There has to be some sort of subsidizing here right? The exact same cup of coffee costs me $1.85 in Brooklyn. If we were comparing Seattle to New York I’d be fine with this. But we are not. We are comparing the locked down, price gouging internal airport food service world with a regular “street” coffee. If I were to make a straight airport to airport comparison, the NYC JFK coffee would be close to $5. So how is it that an airport Starbucks can cost less than a non-airport Starbucks? I’d love to know. Howard if you read this please let give me some insight. What’s most alarming is that this raises a much larger question. If Starbucks can do this, why can’t everyone else at the airport? I understand supply and demand but $14.50 for a 3 day old, dry turkey sandwich makes me furious.