DIA to offer tiered parking rates starting Feb. 15

Denver International Airport will begin offering tiered parking rates in its popular economy and valet lots based on length of stay.

Beginning Feb. 15, passengers using the east or west economy lots will pay $16 per day for the first three days of a visit, with that reduced to $15 a day for each additional day during the same trip. Hourly rates in the economy lots will be $4.

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

In addition, some maximum daily parking rates also will change. The East and West garages will charge $25 daily and $4 an hour; short-term parking will be $5 an hour.

DIA’s price of $8 a day for the Pikes Peak and Mount Elbert shuttle lots will remain unchanged. The airport also will continue to offer guaranteed close spaces by reserving a space in either garage for an additional fee by visiting www.DIAReservedParking.com.

All of DIA’s parking options come with free vehicle services, including jump starts, tire inflation and car key retrieval if they’ve been locked in the vehicle. The airport also helps with finding lost vehicles. All of the services are available by calling (303) DIA-PARK, option 1 and at www.FlyDenver.com.

Read more articles by Margaret Jackson.

Margaret is a veteran Denver real estate reporter and can be contacted here.
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