The largest place I see ei playing out is in things in limited quantity.
Most the population is being priced out of things which used to be generally free or affordable.
In texas, the beaches were always free but now some stretches are being locked up. On the east coast, large stretches of beach are "private".
Amusement parks are grossly over crowded but if you have money (5x the standard price), you don't have a line.
Collectables that used to be affordable if you saved up are now going for more than your entire life income because when a person has a billion dollars they can afford to drop a million dollars on a comic book.
Likewise, there are private ski resorts, special "extra money" ski privileges in areas that used to be affordable to all and equally open to all.
Likewise for the front rows at concerts, opening nights for shows.
When the wealthiest made 52x what the rest did, their spending was constrained. They could have anything but they couldn't have everything. Now at 350x to 452x, they can pretty much have everything special and unique.
The balance of wealth between the richest and poorest in society determines how we share rare things in our society. Currently, we've reached a point where the richest get everything and even the "non-rich" get a lot less than they did in the past.