SAN JOSE, Calif. – The San Jose Earthquakes have joined forces with ParkHub to improve the parking experience at Avaya Stadium for Quakes games. Fans now have several payment options for parking, including cash, credit card, Apple Pay and Android Pay.
“We strive to give our fans the best possible experience at Avaya Stadium, and it starts with the parking when they arrive at our games,” said Earthquakes Chief Operating Officer Jared Shawlee. “We are happy to offer a quicker, more streamlined parking process this season, utilizing the ParkHub technology.”
Fans can still purchase parking through Ticketmaster ahead of the match, but now have extra payment options with ParkHub in place. The same device that scans season ticket holders’ parking pass, also processes the card and mobile payments and prints the parking receipt. During Super Bowl 50 at Levi’s® Stadium, ParkHub processed one car every two seconds.
For the 2017 season the Earthquakes have also lowered parking prices for fans. The Silver Lot Overflow, previously $25, is now $15 per game. The Silver Lot and Silver Lot Extension are now $20 per game, after previously being $25. The season-long parking rate for the Silver Lot has also decreased in price to $15 per game.