heck, people pay $45 for those style cups at Wal Mart.
    Agreed, my wife said she wants one of those
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