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What You'll Get
Just like a pot, a watched car never boils. Prevent automotive immolation and other hazards with today's Groupon: for $17, you get three days of outdoor self-parking at Midway Park Ride & Fly at Midway International Airport (a $34.25 value).
Midway Park Ride & Fly 's courteous staff and secure parking facility help travelers to part with their trusty steel steeds and sprint to their Midway gate in a prompt and hassle-free manner. A well-lit lot patrolled by unblinking 24-hour security cameras keeps cars safe from common parking-lot pitfalls including skulking ne’er-do-wells and sleepwalking racecar drivers. After safely stowing their cars, passengers join a friendly shuttle captain who escorts them to and from the airport and helps to load and unload baggage. When passengers arrive back at the airport, they can call the lot toll-free and arrange to meet the shuttle outside baggage claim in preparation for their upcoming vehicular reunion. Additional days can be purchased online for $10.75 per day, plus a one-time fuel surcharge and reservation fee.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 30, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Valid for outdoor self parking only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Park Ride & Fly USA
Park Ride & Fly USA's car caretakers protect vacationing cars within 24-hour, well-lit parking lots near airports in more than 30 states. After dropping off their automobiles, customers can transport themselves and their luggage to the airport aboard one of the company’s complimentary shuttles or human-size hamster balls. While away, patrons rest easy knowing that their steel steeds are safe within fenced lots that are monitored by 24-hour surveillance. At many locations, shuttles also swing by the terminal to pick up returning travelers and reunite them with their respective vehicles, which are first freed of cloud-based artillery, including snow or recently rained molasses.