Best ways to get to, park at The Players

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Thousands of cars will drive on State Road A1A and County Road 210 this week as fans head to The Players Championship 2018. 

All on-site parking requires you to download a pass. It's free on Tuesday and Wednesday, $30 on Thursday and Sunday and $35 on Friday and Saturday. There are no on-site sales of parking passes.

UPDATE: Parking passes sold out for Friday/Saturday
Scroll down for information about shuttles, Uber options

Those who carpool can get a Four for Free parking pass for any day of the tournament, but you will need a new one for each day.

Shuttles to the tournament area aslo available from the Jacksonville Landing, Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront, DoubleTree Riverfront and Lexington Hotel will be available to hotel guests and for residents to "park and ride," providing a convenient and cost-effective way for fans to get to and from the tournament. Click for more times, cost and other details.

Fans can access the shuttles by purchasing a shuttle pass at the hotel (Omni Jacksonville, Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront, Lexington Hotel and DoubleTree Riverfront) front desks for $10. Shuttles will operate Thursday through Sunday.

Emily Tillo, with the PGA Tour, urges people to use Uber to get to the tournament.

"We are encouraging fans to take advantage of Uber and the new drop-off point for Uber," Tillo said. "It basically drops them off right there at ATP Boulevard and they take a shuttle, which takes them to the Couples Entry at the tournament."

Tickets are still available but, with the best players in the world competing on the Sawgrass Stadium Course, Tillo advises to get them fast.

You can still buy tickets at or at Publix stores throughout Northeast Florida.

The lowest price tickets are:

  • $25 for Tuesday (although military and veterans get in free)
  • $20 for Wednesday
  • $60 for Thursday and Sunday
  • $65 for Friday
  • $70 for Saturday.

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