According to the Ace Parking CIO, parking for San Diego Comic-Con will go on sale May 20th at 9AM. As of right now that’s all we know but expect more information soon including locations and pricing.
If you’re someone who plans on driving into the city for the Con, I highly recommend getting your parking passes in advance. It’s a very simple process and one less thing to worry about when you arrive in San Diego. I’ve done it in the past and it worked out great. In fact, I skipped buying a pass for one day and had a hell of a time finding parking. If you’re looking for more information on parking during SDCC, check out this post by SDCC Unofficial Blog.
Keep in mind that this year, Ace will be using a different system as well to sell the passes. Hopefully this means less snags!
Will you be purchasing parking? Have you done so in the past? Let us know in the comments!
Ace has released locations and pricing for parking, along with a FAQ page! I know one thing I see people talking about on a lot of the forums is overnight parking. There will be none of that going on according to Ace:
Q: Can cars be parked overnight? Or just during the hours of the event?
A: Overnight parking is not permitted. The lots close at midnight and reopen at 6am. They close so they can be prepared for the next day. Most lots are pre-sold to full capacity each day, so any cars on the lot after 2am, will be towed at the owners expense.
As far as prices, here you go!
To get all the details, be sure to visit the Ace parking FAQ page!