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Published April 11, 2013
Meanwhile, Sunday’s Wrestlemania 29 at MetLife Stadium resulted in a $24.85 per cap, slightly below the average spend for Jets and Giants games, said stadium President & CEO Brad Mayne. Total spending was about $2M from a crowd of 80,676. Delaware North Sportservice, the stadium’s concessionaire, introduced two new food items, a premium grilled cheese sandwich that sold for $8 and $10 with Taylor ham, a local brand, and bacon on a stick for $5. The grilled cheese sandwich was such a big hit that stadium officials are considering adding the sandwich to the menu this fall for NFL games, Mayne said.