The L.A. Rams beat the Dallas Cowboys 28-24 at Saturday's preseason game — but the real winners may have been parking lot operators.
Sure, when major concerts and sporting events occur, parking lot operators raise their rates. But even with the rampant profiteering surrounding most professional sports, these prices seemed to cause sticker shock.
At spots around the L.A. Coliseum, Rams fans on social media documented lots with signs charging $50, $80 and even $100 to park, as USA Today noted.
What a nice welcome home for the Rams' first game in Los Angeles since 1994.
Here's one guy who opted for public transit.
Want to avoid the traffic and parking fees? We've got tips on how to get to the Coliseum via all manner of transit.