Not only are they freezing in their seats, but their beverages are as well. One fan tweeted a video (and a picture) of his beer, which turned into a slushie in the subzero temperatures.
slush waterfall baby pic.twitter.com/6OoOTwNM0H— ron browse (@AbeBroman) January 10, 2016
That's not quite what the fan spent (a guesstimate of) six bucks for.
Some may wonder why spectators wouldn't opt for warm beverages on a day like Sunday. When you see the price of hot chocolate, per ESPN's Darren Rovell, you'll understand why:
Price of hot chocolate at Vikings game: $8.— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) January 10, 2016
Of course, it's not clear how much hot chocolate you get for $8, but that does seem a bit steep.