RavenHusky wrote: »
Park at the closest Light Rail station, and take the Light Rail into downtown Seattle. Significantly cheaper than parking at the convention center, but the downside is that you won't have much access to your car.
ClannMorgan wrote: »
Spot Hero...the parking garage next to the convention center was low $20 a day.
To be fair, you probably won't need much access to a car until you're ready to leave for the day.
PAX. PAX. PAX. Boom.
I cannot stress how much I LOVE SpotHero enough. It's an app you download to your phone, and reserve parking (up to) many weeks in advance. It might sound kind of sketchy, but it's only at participating parking garages, so it's legit. I've used it for every major convention in the Seattle area since Emerald City Comic Con 2018, and it's never failed me; I always have a spot and I never have to pay anything extra upon leaving the garage. You can usually find even lower rates on SpotHero, because (for whatever reason) parking garages don't acknowledge that there is an event happening on the app, so they'll charge their weekend rates. For example, just now I checked for parking on Saturday from 8:30am to 11:00pm and there is a garage two blocks away for $7!
I already have all my parking for Sunday and Monday, and it cost me a big $25 for both days combined, with hours from 8am to 12am and 8am to 10pm. Truly, this app is a lifesaver and I highly recommend it for sports events, conventions, theaters, etc.
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