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If you’re still planning to purchase Super Bowl tickets to see the Los Angeles Rams take on the Cincinnati Bengals, be prepared to shell out hundreds — and possibly thousands — of dollars more for parking near the venue.

Tickets to this Sunday’s big event at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood are still well above $4,000 on Tuesday. And on StubHub, the highest-price parking option was also more than $4,000.

As of Tuesday afternoon, the cheapest Super Bowl LVI seats on the ticket resale website were going for around $4,100.

The most expensive parking for the NFL title game, meanwhile, was going for about $5,000. In fact, there were four parking passes that cost more than the least expensive Super Bowl ticket on the site.

And that’s without the service charges.

Add on the fees and the lowest-priced ticket is suddenly $5,596. For parking, the costliest option becomes $6,203.

According to the city of Inglewood, on-site parking stadium parking “will be extremely limited” on the day of the game, meaning most fans driving to the venue will likely be parking elsewhere and taking a shuttle.

You can find more information about off-site parking, as well as shuttle, rideshare and taxi options, at Inglewood officials also noted that fans can take public transportation to the game, with Metro offering an express shuttle from its Hawthorne/Lennox Station on game day, Feb. 13, from 11 a.m. until kickoff, which is slated for 3:30 p.m.