Georgia's alcohol policy for Sanford Stadium set to come with ridiculous price tag
If you really want to (legally) consume alcohol inside Sanford Stadium, it’s going to cost you.
Of course, no one ever sneaks booze into the stadium and they definitely won’t be inspired to do so in the future as Georgia is planning on rolling out an option to consume alcohol in Sanford Stadium in the future. All it’s going to take is a $25,000 donation over a five-year period, according to Darren Rovell of the Action Network.
In addition to the lofty price tag, alcohol cannot be consumed at your seat, it has to be done in a special location. This information is also being reported by Chip Towers of Dawg Nation.
“Georgia will be selling beer at its football stadium this season. The only people eligible are donors who donate $25,000 over five years. Beer has to be consumed in special area and cannot be brought back to their seats,” Rovell tweeted.
Any Bulldog fan weighing the decision to buy a car may have just had matters complicated as Georgia is planning to give fans the option of legally consuming alcohol seven Saturday’s come the fall.