Parking permits are required for all vehicles entering the MetLife Sports Complex (Stadium and IZOD center sides of the property).
- Parking permits do not entitle the ticket holder to a reserved parking space in a specific parking lot, only access to the MetLife Sports Complex lots.
- Guests who do not have a pre-paid parking permit will be directed to park in the off-site parking lots. Ticket holders are urged to consider taking mass transit (train or bus) or carpool, if possible.
- The parking permit entitles the ticket holder to one parking space for both his/her vehicle and tailgate set-up. Adjacent parking spaces and drive aisles may not be used for grills, chairs, tents, or any other items.
- A ticket holder who may be in possession of more than one pre-paid parking permit will not be allowed to use adjacent space(s) for tailgating
- Parking permits are only sold through the Giants on a season basis. To purchase single game parking permits, please visit the NFL Ticket Exchange and click on “Buy Tickets” for the specific game you are looking for. Check the box “Show Parking Tickets” to view parking permits for sale by season ticket holders. General Admission Parking is for all BLUE lots and VIP/Preferred Parking is for all RED lots. CLICK HERE to view general parking map, and CLICK HERE to view premium parking map. Please note that the section, row and seat numbers listed next to a parking pass are for accounting purposes only and do not indicate which lot you will park in.
Types of Vehicles and Parking Regulations
Cars/SUVs/Trucks under 18 feet/Motorcycles
Parking is $30 per game and require a prepaid parking pass.
- These vehicles will occupy lined parking spaces
RVs/Trucks over 18 feet/Campers/Vehicles pulling trailers/BBQ in tow
- $120 per game and do not require a prepaid parking pass - These vehicles must park alongside the curbs in the parking lots and not in the lined surface parking spaces - Please arrive early so you can find a location along the curb or in another location in which your vehicle will not occupy more than one lined parking space and will not block drive aisles - Not permitted to park in the enclosed parking deck on the east side of the MetLife Sports Complex (next to the IZOD Center)
Limousines/car services parking on site
- These vehicles must have a pre-paid parking permit to enter the MetLife Sports Complex through a toll plaza. An additional charge of $70 must be paid with a credit card or cash if the vehicle exceeds 18 feet. - Taxis/limousines/car services drop-offs and pickups - There is no charge if passengers are dropped off and picked-up at the designated drop-off/pick-up point which is located on the roadway between Parking Lots D and E
- $150 per game to be paid at the toll booth (if in possession of a parking permit, the additional charge of $95 can be paid with a credit card or cash) - Not permitted to park in the enclosed parking deck on the east side of the MetLife Sports Complex (next to the IZOD Center) - Charter bus parking is located in Parking Lot L. Traffic and Parking personnel will direct the drivers of charter buses to Lot L.
General Parking Information
The parking lots open five (5) hours prior to the start of the game and close two (2) hours after the conclusion of the game.
Those guests in possession of a parking permit will be directed to park in the parking lots that are closest to their point of entry into the MetLife Sports Complex. This is designed to reduce cross property traffic which will improve ingress and egress times. This policy does not apply to those ticket holders who have red parking permits for the premium parking lots (Lots E, F, and G). Vehicular circulation between parking lots is not encouraged. To ensure safe and efficient travel throughout the MetLife Sports Complex, ticket holders are required to follow the directions of the Traffic and Parking staff.
Parking outside of the MetLife Sports Complex on area roadways, medians, grass malls, and vehicle breakdown lanes is prohibited. Violators will be ticketed by local law enforcement and/or towed at the owner’s expense. Overnight parking on the MetLife Sports Complex is not permitted. All vehicles are subject to search by New Jersey State Police which could include a canine unit. Those ticket holders refusing a search of their vehicle will not be permitted to enter the MetLife Sports Complex.
We recommended that ticket holders give themselves plenty of time for arrival to the game.
Ticket holders with disabilities must have a prepaid parking permit for the appropriate game and either a valid state-issued ADA license plate or ADA placard to gain access to and park in the accessible parking areas at the MetLife Sports Complex. The owner of the vehicle with the valid ADA license plate or placard must be in the vehicle. Registrations and IDs may be checked by New Jersey State Police prior to entering the lots. Ticket holders with valid ADA placards should hang them in front of their parking pass so that the Traffic team members are able to quickly direct them to the appropriate parking lots.
