Prices to be adjusted in stages

Increased costs for raw materials, supply chains and staff are forcing the PreZero Arena caterer to raise the prices for all food and drinks by 30 cents per item. This was already supposed to be implemented at the first home game against VfB Stuttgart (24/1). "At that point, TSG Hoffenheim decided to offset the difference for the time being and not pass it onto our fans in order to show solidarity in times that are difficult from a sporting and, for many, a financial perspective," said TSG managing director Denni Strich.

All food at the kiosks in the PreZero Arena will become 30 cents more expensive for the home game against Borussia Dortmund, but the drinks prices will remain stable for the time being. "Once again, we will cover the additional costs for all drinks for both the match against Borussia Dortmund and Hertha BSC. Because we need the full support of our fans and believe we're sending a positive signal by doing this," Denni Strich continued. 

Consequently, the prices for all non-alcoholic drinks and wine spritzers will not increase by 30 cents until the home game against FC Schalke 04 (Matchday 27). Half a litre of beer will be 20 cents more expensive, but at 4.90 will still be below the 5 mark. These price increases for food and drinks are not a unique development. At other Bundesliga venues, price increases were already implemented at the beginning of the year. In some Bundesliga stadiums, supporters have to pay up to 5.50.

There are new savings packages to offset the price adjustments. They are displayed on large overview boards at all kiosks in the stadium concourse.

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