Inflation is a bit concerning right now, and that of course extends to your Super Bowl snacks(ouch!). A Wells Fargo study estimates that the price of Super Bowl parties could be up to 14 percent higher this year versus last year. The study looked at the cost of various popular party items, from chips and dip to chicken wings. The items with the biggest uptick in cost are those that include meat—chicken wings alone are 26 percent more expensive than last year, while steaks are 23 percent more expensive, and hamburgers are 17 percent more expensive. The good news is staples like chips and avocados are only about one percent more expensive than they were last year, and carrots and celery are about the same price that they were in 2021. Meanwhile, soda in 2-liter bottles is running 12 percent higher, while the cost of beer is up four percent, and the cost of wine is up three percent.