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The most expensive (and crappiest) coffee/food you've encountered at airports

The most expensive (and crappiest) coffee/food you've encountered at airports

Old Jun 6, 18, 2:40 pm
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Any food at Boston Logan. One example, $45 for a crab cake at the domestic terminal. "Legal Seafood," illegal prices.

But I also have a counterexample. Portland, OR requires airport vendors to sell at in-town prices, so good food at reasonable prices is available. And guess what: PDX is crammed with vendors, and because of the prices they have plenty of customers. Portland may be weird, but this particular policy is working.

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Old Jun 6, 18, 5:59 pm
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Originally Posted by alangore View Post
But I also have a counterexample. Portland, OR requires airport vendors to sell at in-town prices, so good food at reasonable prices is available. And guess what: PDX is crammed with vendors, and because of the prices they have plenty of customers. Portland may be weird, but this particular policy is working.
PHX as well. I don't know why vendors at other airports aren't forced to do this as well.
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