Kitchen equipment from U.S. Bank Stadium being sold at auction

More than 500 items are up for grabs at reduced cost.
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Hundreds of pieces of kitchen equipment from U.S. Bank Stadium are up for grabs via an auction. 

The online auction began at 10 a.m. Tuesday and is being hosted by Grafe Auction, with more than 500 items available. All of the times are described as “new surplus overstock or hardly used." 

Among the "popular items" on Grafe Auctions' website: 

  • Hotdog roller grill
  • Popper popcorn machine
  • Hamilton Beach Mix n' Chill blender
  • Stainless steel 12-bottle wine cooler
  • Coffee warmer with carafes
  • Whisky tumbler glasses
  • Espresso machine
  • Coffee maker
  • Bavarian pretzel cabinet
  • Bun warmer
  • Stainless steel taco holders
  • Purple plastic champagne flutes
  • Pint glasses
  • Pizza stands
  • Wine glasses
  • Cocktail glasses
  • Gravy boats
  • China espresso cups

To get in on the action all you have to do is create an account with Grafe Auction and then you can start tossing around bids. 

There are literally dozens upon dozens of almost everything listed above, so there is a lot to choose from at cheap prices. And if you're Baby Yoda, there are no buyer premiums. 

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