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[First Canadian Place] Toronto - Free parking @ First Canadian Place w/min $50 spend

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Toronto - Free parking @ First Canadian Place w/min $50 spend

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https://fcpex.ca/news/complimentary-parking-promotion-

Things are bleak in downtown Toronto with so many working from home:


COMPLIMENTARY PARKING PROMOTION
FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY
Come in for take-out or a medical appointment and enjoy 3 hours of complimentary parking when you spend $50 or more (tax included) at valid FCPEX essential services, food, and curbside offerings.*

HOW IT WORKS:

Enter FCPEX Parking lot and take your parking ticket 
Shop. Visit here for a full list of essential services, food + curbside.
Bring your FCPEX receipt(s) totaling $50 or more to the security desk at 
100 King Street W. to have them stamped and receive a 3-hour parking voucher. 
Exit the garage within 3-hours of arrival. 

*RULES + REGULATIONS

Offer available for a limited time only.

Receipts must be from a shop, service or restaurant located in and currently open at First Canadian Place (100 King Street West), Exchange Tower (130 King Street West), or Northbridge Place (105 Adelaide Street West).
More than one receipt from FCPEX may be submitted to reach a minimum of $50 or more (tax included).
Receipt(s) must be for the same day that you have parked to receive a voucher.
If the time between when you arrived in the parking garage and when you exit exceeds 3 hours, the daily maximum parking rate of $30 will apply.
Upon exiting the parking garage, at the gate, insert the parking ticket you receive at entry first, then insert the free 3-hour voucher.
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theres not that many stores left at FCP lol
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Thanks OP, just missed this as we were there last week for a LASIK MD appointment.

We have taken advantage of some one-of-a-kind sales in the PATH during COVID (not sure how many remain open now with the latest retail restrictions).
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Why are they even charging for parking at this time. Nothing is open there.

Also, street parking is pretty much free as ticket enforcement was told to stop handing out tickets unless you block fire hydrant, etc.
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Is this for real! Will need to run a Google search for an article or some sort of confirmation...I see parking enforcement people writing out tickets all the time still!
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w00t wrote: Why are they even charging for parking at this time. Nothing is open there.

Also, street parking is pretty much free as ticket enforcement was told to stop handing out tickets unless you block fire hydrant, etc.
This was only the case from March-June last year, as of July 2nd they went back to enforcing all parking rules.
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pilotpen wrote: Is this for real! Will need to run a Google search for an article or some sort of confirmation...I see parking enforcement people writing out tickets all the time still!
It was temporary for a couple of months last year, but it is no longer the case.
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There is an lcbo at 100 king west but closed Saturday Sunday Monday. That’s an easy way to spend $50. If you don’t drink gift card or drinks.

Garages with LCBO are the easiest to hit minimum spend. Manulife centre is 2 hours with $30 and has an lcbo.

Since there’s multiple receipts allowed maybe actually support some bunker business and get some take out
Autocorrect sucks
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GordonGartrelle wrote: This was only the case from March-June last year, as of July 2nd they went back to enforcing all parking rules.
You are wrong. If you blocking exits and fire hydrants you will still be ticketed but for most park they are not

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Malta wrote: this article is old. In November when we went back into lockdown they announced they wouldnt be enforcing again.
Means you can park at TTC parking lots again without paying?

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