In this file photo taken Monday, April 6, 2015, patrons walk past a vendor sign during a practice round for the Masters golf tournament, in Augusta, Ga. At a time when buying a hot dog and a beer at any big event can mean a pricey tab and a credit card, A
Chris Carlson
April 10, 2015

AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) The sandwich boards around Augusta National listing breakfast and lunch options look ridden with typos, or like signs left over from the 1950s.

Sure, the parking is free at the Masters. Grabbing a bite to eat simply can't be that cheap.

Think again.

Mark King of Atlanta had to do a double-take when paying his lunch for two, he wanted to make sure he was being charged the correct amount.

A hot dog and a beer at any big sporting events can easily gobble up most - if not all - of a $20 bill. Not here.

At Augusta National, where a family of three can have lunch for $21 with five sandwiches, three bags of chips and three drinks.

It's possibly the best value meal deal in sports.

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