|“It cost Seahawks fans $140 to park near CenturyLink Field”|
Not only is that the highest of any NFL team, it represents an eye-popping 432% markup from the average face value cost ($84.52).
Given those figures, what do you think a CenturyLink Field parking pass will cost on said secondary market?
Yes, this is 2017, and this is the NFL, yadda yadda… but paying nearly $600 for a ticket and a parking pass is just plain wrong.
Finding cheaper ticket prices for NFL games may be a crap shoot, but for parking, it’s not. It may require a short walk or train ride to the stadium, but you can potentially save over $100.
Street parking $0-$4. CenturyLink Field is rather unique in the fact that there is actually an abundance of street parking nearby. It will cost you $1-$4/hour with (mainly) a 2-hour limit Monday-Saturday, but on Sundays it’s free and time limits generally do not apply.
This is the most popular option for most fans, and the spaces will go quickly & early on Seahawks game days, starting with the Pioneer Square & Chinatown/International District areas, both of which are under a 10 minute walk to the Link.
For a full list of street parking areas, rates, & hours, go to Seattle.gov.
If you are too late, here are a few other low cost alternatives:
Park ‘N Fly $10. A parking spot at SeaTac International Airport and Light Rail round trip fare to the stadium is just 10 bucks with Seattle Park ‘N Fly. Reservations recommended.
Port of Seattle $12. Another airport parking/light rail shuttle deal. Get your coupon here. Saturdays and Sundays only.
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