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St. Louis (KSDK) -- St. Louis Rams fans who attend games at the Edward Jones Dome this fall will see some new enhancements.

The Rams Official Team Store is located on the 100-level concourse near section 152. It includes merchandise and novelties available for men, women and children of all ages.

The team also opened the Dream Play Recreation just outside section 154 at the Charter Red Zone Lounge. It includes two tube slides, an access ramp and ladder.

Fans can purchase beer, pizza and bottled beverages at a discount. The Rams now offer $5 beer, $5 bottled water, soda and Gatorade. Fans can also buy a $7 bottomless soda. . The prices of 16 oz. plastic bottles of beer have also been dropped to $7.75 while pizza slices have been lowered to $7. A new $5 kid's meal will be available on both the 100- and 400-level concourse, which includes a choice of peanut butter & jelly or macaroni and cheese, fruit and milk.

Fans looking for healthier food options can now find those inside the dome. These items include a gluten-free mixed-green salad with toasted almonds, cranberries and blue cheese, a slow-roasted turkey and provolone sandwich, and roasted red-pepper hummus with pretzel chips.

Earlier this year, the Rams announced promotional giveaways that fans will be able to pick-up. Fans at the home opener will receive Jeff Fisher fake moustaches. Other promotional items include a James Laurinaitis bobblehead for the first 10,000 kids 14 and under on Sunday, September 30 when the Rams host the Seattle Seahawks and a Sam Bradford bobblehead as part of "Fan Appreciation Day" for the first 10,000 kids 14 and under on Sunday, December 16 when the Rams host the Minnesota Vikings. On Sunday, November 18 when the Rams host the New York Jets, all fans in attendance will enjoy a post-game live musical performance by the Grammy Award winning group, Switchfoot. On Sunday, December 2 when the Rams host the San Francisco 49ers, all fans in attendance will receive a 75th Anniversary commemorative poster.

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