Denver Airport to offer tiered parking rates

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Denver International Airport (DEN) will offer tiered parking rates in its popular economy and valet lots based on the length of stay.

From February 15, 2018, passengers using the east or west economy parking lots at the Colorado airport will pay US$16 per day for the first three days of a visit, with that rate reduced to US$15 per day for each additional day during the same trip. Hourly rates in the economy lots will be US$4.

Valet parking rates will be US$33 per day for the first three days, followed by US$10 per day for subsequent days during a consecutive stay. Hourly valet service will be available at rates of US$16 for the first hour, and US$4 for each additional hour.

Some maximum daily parking rates will also change, with the east and west garages costing US$25 daily or US$4 per hour, and short-term parking set at US$5 per hour.

The charge of US$8 per day for the Pikes Peak and Mt Elbert shuttle lots will remain the same. The airport also continues to offer guaranteed close spaces by reserving a space in either garage for an additional fee of US$4 per day, which can be booked via the DIA Reserved Parking website.

DEN currently offers more than 44,000 public parking spaces. In 2017, more than 4.7 million vehicles parked at the airport.

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