Those in attendance at SoFi Stadium for the NFC Championship Game between the Los Angeles Rams and the San Francisco 49ers will have already shelled out a bundle for their tickets, but that doesn’t include what they’ll have to pay to simply park their vehicle.
Onsite parking passes at the $5B+ SoFi Stadium In Inglewood, Calif., are going for around $300 per spot, and rising.
Arash Markazi, of ESPN Radio, reported via Twitter that spots at a nearby high school are going for about $175, and $200 at a nearby residential unit. Parking spots at a nearby medical center’s garage are currently being snapped up for a whopping $498.
One ticket broker told Markazi that he believes parking passes will likely be as expensive as the cheapest ticket to the game, which on StubHub right now is about $600.
Part of the reason for the inflated parking prices is that the Super Bowl will also be held at SoFi Stadium, and the NFL is taking up many of the spots at the stadium as it prepares for the big game.