Chicago Game Day Parking: The Colder it Gets, the More You Save

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Are you heading downtown for this Sunday’s game? It’s set to be the coldest football game on record in Chicago. If you’re brave enough to head outside, we want to make it a little easier to get to and from the game.

 

Our recommendation? Reserve $25 parking with SpotHero, take a free shuttle to the stadium and get a special discount if temperatures plunge below zero at kick-off.

 

Here are all the details you need to know:

 

$25 Game Day Parking

This Sunday, park for $25 at Millennium Park Garage from 8am – 6pm. This is a covered self-park garage, so your car won’t be exposed to the elements. Then take Millennium Park Garage’s free shuttle to the stadium.

 

Free Shuttle

Millennium Park Garage provides a shuttle to and from the game. The pick up/drop off point is at Millennium Park Garage lower Randolph (Level 2.5). Look for signage to guide you through Millennium Park Garage to the shuttle area.

 

Shuttles begin 4 hours prior to each game and 2 hours after the end of the game. The shuttles run, on the average, every 20 minutes.

 

At the stadium, the pick up/drop off is at 18th Street (the turnaround).

 

ADA shuttles are available. At Millennium Park Garage, it’s the same pickup/drop off point. At the stadium, the pick up/drop off spot is at Gate 10.

 

For more details, check out the Millennium Park Garages page.

 

The colder it gets, the more you save!

We’re offering up something special. At noon CST on Sunday, we’ll record the temperature from the South Loop station on WeatherUnderground found here. For every degree below zero it is at 12pm, you’ll receive $1 back in SpotHero credit, if you’re parked at Millennium Park Garage.

 

So if the actual temperature is -3, you’ll save $3! We’ll credit the savings to your account in SpotHero credit.

 

Temperature will be recorded in Fahrenheit, and savings will be based on actual temperature–not the wind chill. Download the official rules here.

 

Stay warm out there, heroes!