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Haven’t parked at OPACY in a while. Parking pass online appears sold out, which seems odd. How much is parking, and which lots should be available tomorrow? Thanks 

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$8.  Plenty of parking. The front lots are $10 but that is for season holders. Every once and awhile I have seen them let people in there but rarely. 

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4 minutes ago, eddie83 said:

$8.  Plenty of parking. The front lots are $10 but that is for season holders. Every once and awhile I have seen them let people in there but rarely. 

Just thought I’d mention that the equivalent lot to the OPACY $10 lot  at Nats Park costs $43.   Orioles fans have it good.   

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1 minute ago, Frobby said:

Just thought I’d mention that the equivalent lot to the OPACY $10 lot  at Nats Park costs $43.   Orioles fans have it good.   

I saw something last year, may have been on here with all the teams parking costs. I think Orioles are cheapest.  

Yeah, what a difference. A lot you can buy with an extra $33-35 in your pocket.  

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11 minutes ago, Frobby said:

Just thought I’d mention that the equivalent lot to the OPACY $10 lot  at Nats Park costs $43.   Orioles fans have it good.   

One of the many blessings of OPACY. 

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50 minutes ago, eddie83 said:

$8.  Plenty of parking. The front lots are $10 but that is for season holders. Every once and awhile I have seen them let people in there but rarely. 

That’s what I remembered but I was getting different info online. Thanks. 

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1 hour ago, waroriole said:

That’s what I remembered but I was getting different info online. Thanks. 

If you're going to tomorrow's game, metered street parking should be free since it's Sunday.

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For Saturday and Sunday games, you will probably be parking next to M&T Bank Stadium for $10.

The rest of the time, you can park in the lots under the bridge for $10. If you go to the small annex lot, across from Lot A just before Russell Street, early enough, you can park there for $10 too.

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A thing to check on is the church parking lot just up from the K/L parking on Hamburg.  Someone there to watch the car and a small enough lot to watch easily.  Price is usually the same as Oriole lots but no reservation needed.  End up walking two blocks more than from K/L.

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39 minutes ago, Going Underground said:

I think parking at the Horseshoe is still free for Oriole games but a little bit of a walk 

My suggestion is to always park at horseshoe casino, then take a $5 uber/lyft there and back to the stadium. You get door to door service, your car is safe, and you don’t have to walk anywhere at night. 

But that’s my move...

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2 hours ago, waroriole said:

That’s what I remembered but I was getting different info online. Thanks. 

No problem. I’m not sure if they only sell online parking day of game or not. 

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I have always parked for free in Little italy, and made the 15-minute walk to and from the stadium (straight down Pratt Street) to watch the games ........ and if the game is at all crowded, you will probably get back to wherever you are going to at about the same time as if you were parked at the stadium, because you won't be dealing with the thousands of cars which are all leaving OPACY right after the game.

 

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