This Saturday, Colegiales debuted with a 2-1 victory against Villa San Carlos for the Primera B championship at the Libertarios Unidos stadium. However, what generated controversy off the field of play was the price of a hamburger, which completely outraged everyone on social media.
Through her X account (exTwitter), a journalist who supports the visiting team revealed that she had to pay $3,000 for a simple burger, without cheese or dressings.
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The young woman said that they charged her $3,000 for a hamburger. (Photo: X/@valeesaucedo)
“3 thousand pesos for this hamburger without anything at Munro. Is this legal?” he wrote on the social network, while sharing the photo of the food in question. Her post quickly went viral and received hundreds of comments.
“What is that medallion about? Asphalt?” commented one user. “That can't be true, on top of that they charged you for it,” claimed another Internet user. “It's the saddest thing I've ever seen in my life,” said another person.
A bottle of water for $4,000 on the Institute field
Days ago, fans of the Córdoba team expressed their indignation on social networks about the high prices of the buffet, especially the cost of water, which was sold for $4,000 a bottle on a day of high temperatures.
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On the price list you could see that both water and soda were the same value of $4,000, while a cheddar burger was $5,000. The potatoes did not have a set price and the salty snacks sold for $2,000. Naturally, fan complaints quickly spread on social media.
To have a point of reference regarding the prices of a bottle of water in Córdoba, in the match between Talleres and Gimnasia it was sold for $2000.
On his There is a new concession in the club in 2024 and they set the value, not the club. Today the CD asked for “consistency” in prices. It will be resolved by Monday.”
“There was a lot of anger from the managers when they found out about the prices. The institution never had any interference in this. “It is decided by whoever takes the concession,” he added in a response to his own tweet.