Last updated on October 19th, 2023 at 06:22 am
Citi Field is the home ballpark to the MLB New York Mets out in Queens, NY. The exact address of the Major League Baseball team sits at 41 Seaver Way, Queens, NY 11368. Along with hosting Major League Baseball games, Citi Field accommodates numerous concerts, NYCFC matches, and other gatherings year-round.
Here is the guide to Citi Field parking below for your next baseball game, soccer match or other event!
How Much is Citi Field Parking?
If you plan to park in the Citi Field official parking lots, you can expect to pay $40 for a car spot and $80 for a bus during the regular season. If the New York Mets are in the playoffs, official parking rates increase to $60 for a car and $100 for a bus. Concerts and other events at the official parking spaces will go for $60 and up but can be higher depending on the occasion.
If you want to save money on parking near Citi Field, consider using the SpotHero listing above. Fans can find parking rates hover around the $15 mark if they are willing to walk about half a mile from downtown Flushing to Citi Field. However, it is best to book your parking on SpotHero so you can save time not looking for an open spot before a baseball game, a soccer match, or a concert. The traffic near Citi Field becomes congested very quickly, so don’t waste your time looking for a space to park at.
Is there Handicap Parking at Citi Field?
Handicap parking is available for fans to uses in the lots that surround the stadium for events and baseball games. Lots B, F, and the Southfield Lot all offer ADA parking spaces for fans to use at the venue. Lot G does have ADA parking spaces, but that is only open for fans who have access to that lot via their ticket.
If there are any questions on where to park, you can ask the friendly parking staff in these lots.
Is there Tailgating at Citi Field?
Mets fans can tailgate at Citi Field parking lots before the first pitch of the baseball game. Fans can’t have open flames for grilling in their parking spot but can have food and drinks without any problem.
For an NYCFC match, you will see plenty of tailgating in the parking lots before a game. Try and get to the venue two to three hours before kickoff to tailgate with the Third Rail and others.
New to 2023 is the K Korner bar on Seaver Way directly at Citi Field. The venue offers various drinks, burgers, salads, food, and more. The K Korner bar will also be open for New York City Football Club matches and concerts. Check out the Citi Field Food guide before your next visit to see what is on the menu! Also, here is the Citi Field Bag Policy to know about too.
Should I Take Public Transportation to Citi Field for a Game?
There are many bus routes that connect to the 7 train which brings you to Citi Field. Some bus lines that bring you close to the venue include the Q18, Q23, Q29, Q39, Q45, and more. Fans coming from Long Island can connect to the 7 train on the Flushing / Main Street from the Long Island Bus Lines. The bus lines coming from Long Island include the N7, N20, N21, and more. Mets
Fans can also take the Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) which is available from Penn Station and Woodside. Mets fans coming from the Metro North can take the 7 train from Grand Central Station. Fans coming from the Port Authority can also connect to the 7 train as well. Pretty much any train you take in NYC, you should look to connect to the 7 train to get to a Mets game.
Also, fans can use a rideshare program like Uber or Lyft to get to and from the stadium. As a note, calling an Uber after an event might be tricky with traffic, so consider leaving two innings early to ensure you get a rideshare to pick you up before traffic begins at the stadium.
Greg Kristan, owner of The Stadium Reviews, LLC and TM Blast, LLC, brings his extensive experience visiting over half of the MLB ballparks, along with numerous MLS, NHL, NBA, and NFL venues, to provide in-depth coverage on the bag policy, food options, and parking. He has also been interviewed about his experiences on several sports podcasts.