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Photo: Here Are The Concession Prices At The 2019 Masters

A general view of the masters flag.

AUGUSTA, GA - APRIL 07: A Masters flag blow in the wind during a practice round prior to the start of the 2014 Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club on April 7, 2014 in Augusta, Georgia. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)

In just a few days, the world's best golfers will tee off from Augusta National in the Masters. Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy enters as the favorite, with Americans Dustin Johnson and Tigers Woods close behind.

Last year's champion, Patrick Reed, is outside the top-20 of players with the best odds of winning the tournament. At just 60/1, Reed could be one of the best bets of the weekend.

The Masters is golf's most-alluring draw for fans and golfers alike. While watching the world's best in action is the main attraction for fans, Augusta sports a few other unique offerings.

Fans will spend an arm and a leg on travel and lodging, but won't have to shell out top dollar for food and drink.

Earlier Monday morning, Darren Rovell revealed the prices of concessions.

The classic Pimento cheese sandwich comes in at just $1.50 and a craft beer costs just $5.

As stadiums across the country raise prices, the Masters remains one of the most-affordable from a food and beverage standpoint.

Meanwhile, tickets on the secondary market soar well into the thousands each year. If anyone needs a break on concession prices, it's those shelling out top dollar for tickets to the event.

The Masters kicks off on Thursday.