No tailgating at Super Bowl

Published 01/10 2014 10:33AM

Updated 01/10 2014 10:36AM

Tailgating at MetLife Stadium.
Tailgating at MetLife Stadium.
By: John Kucko

(East Rutherford, NJ) Fans attending the Super Bowl in the Meadowlands will not be allowed to tailgate.

The Super Bowl committee’s CEO announced in December that fans will be allowed to eat or drink in or around their car in the parking lot, but they aren’t allowed to bring anything that takes up more than one parking space.

The committee is also clamping down on how fans get to the stadium, mainly due to increased security.

Ticketholders can only arrive in a vehicle that has a parking pass, take a Fan Express charter bus that will cost $51 or take N.J. Transit to the stadium. N.J.

Transit reportedly will offer a $50 pass that’s good for all buses, trains and light rail.

That also means fans can’t be dropped off by a taxi, limo or a town car unless the vehicle has a parking pass and plans to stay at the stadium for the entire game.

And you can forget walking to the stadium. The committee says you have to arrive using one of the three methods.

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