Oct 24, 2012, 8:30 PM EDT
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.
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.
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