Get cheap PayPal Park parking in San Jose
PayPal Park at 1123 Coleman Avenue in San Jose is a soccer-specific stadium that serves as the home ground of MLS's San Jose Earthquakes. Also known as the Earthquakes Stadium, PayPal Park is located west of San Jose International Airport and is part of a mixed-use (residential, retail, and hotel) neighborhood.
PayPal Park has a total capacity of around 18K and also houses North America's largest outdoor bar! Behind the northeast goal is a two-acre fan zone with bars and other facilities. Earthquakes' matches often draw a large crowd to PayPal Park, most of them driving to the stadium and parking at the on-site lots.
If you do not manage a parking pass for official Earthquakes parking, PayPal Parking could get tricky. Event parking is mostly restricted to the official lots around the stadium. You will get ticketed and towed if found parking in other areas nearby. But you can still book an affordable spot at off-site lots within a two-mile radius.
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PayPal Park parking rates
PayPal Park parking FAQs
Where can I find PayPal Park parking garages?
There are at least five official PayPal Park parking lots right outside the stadium. The Audi Lot and Parking Structure 1 are pre-paid pass access-only facilities. The other on-site lots – PS2, PS4, and Tailgating Lot offer limited matchday parking but accept card / mobile payment. ADA parking is available within the Audi Lot. Event parking is restricted to these parking facilities near PayPal Park unless otherwise mentioned in event details.
How much does PayPal Park parking cost?
The Audi Lot pre-paid passes cost $75, but ADA parking at the facility will cost you only $25. Parking at PS1 costs $50 per car, and the event parking rate at PS2 is $30. PS4 and Tailgating Lot spots cost $25. Cash is no longer accepted at PayPal Park parking lots. Instead, you can pay by phone or with credit/debit cards. Note that these rates are subject to change for non-MSL matches. VIP Parking with EV charging stations is available for $40; EV charging costs are additional.
Is there cheaper parking near PayPal Park?
Parking at off-site lots will be cheaper than the on-site PayPal Park parking lots. While event parking is restricted to the official lots and you could get ticketed/towed if found parking in other areas near the stadium, you can still park within a two-mile radius for less than half the official parking prices. Daily parking rates as low as $11 for up to 24 hours are available at lots like 1350 N 4th St Parking near PayPal Park.
How to find cheap PayPal Park parking?
The easiest and quickest solution for affordable parking near PayPal Park is downloading a parking app or using a parking website like Way.com. Most parking lots in San Jose offer special rates and discounts on online reservations. For example, you could park at affordable downtown San Jose parking lots and take the shuttle to the stadium. You’ll also find several cheaper parking lots within walking distance of the stadium – pre-book your spot for guaranteed event day parking.
PayPal Park parking tips
PayPal Park parking lots open three hours before MLS matches begin and close one hour after it ends.
You must present a valid ADA license plate or placard to access the ADA parking spot.
There is a maximum vehicle height restriction of 7 feet at all on-site PayPal Park parking lots.
Bus parking is not allowed on-site; the designated drop-off/pick-up area is on the south end of Aviation Avenue.
Tailgating is only permitted at the Tailgating lot on Wondo Way, opposite Parking Structure 4.
Free shuttle services for fans are available on matchdays. The buses loop from the corner of Market and St John streets near San Pedro Square to the corner of Coleman Avenue and Earthquakes Way near the stadium.