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Super Bowl parking pass: $150. Game not included
Fortunately, the quarterback and kicker for Super Bowl XLVIII will have their own transportation to the Feb. 2 game at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford. It would cost them an arm and leg if they had to pay to park there. The NFL confirmed Wednesday that ...
Super Bowl 2014 transit problems: About 2,000 parking passes, 300 charter bus permits went unused Super Bowl Parking Passes Tickets
The transit debacle that was the biggest story of the Super Bowl at MetLife Stadium had another wrinkle added to it. Star-Ledger columnist Paul Mulshine was the first to point out that overpriced Super Bowl parking passes were unused -- and likely led to ...
Super Bowl train jam resulted from unused parking, bus passes Super Bowl Parking Passes Tickets
Three years after the North Texas Super Bowl was marred by a lack of seats inside the stadium, the lingering memories of Super Bowl XLVIII will entail not enough seats on the trains that took fans to and from MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford. Reasons for ...