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Best Food and Drink at Turf Moor?

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Sam Hurst
Sam Hurst

Typically, the further North you go, the cheaper it gets. It’s no different here. Prices here are well below the national average – a cup of tea will set you back £2. The food isn’t much more expensive either; football ground classics such as hot dogs, pies and pasties cost £3, but you can get a pretty decent sized hot dog for £2.70!

There is also a pretty big marquee set up, especially in summer months – extending from the concourses – where you can get a large range of drinks, both soft and alcoholic!

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Jake Burgess
Jake Burgess

While many venues extort their fans to the value of over £4 for a pie or sausage roll, Turf Moor is a more sensible haven for those without money to burn. Pies cost £3 and sausage rolls are and hot dogs are even less – not quite Lidl, but it’s a pretty good deal. There’s no such luxury such as wine in the stadium, but a lager, cider or bitter will give you about £1.50 change from a fiver, which is also pretty fair pricing. As with most footie matches, better food will be found away from the stadium!

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