We’re halfway through the 2014 NFL season and for fans that go to games – you’re not crazy for thinking prices have gone up! Team Marketing Report has released their 2014 Fan Cost Index® report which estimates the cost of attending an NFL game for a family of four. Bad news: league-wide prices have increased an average of 4.4% this year. Notably, the 49ers and their new high-tech Levi Stadium takes the crown away from the Cowboys with an estimated cost of $641.50; a massive 38.7% increase!
So what does that mean for parking?
It’s also unfortunately on the up and up.
League-wide, parking prices have gone up 3% since last year and almost 31% since 2009. Parking at AT&T Stadium to watch a Cowboys home game is still the most expensive at $75 while the largest increase in parking prices was 28.5% at Lincoln Financial Field to watch the Eagles play.
Fortunately, us Pandas have been working hard to make the gameday experience seamless, convenient, and cheaper for fans, nationwide. With available parking for half of the NFL teams, using our service will allow fans to get more from the game.
Here’s a nifty infographic that explain how Parking Panda helps fans enjoy more at the game:
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