This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of The Parking Spot for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.
Funny that this sponsored post opportunity came up today. Kathy just told us a humourous story about her parking experience at LAX a few weeks ago that involved Parking Spot (I will leave you in suspense and perhaps one day she will write about it over on her blog).
In a couple of weeks I will be attending the Roller Skating Association National Convention (I know right?) up in reno. After a little cajoling I convinced my boss to fly us up there instead of driving for almost 8 hours. We found great flights on Southwest for only $87 each way and NON STOP! Woot! Now we just needed to figure out how to get to the airport.
Three of us will be travelling (myself, my boss and my son-in-law), so we figured the easiest way would be to take the Fly Away. You park in the San Fernando Valley and take a bus. Blergh.
Yes, it is cheaper, but cheaper isn’t always better. Thanks to this opportunity I have now educated myself on airport parking at LAX.
As the leading near-airport parking company in the nation, The Parking Spot provides full service parking to 22 major airports in the U.S., with a total of 34 parking lots. When you reserve a space with The Parking Spot, you can expect more than cheap airport parking. You’re getting a superior airport parking experience. Their lots are spacious, fully-fenced, well lit, and open 24 hours a day 7 days a week. They offer: friendly shuttles every 5-7 minutes, luggage assistance, a complimentary newspaper before 9am & chilled bottled water. There is even a “frequent flyer” program called the Spot Club where you can earn a free night of parking for every seven paid nights. Making the airport parking reservations are easy peasy as well, just do it all online.
This is definitely going to be an option we consider for the trip. Think I will go like them on face book and twitter, you should too!