Yes, that’s correct. An entire 24 hours of garage parking for $14.99 in Manhattan, and $9.99 a day in Queens and Brooklyn, with a new parking website that finds unused space in garages near you.
On Air Parking has been operating successfully for several years at airport parking facilities throughout the USA, including San Francisco, Denver, Portland, Chicago, Phoenix, Salt Lake City, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Miami and Orlando.
Now that the system is battle tested, the company is expanding into New York City, offering the same low rates, including at local airports.
No gimmicks, just a 24/7 flat rate, plus a $4.99 reservation fee.
NYC on the Cheap is pleased to offer first-time users a $2 off coupon. Coupon code is NYCOTC.
Even the parking apps which advertise the cheapest parking in NYC will find you a space by the hour, plus a similar reservation fee that won’t beat this price.
So your choice is $8 to $32 an hour or $14.99 a day, in many of the same brand name garages the other apps use.
That’s a no-brainer.
On Air Parking already has several dozen NYC garages signed up, and more are being added each week.
It works this way:
Head over to their website and choose “City”
Type in the address that you’d like to park near and the dates, including Midtown Manhattan, the Financial District, Astoria, Brooklyn Heights and Williamsburg.
The On Air Parking algorithm finds you a parking space. It might be one block away – or it could be further. But it will be a four-star or five-star facility.
You will receive an e-mail within 10 minutes of your purchase, with the address and name of the parking facility at which you’ll be parking.
And it’s free to cancel a reservation for any reason.
Cheap Airport Parking at LaGuardia and Newark
Free shuttles get you between the lot and the terminal.
The company is a product of NOSON, Inc. founded by one of the National Parking Association’s 40 under 40 Class of 2016 Patrick Murray and parking industry veteran Brett Harwood.
It is based in San Francisco, including its customer service office
OnAirParking has been featured in
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