Let's suppose every single fan, that goes to every single game, buys a twelve pack of budweiser before each game. 79,451 people buy an $8 package of beer. That works out to $635,608 for each game. Let's also say, for argument's sake, that every single one of those game-goers gets dinner on the plaza, after the game, in a blatant attempt to support our economy. At $25 a head, that's $1,986,275, plus the beer they all bought, that's $2,621,883 poured recklessly into our economy on every game day. In a year, that works out to $20,975,064. Over 25 years, that's $524,376,600, which still isn't as much as the tax will generate and hand over to Mister Hunt. This is entirely hypothetical, and doesn't count things like inflation, taxes, or the fact that a great number of game-goers spend almost all their money inside the stadium.
Looks like a loss, to me. Not for Mister Hunt, of course.