Unlike Yankees, Rangers reduce ALCS parking fee

Texas Rangers fans cheering at the closing of

Texas Rangers fans cheering at the closing of the game against the New York Yankees where the Rangers defeated the Yankees 7-2. (Oct. 16, 2010) Photo Credit: Newsday/J. Conrad Williams Jr.

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ARLINGTON, Texas - Still angry about paying $40 to park at Yankee Stadium for the playoffs? Here's a solution: move to Texas and become a Rangers fan.

After charging fans $15 to park for the ALCS, the Rangers have announced that fans who kept their receipts from Game 1 can bring them to Rangers Ballpark beginning Monday morning to receive a $5 rebate. The team added that parking will cost $10 for the remaining ALCS games.

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"The Rangers apologize for any inconvenience this parking pricing may have caused our fans," Rangers executive vice president Rob Matwick said in a statement. "We are pleased to offer regular-season cash parking prices for all remaining home games in the 2010 ALCS."

Parking at Yankee Stadium during the regular season cost $23 and was increased to $40 for postseason games. A Yankees spokesman has said the team does not set the price of parking.

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