The 7 Premier League stadiums with the highest mark-ups on beer, ranked

The Premier League season kicked off once again last month, which can only mean one thing: match-day pints.

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The price of a pint in the UK has risen by 13p in the past year to £3.60, a price that a recent YouGov survey found is 60p too expensive for the average Bfritish pub-goer.

But while premiums on pints differ from city to city, the mark-ups are almost always higher at events such as festivals and football matches.

Of course, this isn’t always the case. Betting specialists OddsMonkey have collated data on the average cost of a beer in the UK’s 20 Premier League stadiums, and compared their markups to the pints in their city centres to determine whether or not its worth leaving it till the last minute to go through the turnstiles.

From Watford to Wolverhampton, click through to see the worst-offending stadiums for marking up beer prices.

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