Airport parking can be expensive. You can usually save some money if you park at an off-site place. (This article about Fast Park & Relax includes a coupon code for a free night. And there are other ways you may potentially park for free.) But if you want to be close by and park at the airport itself, it’s not cheap.
To celebrate an airline’s new flights, one airport in Florida is offering a great deal – free parking for up to 3 days throughout November and December. That’s a savings of upwards of $36.
Melbourne Orlando Airport (previously known as Orlando Melbourne Airport, but you know what happened with that, right?) is celebrating Allegiant Airline’s new ultra-low fare flights from Melbourne to Pittsburgh, Nashville, and Concord, North Carolina, by offering free parking for up to three days to passengers that fly on Allegiant throughout November and December.
The new flights begin:
Pittsburgh, PA (PIT): twice-weekly nonstop service to Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) begins November 11, 2021.
Nashville, TN (BNA): twice-weekly nonstop service to Nashville International Airport (BNA) begins November 18, 2021.
Concord, NC (USA): twice-weekly nonstop service to Concord-Padgett Airport (USA) begins November 18, 2021.
Passengers can receive the free parking promotion in three simple steps:
1. Book a flight from MLB on AllegiantAir.com
2. Enjoy a fun getaway to Nashville, Pittsburgh, or Concord
3. Present Allegiant boarding pass to the cashier when exiting the airport parking lot
The new flights are primarily on Thursdays and Sundays, although schedules might vary during the holiday season.
For additional information, visit www.MLBair.com.
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