How do I get to the Super Bowl? Where should I park at the Super Bowl? If these are your questions, we have your answers. In this post, you will find everything you need to know about Raymond James Stadium Parking for Super Bowl LV.

This year’s big game is being held at Raymond James Stadium, the venue that plays home to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Many fans will be flocking to the Tampa Bay area for the biggest football game of the year, so we’ve provided some information for out-of-towners and Hillsborough County and Florida residents alike who are looking for information on where to park, how to get to the game, and more. 

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Raymond James Stadium Parking Map


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Super Bowl Parking Breakdown

We anticipate parking lots to open around 12 PM the morning of the Super Bowl and will remain open 2 hours after the final whistle blows. Payment will be cashless in 2021 in an effort to avoid Covid-19 concerns. While information is not as readily available as it’s been in recent years due to a limited capacity at this big game, we’d have to imagine that getting a parking spot in a lot closer to the stadium will be easier than it’s ever been, since there will be much fewer fans competing for parking spaces this year. We’ll surely add more information as it becomes available, if there is any. 

The NFL has recently announced that on top of giving away 7,500 tickets to vaccinated healthcare workers for free, they will have about 14,500 tickets for sale to the general public. This means we can expect that there will be roughly 22,000 fans at this game, which means that finding parking shouldn’t be much of an issue as it has been in the past when the game would have upwards of 70,000 fans in attendance. 

Public Transportation – Buses and Shuttles

There will be two bus routes in Tampa Bay for Super Bowl LV that will help fans get to and from Raymond James Stadium during Super Bowl weekend. The two bus routes available will circle the downtown area of Tampa and the stadium from the hours of 5 am through 11 pm each day. One-way trips cost riders just $2, while a 1-day unlimited pass will cost $4. 

Riders also have the option of taking a shuttle that operates from 8 am to 5 pm. 

Ride Share (Uber & Taxi) Pick-Up and Drop-Off  

Pick up and drop-off locations for Ubers, Lyfts, etc. during Super Bowl LV will be at the mass transit area along Dale Mabry Highway south of the pedestrian bridge. 

Taxi, Bus, and Limo Pick Up & Drop-off Locations

This is located on the north side of the stadium off of North Dale Mabry Highway next to the pedestrian bridge.


Tailgating and recreational activities like tossing the football are not permitted in the parking lot at Super Bowl LV, unlike they would be for a regular season game. This is a typical policy for this event, as the Super Bowl experience is unlike any other, and therefore there are almost always much more strict measures in place for attendees.

If you have any questions regarding parking or anything Super Bowl related for that matter, don’t hesitate to give us a call at 845-538-4567 or leave a comment below!

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