The trials and tribulations of travel start the moment you leave your home. From bad weather to forgotten items, it is a challenge to get out of your home and to the airport. Getting to the airport on time is a feat all on its own, but parking at the airport should come with its own playbook.
As a travel pro, there are things I make sure of. For one thing, being On spot with airport parking is critical to the days’ challenges. How do I get to the airport and not break a sweat? What do I do about airport parking? Being on spot with airport parking is how I lavishly live travel out loud, every time I get ready to head to the Pittsburgh airport!
Being On Spot With Airport Parking
Today’s post is sponsored. As a brand partner of The Parking Spot, I can offer you insider’s tips and knowledge to help you in being spot on with airport parking!
Here is my traveling buddy SPOT. Whenever I pack up to travel SPOT is with me. You see, Spot’s dad works in airports all around you. Mini Spot travels with me, each time I visit The Parking Spot because he wants to see his dad.
In fact, meet Spot’s Dad! I see him often, and so do you. Spot’s Dad is always busy working helping travelers get from their airport locations to The Parking Spot (covered) Garage.
Spot is ready to adventure around the world with me, and he will often be on my Instagram, so make sure you follow along. Follow the hashtag #AdventuresWithSpot to see where he is and comment!
How Am I On Spot With Parking?
First and foremost, I never park anywhere else but at The Parking Spot. My car deserves to be covered and The Parking Spot is all covered parking. My spot is what I reserve, I am ‘spot -on’ guaranteed my parking once I make an easy reservation.
Second, I am a member of The Spot Club™ that keeps me saving as I travel. I am a ‘frequent parker’! It’s free so I am ‘spot on’ with budgeting!
Third, I heart The Parking Spot drivers. I pull in, park and here comes my shuttle. The driver takes my luggage from the ground to the shuttle and gives me a tag (that will be used when I get back to the shuttle). At the airport, the driver lets me get off first, then he gets my luggage (make sure to tip these guys, they work hard and often really early or really late!).
Last, I’m on spot with parking when I get back to Pittsburgh because my app (oh did I tell you to download it? DO!) tracks my arrival and the driver is on his way. I head to the ground transportation and I see Spot’s Dad and away we go.
My car is not wet, not snow covered, just ready and waiting for me! It’s easy, convenient and makes travel so effortless. I appreciate the help with my bags and coming back to a car that is not flooded or snowed on!
Travel is about being on spot with parking and spot on about the parking arrangements you use. Remember to follow me and ‘Mini Spot’ for #AdventuresOfSpot & Dana:) — Find The Parking Spot Location by you and make those parking arrangements.