- Parking Attendants will direct ticket holders displaying placards to the ADA parking spaces located in Lots E, F, and G - The dedicated drop-off/pick-up area for guests with disabilities is located near Lot C, which is located between the Verizon and SAP Gates. Traffic and Parking staff will direct guests to the roadway near Lot C from all stadium roadway access points. - Guests with low mobility who may require assistance to the Stadium from the parking lots, can call the Guest Services Hotline (201-559-1515) upon arrival in the parking lot with car location, including the nearest parking lot sign (i.e. E6, L13, etc.), and a parking team member will be dispatched to pick you up
When using GPS, please enter: 50 Route 120 East Rutherford, NJ 07073
From George Washington Bridge: Take the George Washington Bridge to the New Jersey Turnpike South. Take the Turnpike’s western spur to one of the MetLife Sports Complex exits, 18W or 16W. These exits provide direct access to the MetLife Sports Complex parking lots. If the roadway is congested, use the eastern spur of the Turnpike (Lincoln Tunnel) to exit 16E and take Route 3 West, which provides direct access to the MetLife Sports Complex parking lots. Route 120 North from Route 3 West also accesses the MetLife Sports Complex parking lots.
From NYC and points East: Take the Lincoln Tunnel and follow signs for Route 3 West. Take Route 3 West to the MetLife Sports Complex. Route 120 North from Route 3 West also accesses the MetLife Sports Complex parking lots.
From South via New Jersey Turnpike: Follow the western spur of the Turnpike (MetLife Sports Complex to Exit 16W), which provides direct access to the MetLife Sports Complex parking lots. If the roadway is congested, use the eastern spur of the Turnpike (Lincoln Tunnel) to exit 16E and take Route 3 West, which provides direct access to the MetLife Sports Complex parking lots. Route 120 North from Route 3 West also accesses the MetLife Sports Complex parking lots.
From South via Garden State Parkway: Garden State Parkway South to exit 163 (Route 17). Follow Route 17 South to Paterson Plank Road. Take Paterson Plank Road east to the MetLife Sports Complex.
From North via Garden State Parkway: Garden State Parkway North to exit 153A (Route 3). Follow Route 3 East to the MetLife Sports Complex.
All ticket holders are strongly encouraged to consider taking mass transit to Giants home football games. Ticket holders who have used the following mass transit options have found them to be easy and convenient.
New Jersey Transit Rail Service: Northeast Corridor trains stop at the Frank R. Lautenberg train station in Secaucus, NJ, which allows fans from the region to quickly and efficiently reach MetLife Stadium. The train from the Lautenberg Station (Secaucus Junction) brings fans right to the Stadium entrances. The trip takes approximately 10 minutes. The base round-trip fare from Secaucus Lower Level to the MetLife Sports Complex station is $4.50 (subject to change by NJ Transit). Rail service starts about three and one half (3 1/2) hours before kickoff and ends about two (2) hours after the conclusion of the game. Fans should visit njtransit.com/meadowlands or call (973)275-5555 for information pertaining to the service and the fare to the MetLife Sports Complex.
Metro-North Railroad Service: Riders from New York or Connecticut can take select Metro-North trains from the New Haven line to the Frank R. Lautenberg train station in Secaucus, NJ or Penn Station in New York City. Guests should visit http://mta.info/mnr/ or call the MNRR Travel Information line at (212)532-4900 for information on schedules and service locations. The Travel Information line is staffed between 8:30 AM and 5:00 PM Monday through Friday and an automated system is available during other times.
Bus Service (Route #351): Coach USA provides the #351 Meadowlands Express bus service from the Port Authority to the MetLife Sports Complex. The #351 bus service begins two and one half (2 1/2 ) hours before the start of a game and runs until one half (1/2) hour after the start of a game. Bus operations will begin in the second half and each bus will depart once it is full. The #351 bus line is operational for approximately one (1) hour following the conclusion of the game. Drop-off and pick-up at the MetLife Sports Complex is located near Parking Lot K. A round-trip ticket costs $10 and a one-way ticket is $5 (subject to change by Coach USA). Fans are encouraged to purchase round trip tickets at the point of purchase, if possible. Please visit www.351express.com or call (800)877-1888, extension 3 for more information
Tailgating is permitted in the MetLife Sports Complex parking lots with the exception of the parking deck that is located next to the IZOD Center
- Parking is on a first-come, first-served basis
- ONE CAR = ONE SPACE: Please be considerate of your fellow ticket holders. Tailgating is limited to the lined parking space and the area directly behind or in front of each vehicle. Blocking the drive aisle is prohibited. Tailgating is also permitted on the medians between the parking lots and the medians that separate the parking lots from the roadways. There will be strict enforcement of the one car = one parking space policy.
