To park yourself in your seat to watch playoff baseball, you might need to first park your car.
The Atlanta Braves just released their gameplan for parking at SunTrust Park during this postseason run against the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Parking goes on sale to the public at noon Thursday and 10 a.m. for season-ticket holders.
The team said costs begin at $25 for single-game ticket purchasers and $20 for the season ticket folks.
Since before the stadium’s opening, the team has built their whole theory of parking around you buying your parking pass ahead of time, and that won’t change.
The following decks will accept on-site payment up until 2½ hours before first pitch: Red Deck, N29, E31, E35, E41, E42 and E43.
As usual, the Red Deck and lot N29 will offer ADA-compliant parking and a shuttle that will pick up and drop off at Battery Avenue just outside the Third Base Gate starting 2½ hours before first pitch.
The weekday games also differ from the weekend games.
The team released information about the lots on its website.
A playoff change is that the four lots usually only for season ticket holders — Orange Valet Deck, Delta Deck,Braves 9 and Braves 11 — will be open to the public. Remember, season ticket holder get a two-hour head start to buy parking passes online.
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