Title: Taylor Swift Fans Face Pricey Parking for Eras Tour at Levi’s Stadium
Santa Clara, CA – As Taylor Swift’s highly anticipated Eras Tour rolls into Levi’s Stadium, ticket holders are discovering that parking prices are putting a dent in their wallets. The Bib Theorists has found that parking passes are being sold on ticket resale platforms, such as StubHub and Viagogo, at jaw-dropping prices.
According to StubHub, prices for single-ticket parking passes in Levi’s Stadium’s Blue Lot 1 section range from $139 all the way up to an eye-watering $625. In fact, the most expensive parking space spotted on StubHub was listed at an astonishing $1,253. These high prices are determined by the number of ticket holders in the vehicle, causing further fluctuations in pricing.
StubHub also listed single-ticket parking prices in Levi’s Green and Red lots between $195 and $217. Those looking for double-ticket parking spaces had to shell out anywhere from $142 in the Blue Lot to $256 in the Green parking area.
Not to be outdone, Viagogo boasted over 70 single-ticket and 60 double-ticket parking passes for Friday’s show. These passes ranged from $149 to $250, while Saturday’s show offered about 130 single-ticket and 120 double-ticket parking passes, starting from $110 in Blue Lot 1 or a nearby lot.
For those seeking alternative options, VividSeats provided some relief with single, double, and four-ticket parking passes starting at $137 for Friday’s show and $106 for Saturday’s show. However, an even more cost-effective option has emerged, as ParkWhiz is offering parking spaces near the San Jose International Airport for a mere $6.25, despite being approximately three miles away from the stadium.
Notably, some Swifties are choosing to forgo the high parking costs and are instead opting for public transportation or ride-share services to get to the concert. This alternative not only saves money but also contributes to reducing traffic congestion and carbon emissions.
The Bib Theorists advises concertgoers to plan their transportation ahead of time and explore all available options to ensure a hassle-free and budget-friendly experience.
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