September 17, 2018 1:46 pm
Updated: September 17, 2018 4:30 pm

Struggling on the field, Bombers lower concession, parking prices

Winnipeg Blue Bombers quarterback Matt Nichols (15) walks off the field after throwing an interception during first half CFL action against the Saskatchewan Roughriders in the 15th annual Banjo Bowl in Winnipeg Saturday, September 8, 2018.


The Winnipeg Blue Bombers have lowered prices on some concession items and reduced parking rates.

The announcement comes after the Blue and Gold have suffered four straight losses, including two at the hands of the Saskatchewan Roughriders during the Labour Day Classic and the Banjo Bowl.

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The club has created a new $3 menu for the rest of the season, it announced Monday.

READ MORE: Winnipeg Blue Bombers reeling heading into bye week

Items on the $3 menu include hot dogs, perogies, spring rolls, bottled water and vegetarian chili. Some drinks will also see prices reduced to $2.50, including coffee, hot chocolate and fountain drinks.

The value lot will see parking prices reduced to $5 from $10. Those who purchased a parking pass this season for the lot will be credited, said the Bombers.

The Bombers’ next home game is Friday against the Montreal Alouettes. Kickoff is at 7:30 p.m.

WATCH: Winnipeg Blue Bombers head coach MikeO’Shea talks about their 32-27 loss to the Saskatchewan Roughriders in the Banjo Bowl.

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