Free airport parking for Super Bowl travelers

Posted: January 29, 2013 in California, Flying, Louisiana, New Orleans, Parking, San Francisco, Super Bowl, Travel
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January 29, 2013 1:24 PM EST

SAN FRANCISCO & BALTIMORE–(BUSINESS WIRE)–       Park ‘N Fly is rewarding two of their markets for making it into Super Bowl XLVII by offering free parking for those traveling to New Orleans for the big game.

      Customers in San Francisco and Baltimore, who are attending the game, have the option of presenting their ticket and itinerary to receive free      parking over Super Bowl weekend. Verification must be shown prior to leaving in order to receive free parking.

About Park ‘N Fly

Park ‘N Fly, a BCD Holdings N.V. Company, was founded in 1967 as the first offsite-airport parking company specifically geared toward the      business traveler. Today, Park ‘N Fly operates 17 facilities in 15 markets nationwide. Additionally, Park ‘N Fly offers a network of off-airport parking services at over 60 affiliate locations through its internet-based reservation system, the Park ‘N Fly Network. Every day, Park ‘N Fly’s goal is to make customers’ lives easier by providing more than just parking. The company makes their lives easier with an array of unique services, including car washing & detailing, pet boarding with Pet Paradise Resort®, car maintenance with Jiffy Lube®, car charging stations and valet parking. These service offerings and outstanding customer service make Park ‘N Fly a convenient airport parking location where the customer gets more.

  1. How I wish it could be permanent like everyone minds right now! They should have a long term parking solution since everyone had cars nowadays and it’s a necessity to have one.

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