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If you plan on catching a flight out of New Jersey, and you have to park your vehicle in the airport parking lot, I feel very sorry for you. The rate for parking at Newark Airport has skyrocketed in the last 4 years.

It will cost you an arm and a leg. An average family goes on vacation for a total of 7 days. The price for parking at Newark Airport for 1 day is $24 dollars, the airport is killing the average family who’s trying to take a modest vacation during these very hard time. $24 dollars a day for 7 days totals $168 dollars. You would think during this economic crisis, the airport would be most understanding.

Unless they lower their prices, dont expect me to go there. If you are not looking into spending $168 dollars for 7 days, you may want to search elsewhere for your parking needs. There are a couple of parking lots that are located near the airport.

The Newark International Airport is located near Route 1. There are excellent bargains near the airport. Drive around to find the best prices. Newark Airport Parking lots around the area know that the airport is charging people an arm and a leg, so they will try to be lower in order to have customers. Ensure that your car is parked in a safe place. Ask questions about the security and how safe the area is.

At the time of this writing, offsite airport parking had lower rates and a better service. They tend to charge much less and have great customer service. They are many offsite airport parking at Newark, one of those is called This company really has the best rates and service. At the time of this writing, this company has the lowest rates. In my experience no other company has the superior prices and service that this one has.


One Response to “Parking at Newark Airport”

  1. Kei Togawa on January 8th, 2019 2:26 am

    Although I am a Japanese tourist, I parked at the parking lot of Newark Airport for about 2 hours. I lost sight of the parking ticket in the car. I was charged $ 35 for the agent and there was no explanation for $ 35 from the staff, but I paid with a credit card. Is it a general billing amount?

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