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Celebrate the Masters with the Official ‘Taste of Masters’ Food Box

A snack box filled with food from the Masters golf tournament.

If you’re celebrating the Masters Tournament this year from afar, but want to enjoy the sleeper hit of every Masters Tournament (the delicious food), then this delivery box is for you. But you’d better act fast!

Even those who are unfamiliar with the Masters Tournament know it’s a big deal in the golf world, and the biggest names in golf gather for it. For those who are more familiar with it—especially those who’ve enjoyed it in person—there’s a secret star of the show. It’s not a pro-golfer or a memorable caddy, though; it’s the menu.

The concession stands at the Masters are practically legendary for two reasons: the food is delicious and it’s cheap. You can get an iconic egg salad or pimento cheese sandwich for $1.50, and even a club sandwich is only $2.50.

Examples of the different kinds of sandwiches available at the Masters Tournament.
Delicious sandwiches are a big deal at the Masters. Calvin Moh

Even if you’re not getting to the Masters this year, you can celebrate in style at home, thanks to an official “meal pack” from the sports gear and memorabilia site Fanatics.

The pack includes all the classics from the tournament: caramel popcorn, chocolate chip cookies, egg salad, North Carolina-style pulled pork BBQ, pimento cheese, and potato chips. You also get some official wax paper liners (just like those in the food boxes at the Masters) and a stack of commemorative plastic cups.

For $150, you’ll get everything you need (except the sandwich bread and a TV) to feed around six people and enjoy the Masters in style. That’s a wee bit more than what you’d pay in person, but as there are no tickets or airfare involved, we’re sure it balances out.

Do note that when you order, you’ll have to select your bundle based on the delivery date. So, instead of one listing with a drop-down menu for the date, the site has separate listings for delivery on Nov. 11, 12, and 13.

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