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02-20-2013, 07:59 PM
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Parking question

Sorry but can't seem to find an easy answer. I'm seeing $20 and I'm also seeing included in the ticket price. I purchased a ticket through stub hub to see the March 5/13 game. Can someone offer a parking answer? Thanks

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I think it depends on what section you're sitting in, but you're most likely stuck like the rest of us using the general parking. If you don't want to pay then just park across the street at the Sawgrass Mall.

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Sorry but can't seem to find an easy answer. I'm seeing $20 and I'm also seeing included in the ticket price. I purchased a ticket through stub hub to see the March 5/13 game. Can someone offer a parking answer? Thanks
Parking is not included in the ticket price. It's $20. Look on stub hub for a parking pass too, or just park across the street at the mall.

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Thanks for the answers

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General parking used to be free last year and at least the year before. Now, after a nasty lockout, they decide to start charging $20 a car? That's a slap in the face of the fans.

I was pondering going tomorrow, but I'm certainly not going now. I'll watch on TV.

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General parking used to be free last year and at least the year before. Now, after a nasty lockout, they decide to start charging $20 a car? That's a slap in the face of the fans.

I was pondering going tomorrow, but I'm certainly not going now. I'll watch on TV.
Relax. Breathe. Woosaaaah.

You can park right across the street at the Sawgrass Mills Mall and it's free. 5 minute walk.


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It's not the walk. It's the principle of the thing: free hot dogs and 50% merchandise are fine to most fans, but as a lifelong fan of the greatest game ever this is my third lockout and I'm still irate.

The owners think we fans are sheep-like idiots, and suddenly charging a ridiculous fee for something that was free before the lockout is insulting.

I was already going to buy my ticket via the secondary market (and avoid concessions), so as not to put money into the owner's pocket. Now I'm just soured and don't have any desire to go.

Well, baseball is my second-favorite sport and the Marlins have competent, stable ownership who cares about their fans. I'll spend my hard-earned money there. /serious, dripping

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Relax. Breathe. Woosaaaah.

You can park right across the street at the Sawgrass Mills Mall and it's free. 5 minute walk.

Not even. Just park by the movie theatre/Oasis. They even have cops directing traffic and monitoring the cross walks. It's not a big deal.

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Not even. Just park by the movie theatre/Oasis. They even have cops directing traffic and monitoring the cross walks. It's not a big deal.
They almost make it too easy.

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It's not the walk. It's the principle of the thing: free hot dogs and 50% merchandise are fine to most fans, but as a lifelong fan of the greatest game ever this is my third lockout and I'm still irate.

The owners think we fans are sheep-like idiots, and suddenly charging a ridiculous fee for something that was free before the lockout is insulting.

I was already going to buy my ticket via the secondary market (and avoid concessions), so as not to put money into the owner's pocket. Now I'm just soured and don't have any desire to go.

Well, baseball is my second-favorite sport and the Marlins have competent, stable ownership who cares about their fans. I'll spend my hard-earned money there. /serious, dripping
I have no problem with them charging for parking honestly, but $10 is plenty.

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