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Thursday, September 3, 2015

Price cuts announced on Razorback concessions

Posted By on Thu, Sep 3, 2015 at 3:22 PM

click to enlarge UA/via KNWA
  • UA/via KNWA

KNWA has more on concessions
at Razorback football games in Fayetteville this year, the latest being news of across-the-board price cuts on some standard items sold by concessionaire Sodexo — drinks, hot dogs, pretzels and the like.

The list is below.

I'm following up with the Athletic Department on some of the new specialty stuff — the Mac Attack burger with mac-and-cheese; the Buffalo wing nachos, or the bacon/mac dog shown above. Credit cards will be accepted in the south end food court and club seating. And ATMs are available. No payday lending shops just yet.

UPDATE: By popular demand, prices on the new items:

Main Concourse East side 5 new items:(includes chips or fries)

Big Red Pork Tenderloin Sandwich $ 8
Mac Attack Burger- Hamburger w/ Macaroni & Cheese $ 9
1/4 Lb Macaroni and Cheese Hot Dog $ 8
Petit Jean Grilled Ham and Cheese Sandwich $ 8 

Buffalo Chicken available at the Wholly Habaneras Stand by the Food Court, East Side. $ 8 

From a news release from UA:

“This is a great example of how feedback we receive from our fans can help lead to significant improvements for all those attending our events,” Vice Chancellor and Director of Athletics Jeff Long said. “Specifically, information provided from our fans as part of our Fan survey program give us a baseline and candid feedback on how we can make a trip to watch Razorback Football more enjoyable. We’re excited about many of the game day improvements we have been able to implement this season. We are appreciative of those who support our teams and value what they have to say about their game day experience.”

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