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Did you drive to the World Series today? Parking was only $125

Oct 24, 2012, 8:30 PM EDT

World Series - Media Day Getty Images

Parking in San Francisco is notoriously difficult and expensive as it is. Factor in the World Series? It would be cheaper to travel to the game in a carriage pulled by animated Disney mice than to drive your car to AT&T and park it.

Behold this photo taken just before game time … valet parking, $130. But regular parking in a nearby lot isn’t much cheaper. San Francisco Appeal:

Ace Parking is looking to charge from $100-$125 during the World Series though normal day prices are just $17. If you’re willing to walk, prices then drop to around $55-$78. If you magically find street parking, hope to hell you’ve got enough change because the meter maids are ready and waiting for violators.

Meanwhile, inside: nice signage.


  1. bobulated - Oct 24, 2012 at 10:57 PM

    Anyone who drives to a Giants game deserves to be parted from their money; the MUNI light rail drops off at a stop in front, there is a ferry drop off behind the park and commuter rail Caltrain is two blocks away.