Super Bowl parking will run nearly 1K per spot

BY foxsports • February 3, 2011

By MIKE PIELLUCCI
FOXSportsSouthwest.com
Feb. 3, 2011

Just like tickets and hotel rooms, Super Bowl parking won't be cheap.

According to a report from the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, the two lots closest to Cowboys Stadium are charging $990 per spot, more than double the asking price a couple of weeks ago and, according to myfoxdc.com, $850 more than the official stadium rate.

That means that if someone wanted to buy an upper-bowl ticket in the stadium, one night at the Embassy Suites in downtown Fort Worth, and the best parking spot on game day, it would cost them roughly $3,800.

Bearing in mind that club-level seats are going for more than $22,000 on the secondary ticket market, according to a Los Angeles Times report, there likely are fans who will spend somewhere in the neighborhood of $30,000 for premium seats, hotel, and parking.

True to the popular Texan phrase, the pricing really is bigger in Texas.

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