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Seattle Sounders become latest team to drop concessions prices

In what has become a trend in American sports since the opening of Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium in 2017, the Seattle Sounders have become the latest major team to drop concessions prices.

The Major League Soccer team’s newly-introduced value menu at Century Link Field will drop small popcorn prices to $2, hot dogs to $3 and 12oz soft drinks to $4. Beer prices begin at $5 while special-value deals with multiple items costing $12 will also be introduced.

Atlanta United’s low concession prices have been credited by many as one of the factors which helped the club shatter attendance records in MLS each of the last two seasons.

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