No matter who you’re rooting for this weekend, you’ll likely be paying more for Super Bowl snacks than you did last year. The average cost of food for those hosting Super Bowl parties this weekend is expected to be 14% higher than 2021, primarily driven by meat prices. Frozen chicken is up 12% while ground beef is 13% more expensive, and steak is up a whopping 21%. For thrifty spenders, potato chips are only up around 1%.

Beverages upped the ante, too with beer and wine up 3% and 4% respectively while a 12-pack of soda has risen 12%. Despite massive inflation, nothing purchased for Super Bowl snacks can compare to how expensive tickets are to the game. SeatGeek says right now the cheapest seats are being sold for about $7,000.

Read more on inflation’s role in Super Bowl weekend here.