As reported by WTHR, the Star’s news-gathering partner, some parking spaces being offered online will cost $99 and up on game day. According to the ParkWhiz website, which is handling reservations and payments, prices range from $59 to as high as $399.
Scott Gould of Denison Parking said the week of the Super Bowl activities could be worth $1 million in parking fees. All told, Denison has about 10,000 spaces available.
“It’s probably going to be the best day in the parking business,” Gould said.
Just a few blocks from Lucas Oil Stadium, Pan Am Plaza is charging $129, neighboring Union Station is charging $99, and a Downtown garage is charging $59.