- Ticket holders must keep all tables, chairs, coolers, grills, etc. within the parking stall of the tailgate party. Tents or canopies exceeding an 8’ x 8’ footprint and vehicles measuring more than 18’ in length and/or 8’ in width are not permitted in a lined parking space. Fully enclosed tents with sides are not permitted.
- The saving of parking spaces will not be permitted. Groups desiring to tailgate together should arrive together.
- A ticket holder in possession of more than one pre-paid parking permit will not be allowed to use adjacent spaces for tailgating.
- Drive aisles and fire lanes need to be kept clear at all times for free access of emergency and law enforcement vehicles.
- Grills are permitted for tailgating enjoyment, provided guests do so only in the same space occupied by their vehicle. However, their use in areas where property may be damaged is strictly prohibited. Also, please do not place hot coals under vehicles or in trash containers as they can cause car fires.
- For your safety and convenience, hot coal bins have been provided for the disposal of charcoal. These large, red “Hot Charcoal” bins are located on the medians between the parking lots and the medians that separate the parking lots from the roadways. Please do not discard hot coals near vehicles or in plastic waste receptacles. Doing so could result in car and/or trash fires. PLEASE DO NOT DISCARD TRASH IN THE HOT COAL BINS OR HOT COAL ASHES IN THE TRASH CONTAINERS.
- For those ticket holders who use grills at their tailgate parties, it is recommended that a Class 2A-10B:C fire extinguisher be available for use if necessary. Open fires are not permitted
- Deep fryers or any oil-based cooking or frying are prohibited
- Sound systems must not produce sound in excess of 65 decibels (New Jersey State Ordinance)
- Please drink responsibly during the pregame as guests who exhibit signs of impairment as they approach the gates may not be permitted to enter the Stadium
- Outside catering companies are not permitted on the MetLife Sports Complex. Delaware North Companies - Sportservice is the official food service provider/caterer for MetLife S Stadium. To schedule a catered event, please contact Delaware North Companies – Sportservice at 201-559-1642. Illegal sales and organized distribution of food and beverages on the MetLife Sports Complex is prohibited. Individuals participating in such activities are subject to loss of parking privileges, arrest, fines, and loss of ticket privileges or PSLs
NOT PERMITTED ON THE METLIFE SPORTS COMPLEX (PARKING LOTS AND ROADWAYS):
The following are prohibited on the MetLife Sports Complex:
Bicycles Skateboards Rollerblading Motorized scooters Go-karts Mini bikes Weapons of any kind Fireworks
Solicitation of any kind including the request of donations by groups
Selling of products or merchandise. Only Delaware North Companies – Sportservice team members and official sponsors are authorized to sell products or merchandise in the parking lots on game days
Banners or signage recognizing businesses or products may not be displayed
The placing of flyers/brochures on vehicles
Carry In Policy
Click here for a list of items that are permitted in MetLife Stadium.
On the day of a game, please visit any of our customer service windows located at the ticket booths at all gates except the window labeled “MetLife South” for any ticket issues you may have.
Will Call is located on the West Side of the Stadium at the window labeled “MetLife South”. Tickets left by members of the Giants organization will be held at Will Call on the day of the game. You will need photo identification to pick up tickets left in your name. Unfortunately, tickets may not be left at the will call windows by ticket holders.
For assistance while attending the game, please visit a Guest Services book located outside or inside the Pepsi and Verizon gates and inside the MetLife and SAP gates on the Plaza Level and in sections 124, 149, 227, 249, 303, 324, 328 and 349. The Guest Services staff will be able to assist you with general stadium information, lost and found and seating assistance among other things.
The Guest Code of Conduct requires that guests assist in creating an enjoyable and safe environment by:
- Respecting each other as well as MetLife Stadium employees and team members
- Consuming alcoholic beverages in a responsible manner and only by those of legal age
- Refraining from fighting, throwing items or using foul/abusive language or gestures
- Not displaying messages on clothing or other items that may be considered indecent
- Showing his or her ticket when requested and sitting only in their ticketed seat
Following instructions from Stadium team members regarding Stadium policies/procedures and emergency procedures
- Respecting the right of ticket holders to support their team, even if it is the opposing team, as well as being respectful and courteous to other ticket holders, game officials, and players from both teams
- Keeping MetLife Stadium SMOKE-FREE
Guests who do not abide by applicable laws or who do not follow the Guest Code of Conduct will be subject to ejection, possible arrest, forfeiture of tickets, and loss of Personal Seat Licenses (PSLs).
