Monday, June 16, 2008

Mt Rainier

[Not rock pile related but I couldn't resist] View from the Seattle-Tacoma Airport parking lot roof:


Michael said...

There are several ways in which you can park at an airport on a budget. Here are a few useable ideas.
1. Ask if the airport parking lots have different rates for long-term/short-term parking. Many airport parking lots charge more for lots closer to departure gates than for parking lots a considerable distance away.
2. Consider parking at an off-site airport lot. You will save a lot of money and be able to use a shuttle service run by the parking lot to the airport. In fact you may save energy by not having to lug heavy bags across parking lots.
3. Do a comparison of different on and off-site airport parking sites and their costs as well as pros and cons such as distance, transportation, safety, time saving and so on.
4. If you are a member of AAA you may be eligible for special rates when booking airport parking online. What is more some airport parking companies offer special privileges for AAA members like free pick up and drop
5. Use discounts offered by online airport parking web sites. Many companies that handle airport parking offer lower rates for online or e-coupon bookings.

I hope that is help full for you

pwax said...

Somebody has got their feelers out, eh?

JimP said...

Gotta watch out for those Airport Parking discount websites. My dad got taken in by the ol' negative opt-in ploy and ended up with some yearly membership fee for some restaurant club.