Los Angeles Rams, NFL Playoffs, San Francisco 49ers

These parking prices for Rams-49ers might make your head explode

Paying for parking ahead of the 2021 NFC Championship Game between the No. 6 San Francisco 49ers and the No. 4 Los Angeles Rams will cost someone a small fortune.

For fans planning on attending the 2021 NFC Championship Game between the San Francisco 49ers and the Los Angeles Rams, you might as well start walking to SoFi Stadium now, as the parking prices are beyond ridiculous.

In what will be the biggest game at SoFi Stadium until Super Bowl 56 in a few weeks, people will have to pay for prepaid parking spots like they are docking a dang yacht in a harbor. Whether it is parking at a nearby high school, a residential unit, somebody’s house or a parking garage of a medical facility, it may cost patrons between $175 and $500 to park within 1.5 miles of SoFi.

There is absolutely no telling how much these precious parking spots will go for if the Rams host the Kansas City Chiefs in the Super Bowl.

Parking will cost a fortune for San Francisco 49ers vs. Los Angeles Rams game

This may be the third installment of this year’s rendition of the storied NFC West rivalry series, but it is not like the Rams have had a clue of late on how to beat the 49ers. San Francisco has won the last six meetings between the two division rivals over the last three seasons. The winner of this game faces either the Chiefs or the Cincinnati Bengals in the Super Bowl in a few weeks from now.

While these inflated parking prices might be a ploy to keep 49ers fans out of SoFi, it is too late now. They have a massive fan base that extends throughout the country and not just in NorCal. These parking establishments may be going Hollywood, but that is not going to ward off Silicon Valley’s finest. Of course, the common man gets screwed by this, but when has that mattered?

Instead of spending hundreds of dollars on parking, use that money on food and beverages to make the viewing experience at home all that much more over the top.

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