Tips for STAPLES Center

1111 South Figueroa St. Los Angeles CA 90015
4.4 by 9784 members
STAPLES Center 4.439922322158629 out of 5 9784

1,599 STAPLES Center Tips

  • Casual 7
  • Parking is expensive 5
  • Take public transit 3
  • Arrive early 2
  • Food and drinks for purchase 2
  • Dine before you go 1
  • No food allowed 1
ARRIVE EARLY TO PICK UP WILL CALL. THE LINES WERE VERY LONG!
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IF YOU'RE WILLING TO WALK A BIT YOU CAN GET CHEAPER PARKING A FEW BLOCKS AWAY
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I wore TWO LAYERS OF TOPS. IT WAS QUITE COOL IN THERE.
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Arrange parking at a nearby lot in advance.
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We shopped online for parking prices, but the Staples Center Lot C parking for $10 on their website was the best price without needing to walk far.
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Parking is expensive ($30) Park 2 blocks down for $7.
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The weather was warm. I wore jeans and clippers jersey..
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The weather was cool. I wore a sweater.
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if you're willing to pay $20, parking is across the street. for downtown, i think 20 is a great deal.
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We always park at the corner of Pico and Figeuroa. There is a lot behind the Hooters and a Mexican restaurant. The fee is $15 which I believe is cheaper than parking at the Staples Center. It is a short walk from the center and you can grab a good meal before heading over to see the game. The Mexican spot is pretty good, especially their salsa.
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Bring plenty of cash. Nothing is cheap there.
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Photo save the confirmation number as this helped the process
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The weather was beautiful. I wore Dress and blazer with heels.
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The mishaps and difficulties had me upset when I arrived. The venue personnel provided GREAT customer service. All you have to do is calmly explain what you want, what you need, and they will try to work out a satisfactory resolution. This was my first visit to the Arena. In the end, it proved to be a very satisfying one.
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I wound up having transportation problems and arrived just as intermission started. It was necessary to walk around the entire perimeter of the arena in order to reach Will Call. And that hike was after walking from the bus stop at Flower and Pico. I was not happy about that part of the experience. I didn't want to miss more of the performance because of searching for my seat. Because of the hike, I learned that one can take the Red Line and transfer to the Blue Line and have a very comfortable and timely trip. Or you can take the Red Line and transfer to the Dash bus and be dropped off right in front of the Arena.
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