|“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 parking at CenturyLink Field will cost you on said secondary ticket market?
And although this is 2017, and this is the NFL, yadda yadda, having to pay nearly $600 for a ticket and a parking pass is still wrong.
Finding cheaper ticket prices for NFL football 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 at least hundred bucks.
Street parking $0-$4. The area is rather unique in the fact that there is actually an abundance of street parking near CenturyLink Field. 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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