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Park n' Fly Coupon

For those that travel alot, here's a coupon for Park 'n Fly that gives you a pretty decent discount on parking. I personally like the economy parking cause I control the keys to the car and it's cheap. It's a re-occuring coupon so use it whenever you have to leave your car at the airport.

http://www.parknfly.ca/toronto_cust.html
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Deals are available for Edmonton too. Sadly you can't get the 250 Aeroplan reward points if you use a discount coupon but if you're only parking for a day, it might be worth it to take the Aeroplan points over the $1 discount on rates. Better than nothing, if you collect points.
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I think I'm gonna try their competition next time I fly out of YYZ - last time I had to wait at least 45 min in line to get on the shuttle. they never seem to have enough shuttles running when it's busy.
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pluto wrote:I think I'm gonna try their competition next time I fly out of YYZ - last time I had to wait at least 45 min in line to get on the shuttle. they never seem to have enough shuttles running when it's busy.

They have competition ? Who ??
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Curiosity wrote:They have competition ? Who ??
They do have competition. When I was waiting for ParkNFly shuttle, there was a yellow bus picking up people. I forgot its name though.
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I have used the CAA 25% discount and received Aeroplan miles on the same visit. MIght be worth a try
Xtremist wrote:Deals are available for Edmonton too. Sadly you can't get the 250 Aeroplan reward points if you use a discount coupon but if you're only parking for a day, it might be worth it to take the Aeroplan points over the $1 discount on rates. Better than nothing, if you collect points.
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If you're flying Westjet, there is also a coupon from westjet.com that worked out better for me last time...
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Curiosity wrote:They have competition ? Who ??

If you book your trip with sunholidays and ask for a free one week coupon for skypark park and fly they will hook you up. You have to book in one of their travel offices not online if you want that deal. But remember you have to ask for it they won't offer it to you! In the case you don't book with sunholidays the rates are still very competative and since they are kinda hidden and out of the way they are not very busy and have at least two shuttles waiting to take peeps to the terminals at all times.
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Has anyone use this company for parking? What about Skypark (www.skyparx.ca)? Is security good for both places? Park 'n fly said they have 24 hr security guard and stuff... nothing mentioned at Skypark...
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GabL wrote:Has anyone use this company for parking? What about Skypark (www.skyparx.ca)? Is security good for both places? Park 'n fly said they have 24 hr security guard and stuff... nothing mentioned at Skypark...
I used Skyway parking many times, they used to be the cheapest at 6.95/day with coupon.
Service was always very fast, much better and cheaper then park and fly.
However I noticed their rate now 7.87, so I would go with skyparx for $6.95 - I think they also have 24 hour guard.
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I tried using Direct Flight Parking over the recent holidays as the ParkNFly lots were all full (except for valet). Using a coupon on their website, I only paid $32/week for self park, and I found their shuttles to be very fast. Since their lots are smaller and closer than ParkNFly's economy lot, it takes less time to get back to your car. The only difference is that you have to call upon arrival for them to pick you up - they don't come by the terminal unless you request.

I have found with Park N Fly that you wait forever for a shuttle when they are not busy, and when they are busy you get stuffed like a sardine onto their shuttles.

I can't wait until the airport opens the tramway to their long-term parking, and we can avoid using shuttles altogether.
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I used to use park n fly's valet service due to the high security in the compound but on two occasions I had the valet steal the change from my ashtray. Also had them changing my seat around, changing stations on the radio, etc. Personally I would not trust the valet service ever again so I tend to use the economy lot for self park.
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Jono wrote: I have found with Park N Fly that you wait forever for a shuttle when they are not busy, and when they are busy you get stuffed like a sardine onto their shuttles.
It is because those drivers stand there and talk.

I have just used them before Christmas. We were waiting for them and we could see the bus in the section before us. We waited and waited and they never came. We decided to walk up (we had no luggage). Then, we found out there were 3 parkNfly buses there. The driver of the 1st bus walked to the 2nd bus and kept on talking to the 2nd driver. They did not notice there were people waiting in another section.

We got on the bus and it went back to the spot where we were waiting. Some other passengers came up. The lady said her husband called ParkNFly and asked where the hack the bus was. ParkNFly kept on saying they were in the Airport. :twisted: They sure all were in the Airport.
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robskot wrote:CRAP!!!! Wish I knew about this 36 hrs ago!!!
Are you talking about the coupon? Or, the bus drivers? :D
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