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    Parking advise

    I'm going to the game tomorrow but I have a prior commitment to do something early in the morning and I can't make it downtown until about 12:20. Where can I park thats in range of PBS at that time and how much will it cost.

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    Re: Parking advise

    Most of the lots close to the stadium that aren't parking passes are $20-$30. There are some along 3rd street. They get cheaper up by fountain square, but it's a longer walk.

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    Re: Parking advise

    Newport on Levee is cheap for Reds don't know about Bengals 2.50

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    Re: Parking advise

    Quote Originally Posted by BEETTLEBUG View Post
    Newport on Levee is cheap for Reds don't know about Bengals 2.50
    You can park on the street at parking meters in Covington across the Roebling Suspension Bridge from PBS for free on weekends I believe.
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    Re: Parking advise

    Quote Originally Posted by Yachtzee View Post
    You can park on the street at parking meters in Covington across the Roebling Suspension Bridge from PBS for free on weekends I believe.
    Suspension bridge isn't next to PBS, the Clay Wade Bailey bridge is. Walking from Covington is a pretty long hike to the game, or maybe I'm just lazy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reds4Life View Post
    Suspension bridge isn't next to PBS, the Clay Wade Bailey bridge is. Walking from Covington is a pretty long hike to the game, or maybe I'm just lazy.
    It's just the other side of the parking lot from PBS, so I consider that "next to." I've usually parked on the Covington side for Bengals games and weekend Reds games and just hiked across the suspension bridge. It's not that bad a walk unless someone has physical problems.
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