Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport parking prices set to rise next month

Jan 7, 2022, 4:15 AM | Updated: 7:14 am
(Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport)...
(Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport)
(Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport)

PHOENIX – Parking prices are heading higher at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.

The city posted a public notice last month about the rate hike, which is set to take effect Feb. 25.

Travelers using airport parking facilities should be prepared to pay between $2 and $6 more per day, depending on the service level.

A city spokeswoman told KTAR News 92.3 FM the airport’s discount and loyalty programs for booking online in advance will remain available after the rates change.

The daily fee for the priciest option, Terminal 3 and 4 garage valet parking, is going from $33 to $39.

The premium terminal garage rate is going from $29 to $33 daily, while covered terminal self-parking is rising from $27 to $30.

Covered self-parking at the west economy garage will see the largest increase by percentage, rising from $12 to $16.

All other options are getting a $2 per day bump: east economy garages A and B to $16; east economy lot uncovered self-park to $14; and west economy park and walk overflow to $9.

The rate for uncovered self-parking at the 24th Street lot, which is scheduled to open this summer, will be set at $14 per day.

Hourly parking rates are staying at $4 for the first hour plus $2 for each additional 30 minutes until the total reaches the daily lot rate.

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