While the face value cost of a Soldier Field parking pass is $49…
Try - just try, and find one for that much from an online ticket broker.
Chances are that parking at Soldier Field will cost you at least $170 on the secondary market.
That figure is the third-highest in the NFL, behind only the New England Patriots and the Green Bay Packers:
Now if there’s anything that a Bears fan could use (aside from a quarterback), it’s some parking tips, so that you don’t have to spend nearly 200 bucks.
Let's see… there are cheaper alternatives that are a half a mile or more away, but those will still generally cost you at least $90.
Not quite as expensive but equally hard to get are spaces at the 2 overflow lots on the other side of Lake Shore - one on 18th Street (alcohol prohibited) and one on E 31st Street. These go for $50 and $40 respectively and are sold almost exclusively via the stadium parking site at clickandpark.com, and they do go really fast.
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