Parking at the airport can be a nightmare. Not only can it be confusing to navigate, but you also have to worry about your vehicle while it’s there. I was excited to learn about The Parking Spot and all that it has to offer!
Better Airport Parking
When we went to Vegas for our wedding, we parked at the airport. Our flight was at an obnoxiously early hour and we didn’t want to burden a friend or family member to drive us. Plus, most of them were joining us since we were getting married there. So, parking was the best option for us. We definitely had some concerns leaving our car there for that length of time. If we’d had known about airport parking with The Parking Spot, we would have been all over it!
The Parking Spot is new to me, but has been around since 1998. It’s the leading near-airport parking company in the US. Parking Spot is a national chain with 34 facilities at over 22 airports. Thankfully, one of them is Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport (ORD)!
The following amenities make The Parking Spot convenient and comfortable:
• Friendly shuttles every 5-7 minutes
• Covered, open-air and valet parking available (select locations)
• Always open
• Fast and easy check-in & check-out
• Well lit, fully-fenced
• Luggage assistance available
• Complimentary chilled water
• Complimentary USA Today until 9am, Monday-Friday
• Airport parking reservations available
• Car care services, including car washes and oil changes available in some markets
This service is perfect for everyone. Whether you are just the casual traveler or a frequent flyer, it’s nice to have this option.
Join The Spot Club to earn rewards towards free parking. This is a free loyalty card to further your benefits from using The Parking Spot.
The next time you travel consider making airport parking reservations with The Parking Spot! I know we will. Especially when flying out of O’Hare. We are a lot closer to Midway, so it’s easier to call in a favor for that one!
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How do you feel about parking at the airport?