The Super Bowl committee, announced on Monday, that there will be no tailgating parties at the 2014 Super Bowl.
The announcement states that people will be allowed to have food and drink in their cars and that they can eat outside of their cars, but only if they are right next to them. Attendees of the 2014 Super Bowl at the MetLife Stadium will not be able to bring lawn chairs out into the parking lot, can only take up a single parking space and will not be allowed to bring a grill. Fans also won’t be allowed to walk to the Super Bowl or be dropped off by another car, reports Sault Star.
Fans will be limited to three different ways that they can take to get to the Super Bowl. The first is to be dropped off by a vehicle that has a valid parking pass. This vehicle isn’t allowed to leave and must stay at the stadium through the whole event. The second is being dropped off by a charter bus. The Super Bowl committee will have charter buses running that will charge $51 to pick up and drop off travelers. The final way to travel to the Super Bowl is through N.J. Transit, which has a MetLife Stadium stop, Sault Star notes.
Super Bowl committee CEO Al Kelly estimates that 70% to 80% of fans attending the 2014 Super Bowl will choose to take public transit to get to the stadium.