Guests who wish to report issues/concerns or ask for information/assistance in a fast, easy, and convenient way can do so by texting the MetLife Stadium Command Center by using the GuestAssist text messaging service. Guests should send the text to 78247, type the word GIANTS followed by a space, the request, and location. Stadium personnel will respond to the text message and the appropriate stadium team member(s) will be dispatched to the location, if necessary.
Registering for the Designated Driver program takes place at the kiosks located on the Plaza Level at each entry gate and at the Guest Services Booth locations. This program is sponsored by Anheuser-Busch in partnership with Delaware North Companies-Sportservice and the HERO Campaign to encourage guests to drink responsibly while attending games at the Stadium.
Guests over the age of 21, who pledge not to drink while at the game, will earn a free non-alcoholic beverage and will be entered into a contest to win prizes during the game or access to off-season events. Those ticket holders signing up for the Designated Driver program will not be asked to drive other ticket holders home other than those in their group A-Z Guide
MetLife Stadium is ADA compliant and features accessible seating on all levels as well as accessible restrooms and concession stands. Guests who would like assistance may request transportation to their seats from the gates via the use of a wheelchair by an ADA Assistant. Due to limited supply, any guest requiring a wheelchair for the duration of the event is asked to supply his or her own wheelchair. Guests may request wheelchair assistance by contacting a Stadium team member at any gate entrance upon arrival at the game. Guests with low mobility who may require assistance to the Stadium from the parking lots, can call the Guest Services Hotline (201-559-1515) upon arrival in the parking lot with car location, including the nearest parking lot sign (i.e. E6, L13, etc.), and a parking team member will be dispatched to pick you up.
Administrative Offices The Administrative Offices for the New York Giants are located at the Quest Diagnostics Training Center. The mailing address is: 1925 Giants Drive, East Rutherford, NJ 07073. The main phone number is (201)935-8111. The Ticket Office phone number is (201)935-8222.
Alcohol Policy The New York Giants organization and MetLife Stadium strive to present a safe, pleasant and family-friendly environment for every guest who visits MetLife Stadium. To achieve this goal, the following policies have been established to promote the responsible sale and use of alcohol:
Alcohol of any kind may not be brought into or removed from the Stadium
Any guest who is deliberately concealing alcohol while attempting to enter the Stadium will not be permitted into the Stadium
Any guest who is discovered consuming alcohol that was concealed and not detected during the screening process at the gates will be ejected from the Stadium and may be subject to the possible loss of ticket privileges and PSLs
A person exhibiting visible signs of impairment may not be permitted into the Stadium
Any guest who appears to be 40 years of age or younger may be required to provide proof of age with a valid, government-issued picture identification card. Acceptable forms of identification are a valid (non-expired) driver’s license, passport, military ID and/or a state issued identification card.
Alcohol will not be served to any underage person or visibly impaired guest
Guests may not purchase or possess more than two (2) alcoholic beverages at a time
Alcohol service will end at all concession stands and portable units in the general seating areas at the beginning of the third quarter.
Alcohol sales will stop in the Clubs at the end of the third quarter
Any guest who exhibits behavior that distracts, inconveniences, or otherwise interferes with another guest’s enjoyment of the game may be ejected from the Stadium and/or may be subject to arrest. The PSL holder of the seats in which the guest had tickets may also be subject to the possible loss of ticket privileges and PSLs
Alcohol sales may be curtailed or prohibited at the discretion of management
ATMs Automatic Teller Machines are located in Sections 143 (Plaza Level), 117, 128, 149, 213, 220a, 239, 245a, 224b, 248b, 304, 322, 334, and 347.
Automobile Trouble Basic car and towing assistance are provided in all of the MetLife Sports Complex parking lots. This service includes: towing, battery charging and jump-starts, flat tire assistance, and locked-in keys. Guests in need of this service should contact the nearest Parking team member or contact the MetLife Stadium Command Center using the GuestAssist text message service or calling the Guest Services Hotline at (201) 559-1515.
Banners/Flags and Signs Banners, flags, or signs are not permitted to be brought into the Stadium.
Behavior The New York Giants Guest Code of Conduct prohibits guests from detracting from another guest’s enjoyment of the game by demonstrating anti-social behavior. Please bring any issues to the attention of the nearest Stadium team member or contact the MetLife Stadium Command Center by calling the Guest Services Hotline at (201)559-1515. Guests who wish to report issues or concerns in a fast, easy and convenient way can do so by texting the MetLife Stadium Command Center by using the GuestAssist text message service. Guests should address the text message to 78247, type the word GIANTS followed by a space, the request, and location.
