Here in the Seattle Area, I can usually always see deals for Wally Park, Master Park, and at least one other company.
The thing to remember with airport parking is to not underestimate the taxes. When you see that parking for $9-11 per day it may not be that amount so know what you are going to pay. About $3-5 more per day on average is a safe bet depending on numbers of days.
If you go to the company website you want to park with, many will show you their rates with taxes and fees if you act like you’re making a reservation.
Wally Park does not include the taxes and fees and is paid at the time of return. Recently they informed me they do have a specific website for Groupon bookings/reservations which is a huge benefit during peak travel times. That link is:
I don’t think their numbers are correct in the calculations when you scroll over the amounts but they give you an idea. They specifically state that you will pay the taxes which is a $5.30 airport access fee, .99 per day surcharge, and 10% tax.
For additional earning of miles, Groupon is on many of the airline shopping portals too. I earned 135 miles my purchasing through a portal, plus saved on parking. Double win.
Never under estimate the airport too. Shockingly they send out emails frequently if you sign up for their deals. You can park direct at the airport for $100-120 for a week or $20 a day all-inclusive of taxes and fees. When you consider many places, you are paying at least $16 a day at a minimum once taxes and fees are added in, $20 to drive right to the airport isn’t that bad of a deal. No shuttles are the big perk of that.
Happy deal hunting and traveling!