Tickets to the NFC Championship Game have been a big talking point this week as 49ers fans try to infiltrate SoFi Stadium and outnumber Rams fans the way they did in Week 18.
However, the 2022 NFC Championship has delivered us perhaps the most interesting tickets and parking drama of recent NFL playoffs history.
Everything in the Los Angeles area is already expensive to begin with, so it should not be shocking that parking near the stadium would become pricey with the home team hosting the huge game.
Arash Markazi of ESPN 1090 in Los Angeles tweeted that one ticket broker thinks that parking will soon cost more than the “get in” price:
“I just talked to a ticket broker who is now selling parking passes. “I never thought I’d say this on Monday but I think by kickoff, on-site parking passes at SoFi Stadium might be more expensive than the cheapest ticket to the NFC Championship Game.”
To park at a nearby high school, you’ll pay $175. Homeowners are opening their driveways up for parking, too, and charging $300.
With the cost of parking, one person going to Rams-49ers will cost nearly $1,000, if not more. That is a lot of money to pay to have screaming drunk fans yell for three hours while standing in a 30+ minute restroom line. Not to mention, the lines to get something to eat will be unbearable.
Even if the Rams don’t win, the same will happen but with fans shelling out even more money with the Super Bowl being at the same stadium in February.
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