Binoculars Binoculars, without the cases, are permitted in the Stadium
Bottles and cans Bottles and cans of any type, excluding a factory-sealed bottle of water or soft drink 20 ounces or less in size, are prohibited from being brought into the Stadium. Please note that, for safety reasons, the Safety Services Representative at the gate will remove the bottle cap of permitted beverages upon entry. Any guest deliberately concealing alcohol will be prohibited from entering the Stadium. Any guest who is discovered consuming alcohol in the Stadium that was concealed and not detected during the screening process at the gates will be ejected from the Stadium and may be subject to the possible loss of ticket privileges and PSLs.
Cameras Handheld digital or film cameras, without the cases are permitted inside MetLife Stadium as long as their use does not interfere with the game or other guests’ enjoyment of the game. Tripods, monopods and cameras with a lens longer than 6” (detachable or nondetachable) will NOT be permitted into the Stadium. Video cameras and video recording of events at MetLife Stadium are prohibited.
Carry-in Policy Please note that the Carry-In Policy has changed for the 2013 Season. Click HERE for more details
Closed Captioning All integral game information, such as referee microphone and PA announcements, is displayed via closed captioning on a designated video board in the seating bowl. Game description is available through the Assistive Listening System (ALS) or via the radio broadcast. Headsets for the ALS are available at any of the Guest Services Booths. Guests seated in the premium areas may request headsets from the team members at the Concierge Desks. Additionally, closed captioning is available on all section sign televisions and at permanent concession stands on the concourses.
Concierge Concierge team members are located in all Club and Suite areas to assist premium seating guests with in- Stadium needs. Guests who have seats in the general seating areas who require assistance should speak with team members in the Guest Services Booths which are located outside and inside the Pepsi and Verizon Gates and inside the MetLife and SAP Gates on the Plaza Level and in Sections 124, 149, 227, 249, 303, 324, 328, and 349.
Designated Driver Program Registering for the Designated Driver program takes place at the kiosks located on the Plaza Level at each entry gate and at the Guest Services Booth locations. This program is sponsored by Anheuser-Busch in partnership with Delaware North Companies-Sportservice and the HERO Campaign to encourage guests to drink responsibly while attending games at the Stadium. Guests over the age of 21, who pledge not to drink while at the game, will earn a free non-alcoholic beverage and will be entered into a contest to win prizes during the game or access to off-season events. Those ticket holders signing up for the Designated Driver program will not be asked to drive other ticket holders home other than those in their group.
Elevators Elevators for guests with disabilities are available in MetLife Stadium at the Pepsi, Verizon and SAP Gates. Elevators are also available at the East and West VIP entrances for guests who have tickets in the Clubs or Suites. If you have trouble finding an elevator, please ask any team member for directions.
Emergency, In case of If you observe a situation that requires an emergency response, please remain calm and report as much information as possible to the nearest MetLife Stadium team member. Team members are well trained in emergency procedures. In the event of an emergency, please follow the instructions of the Stadium team members and any announcements broadcast over the public address (PA) system and the video boards.
Entering and Exiting the Stadium Guests are welcome to walk around the exterior of the Stadium on both the north and south sides of the building to easily access all entry gates and parking lots. For your safety, when walking along the north or south sides of the Stadium, please be attentive to traffic and follow the instructions and directions of Stadium team members.
Escalators Escalators are located at the Bud Light, SAP, Verizon, MetLife and Pepsi Gates. Additional escalators to the 200 and 300 Concourse Levels are available at the Bud Light corner of the 100 Concourse Level behind sections 103/104.
First Aid The MetLife Stadium Medical Team is comprised of doctors, nurses, and EMTs who provide basic and emergency medical services for those attending games at the Stadium. First Aid Rooms are located in Sections 103, 128, 301, and 326. In addition, EMT teams are located throughout the Stadium. Basic over-the-counter medical needs, such as aspirin and band-aids, are available at the First Aid Rooms.
Guest Interference In the interest of player and guest safety, MetLife Stadium maintains a zero tolerance policy regarding fan interference with the play of the game on the field. Failure to comply with this policy will result in the immediate removal of the individual from the Stadium, arrest, and the possible loss of ticket privileges and PSLs.
Guest Service Booths Booths are located outside and inside the Pepsi and