Not sure how many of you go to games in person but I have season tickets. The arena might have have the worst selection of any major league sports facility I have been in. There is literally so little available and most of it subpar even by arena standards. Pricing seems mid to high by arena standards -- certainly not cheap. This brings me to a new scheme I witnessed during preseason. Unclear whether this will continue or it is a trial. The Sabres seem to be demanding you buy "extras" with everything. I wanted a pretzel (usually $5) and was told it only comes with cheese and is $6.25 now. I don't even know who gets cheese on pretzel but cashier said she could only ring it in as $6.25 even without the cheese. I wanted a hot dog and was told I had to get it with fries for $7.75. My friend wanted a fried bologna sandwich (I will give you that may be a Buffalo original considering it's 2018) and was told he needed to get chips and would be charged for them. I don't know the price difference for his order. I have no idea how prevalent this upsizing is at the arena. Has anyone else noticed this? I'm pretty angry about it. Team sucks, give me some variety in snacks at a decent price.