The NFL has announced that the team’s new home venue for Super Bowl LI, the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, will have a parking lot with a combined capacity of 8,400 spaces.
The parking lot, located at the corner of Howard and Wood streets, will be open to the public during the game.
It will also be open for tailgating from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m., and will remain open during halftime.
This will be the second time in NFL history that the league has expanded its stadium parking lots.
In 2014, the NFL added two additional parking lots to its Super Bowl venue in New Orleans and added parking to the field at the stadium in Denver.
The team announced that a parking deck will be available on the concourse level of the stadium from 7 a.man.
The stadium parking lot will be accessible to the general public during halftime of the game and will not be accessible for tailgate parties.
The new stadium parking deck is located on the east side of the concourses, which will provide a better access for fans with special events.
For more information on the parking plan, visit nfl.com/motown.
The NFL also announced that it has opened up new Super Bowl ticket packages that include four additional premium tickets for $250, three additional premium seats for $350, and two additional premium season tickets for up to $750.
The premium season ticket packages for 2018 and 2019 will include the chance to win one of the new Super-Bowl tickets.
For the 2019 Super Bowl, the premium seats will include access to all 32 home games.
For 2018, the tickets will include entry into the 2017 Super Bowl and the chance of winning a Super Bowl-themed gift basket.