76ers tickets are cheaper than cost of beer at home arena

Bill Streicher / USA TODAY Sports

Philadelphia 76ers' fans have found that drinking away their sorrows with a beer at home games is more expensive than the price of admission.

Since the Sixers started their rebuilding plan under GM Sam Hinkie in May 2013, the team has only been able to win 19 of their last 85 games and the losing has certainly taken its toll on the attendance at home games.

As found on StubHub, certain tickets to Friday's game between the 76ers and Detroit Pistons have fallen to a $3-$4 range, making them $9 more affordable than a can of beer at Wells Fargo Center.

The discrepancy was noted by a die-hard Sixers fan who attended the appalling 119-68 loss to the San Antonio Spurs on Monday night.

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- h/t SB Nation

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