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    Premium Parking

    What advantages (besides being closer to the stadium) does having a premium parking pass have? From what I can tell it takes longer to get out of the stadium which is a bad thing. Am I wrong there?

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    I think the biggest advantage - if you want to call it that - is that you can get there an hour before game time and not have to deal with the hassle of finding a space in the not-so-premium lots. Still plenty of spaces left at that time in the premium lot. As far as getting out my take is that a lot of the premium parkers leave well before the game is over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mitchmac View Post
    I think the biggest advantage - if you want to call it that - is that you can get there an hour before game time and not have to deal with the hassle of finding a space in the not-so-premium lots. Still plenty of spaces left at that time in the premium lot. As far as getting out my take is that a lot of the premium parkers leave well before the game is over.
    The parking lot opens five hours before game time. I find that getting out of the stadium has gotten much better than it was at the old stadium. I've never had to rely on off-site parking but I understand there is a fee charged and most folks ave a significant walk to the stadium.
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    I live really close to the stadium....if ur not going to tailgate in the lot, go to REDS bar and grill, its about a mile away from the stadium on route 120. For $20 you can park in their lot, and they will drop you off and pick you up after the game with their shuttle bus. They might even have some food included I don't remember. Anyway, its really close and I'm sure it will be packed with fellow Giants fans.

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    I've gone to about 30 games at Metlife so far. I've only parked in the premium lot once when I got Coaches Club seats for the Seattle game last year. All the other times it has been Lot J. The only real advantage is the ability to show up 2 hours before kick-off park and not have to park in Cleveland. We tailgate before and after the game so getting out is never an issue. As a whole the parking and traffic is much improved from the old place.

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