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Prices Up Today on New Haven Line


Just a reminder: Starting today, it costs more for a bottle of water, a beer or a drink on Metro-North’s New Haven Line and on the bar carts in Grand Central Terminal.
Here’s the price list:

Wine and hard liquor:
Top shelf liquor (Absolut, Jack Daniels, Bombay Sapphire Gin, Dewars.): $6.50 (up from $5.50.)
“House” liquor: $6.25 (up from $5.25.)
Wine: $5.50 (up from $4.50.)

Foster’s beer (25 ounce): $4.75 (up from $3.75.)
Heineken, Amstel: $3.25 (up from $2.75.)
Molson: $3.25 (up from $2.25.)
Budweiser, Coors, O’Douls: $2.50 (up from $2.)
Miller: $2.50 (up from $1.75.)

Soda/water: $1.50 (up from $1.25)
Fruit juice: $1.75 (up from $1.50)
Juice (mixer): $1 (up from 75 cents.)
Snacks: $1 (up from 75 cents.)

This entry was posted on Thursday, May 8th, 2008 at 9:03 am by Ken Valenti. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed.
Category: bar cars, Commuting, Grand Central Terminal, Metro-North, New Haven line



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