Comparing parking rates

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  1. mmtska

    mmtska I dreamed of a wish and it came true!

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    As convenient as parking at the port may be, we'd really like to not pay the prices....sigh. I've found 3 possibilities-2 have been discussed a little here, but the 3rd I haven't heard anything.

    1-Park n cruise. $6.99 a night

    2-Park n sail $6.50 a night

    3-Raddisson $6.99 a night

    Would the Raddisson be inside? That would be great, but I'd like to hear about any anyone here has tried! Thanks!
     
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  3. Goofy559

    Goofy559 Cruise Junkie

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    We used park n cruise for our june cruise and they were fabulous. We saved an extra 10 percent booking online. It cost us $40 for a five night cruise. We called when we got through customs and waited less than 10 min for the bus. Great friendly service. Highly recommended!
     
  4. Tracykim

    Tracykim DIS Veteran

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    We used #2!! GREAT retired Vet that owns the place!! We used them for our B2B this past May. They live on property and we even kept our keys. As soon as we arrived they loaded us up in a LARGE AC van and took us right to the port!! She even offered to stop so we could get a far away picture of the Dream. They were there to pick us up with in 10 mins of us calling them. We WILL be using them again!!
     
  5. lbgraves

    lbgraves Little Cinderella's Mommy

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    I would NEVER pay more to park at the Raddison. Their lot is outside and is NOT secured, despite what they say. We found that out the hard way when our car was one of 7 reported broken into last January when we returned from our cruise.
     
  6. Fltwin

    Fltwin Mouseketeer

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    I'm so glad you posted this. When I made my reservation with DCL I asked if there were other options for parking and she told me no.....:(
     
  7. pearljammer

    pearljammer Mouseketeer

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    Can someone please provide info they have on the park n sail? $6.50/night. Interested and would like web addy or other info please. Thank you!!
     
  8. mattmommy

    mattmommy Mouseketeer<br><font color=green>My DS loves rice.

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    Thanks everybody.

    We're doing a week at WDW and a b2b for 7 nights (4 night and a 3 night). We have a great car rental price and after crunching the numbers with the park n sail, it's cheaper to pay to park than it is to give the car back.
     
  9. pooht

    pooht Earning My Ears

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    We are booked on the Dream in Sept. Has anyone parked at Premier Parking near Port Canaveral? If so, what was your experience with them?
    THanks
     
  10. mmtska

    mmtska I dreamed of a wish and it came true!

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    LIES! lol. Someone else had mentioned not parking at the garage, and mentioned park and cruise. I heard good things about both, but not the Raddisson....and now I've heard bad things about them so that's good! Well not good, but now I know not to park there..

    Just google Port Canaveral Parking. IDK if I can post a website, so that's the easiest way of doing that. Park n cruise is really easy to find. It's just the name .com
     
  11. mmtska

    mmtska I dreamed of a wish and it came true!

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    Plus Park N Cruise has a 10% off so it'll actually be $6.30 a night. DEAL!
     
  12. mmouse37

    mmouse37 DCL Diva!!

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    I am merging this with the other parking thread to keep all the parking info in one thread.

    MJ
     
  13. disney1990

    disney1990 <font color=royalblue>Wow, it make my heart skip a

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    Yes, the others are a good deal, but you will be paying for 1 additional day at each of them. For a 3 night cruise, you will be paying for 4 days; for a 7 night cruise, you will be paying for 8 days. Plus, you will be paying a processing fee & tax. So it won't be quite as cheap as it sounds. But, you will definitely be saving some money.
     
  14. INDY1919A4

    INDY1919A4 Mouseketeer

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    I looked at them and found no info about them at PC.... But if you go to cruise Critic and search, there are a lot of reviews about some of their sister sites out of Miami.. and there are some mixed reviews..

    Now I want to be the 1st to state that it is unfair to judge one site from the performance of others in the chain.. But it is all I have at this time...

    And there are alot of good vibes for the other park services... And they are closer..
     

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