We all know that getting out to a Dodgers game isn’t exactly the cheapest option, especially for a family outing. With costs rising over the years, fans have had to be very picky about which games they want to get out to. But this year will feature another slightly added cost to things.
Last season, Dodgers fans could purchase parking ahead of time for $20 on the team website. That price appears to have jumped up again this year with fans having to dish out an extra $5 to pay in advance. No word yet on how much parking will be in person, which is always higher.
That’s sort of been a theme over the years for the Dodgers as parking continues to rise. Fans looking to get out to a game do have some options though. The team encourages public transportation and the use of the stadium express.
The express is free for all Dodgers ticket holders in 2022. The express comes from both Union Station as well as the South Bay. Throughout Los Angeles County, there are six rail lines that connect to the express. So while parking prices continue to rise, there are options for fans looking to get to a game and not spend a ton of money.
The Gold Line Metro rail also stops at the intersection of Alameda Street and College Street, just under a mile walk to the stadium gates. Dodgers fans can also utilize the bike racks at the stadium, though that option isn’t often taken advantage of.
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