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Philadelphia 76ers tickets are cheap — here’s a list of 13 everyday things that are more expensive

Tickets to see the god-awful Sixers are dirt-cheap, as in, tickets to tonight’s Sun’s game at the Wells Fargo Center are $10.95 on StubHub. Here are 14 things Philadelphians don’t bat an eye at spending more money on:

1. One American cheesesteak + an order of Freedom Fries at Geno’s: $13.50

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2. Septa Independence (AKA one day) pass: $12

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3. Four gallons of gas (at current price of gas $2.83): $11.32

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4. Skate rentals + adult price of admission for a skate at Dilworth Plaza: $12

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5. Crab fries and soda at Chickie’s and Pete’s at the Wells Fargo Center, where the Sixers play (badly): $12

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6. Parking at Alright Parking on 20th street by Rittenhouse square on Fridays and Saturdays: $12

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7. Large Bitburger Pilsner at Frankford Hall: $12

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8. Chipotle steak burrito with guacamole and a small soda: $11.35

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9. “Interstellar” in IMAX at the Franklin Institute: $15

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10. Eagles Breast Cancer Awareness Wristbands (2-pack): $11.01

 

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11. Penn basketball vs. Lafayette Leopards at the Palestra for Saturday: $18

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12. The Stock Market Crunch Sundae at Franklin Fountain: $11

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13. A dozen Federal Donuts: $11

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