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Parking at Tropicana Field

Game-day parking can be purchased with a credit or debit card only. Cash will not be accepted. All Rays lots open 90 minutes before first pitch.

Advance Parking – Prepay and Save

In order to reduce contact with staff in the parking lots, fans are encouraged to prepay for parking. As a reward, fans who prepay will receive a discount.

Prepaid parking in Lots 1, 3, 4, 6, and 7 is on sale now for games played through May 2.

Prepaid parking for games played between May 11 and May 30 will go on sale Friday, April 30 at 10 a.m.

Season Members can purchase parking in advance through their Rays Ticket Account and receive a 50% discount.

Prepaid parking in Lots 1, 3, and 4 is available for purchase until 24 hours prior to first pitch. Prepaid parking in Lot 6 and Lot 7 is available through the end of the game.

Game Day Drive-Up Parking Options

Game-day parking can be purchased with a credit or debit card only.

Please note that cash will not be accepted for game day drive up parking.

  • If you are purchasing parking upon arrival to the game, we recommend arriving early to secure a parking option that best fits your needs.
Turn by Turn Directions
  • Lot 1 Premium Parking – recommended for guests sitting in premium areas and directly behind home plate. See map for turn-by-turn directions.
  • Lot 6 and Lot 7 General ParkingSee map for turn-by-turn directions.
Wheelchair Accessible Parking and Drop-Off Locations

Lots 1 and 7 offer wheelchair accessible parking just outside the gates, with the majority of the spaces located in Lot 7. All wheelchair accessible parking is van-accessible. Enter Lot 7 from 4th Avenue South, and Lot 1 from 16th Street South. Wheelchair accessible parking is subject to availability.

Additionally, there is a drop-off area in front of Gate 4, which is directly across from Lot 1 on 16th Street South. Please be advised that parking in the wheelchair accessible parking spaces in the Tropicana Field lots is monitored by the St. Petersburg Police Department and is subject to state laws and privileges. Tickets can be issued and/or privileges revoked in situations where the person to whom a wheelchair accessible parking placard or license plate has been issued is dropped off near the stadium and is not in the vehicle when it parks in a wheelchair accessible parking space.

Public and Commercial Parking

Commercial and city-owned parking is also available at various price points surrounding Tropicana Field. These lots are not operated by the Rays and thus do not offer free parking.

Fans attending events at Tropicana Field are encouraged to ensure they are parking in city-licensed, privately-owned and operated surface lots. Official city-licensed, privately-owned lots are marked with signage featuring a capital "P," lot number and city ordinance number. These signs indicate the lots have met the conditions necessary to legally park cars around Tropicana Field.