Operations

Limo Parking Passes For Super Bowl XLVIII Are $200 And Up

Posted on December 12, 2013

If you think it will cost an arm and a leg to park your car at MetLife Stadium for Super Bowl XLVIII, then you'll need to sacrifice a few more limbs to get a spot for your limo, mini bus or bus.

Along with the $150 parking permits for vehicles under 15 feet — cars, vans, SUVs — the NFL today made available permits for limos ($200), mini buses under 35 feet long ($250) and buses ($350).

A lot is what you'll get to park in — and pay.

Despite the super price tag, the parking permits are selling.

For the full story, go to www.nj.com.

Related Topics: New Jersey operators, New York operators, operating expenses, special events, sporting events, Super Bowl, taxes, vehicle costs

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