[NSW] Free Parking (up to 3 Hours) at Sydney Airport

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Free parking for up to 3 hours
Free parking is now available at all terminals for up to 3 hours. There is no need to prebook online, simply drive up to the car park and take a ticket. Offer is available at all car parks at the Domestic, and P7 and Express Parking at International. Valid period from 29 March until 31 May 2020.

Check at other local airport website for similar offers.

Just in case if someone wants..

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  • +21 votes

    Go sit there in the car for a few hours and remember the days when you could fly places.

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      haha so true, no need to enter carpark anymore because nobodies flying

    • +2 votes

      Dont forget the Goon Bag.

    • +1 vote

      Does the smell of jet fuel still linger in the air? It's not an airport without it.

    • +8 votes

      So free parking but potentially free $1000 fine too with nostalgia not being a valid reason to leave the house :)

      Airports should always have at least 1 hour free parking for pick ups and drop offs, always such a rort.

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        Airports should always have at least 1 hour free parking for pick ups and drop offs, always such a rort.

        Totally agree. And having live in Melbourne for many years but travelling frequently to Europe, it's absolutely archaic that MEL still doesn't have a rail link to the city. Just about every international airport I've traveled to does, and it's so much more convenient to board a train than fight traffic to get to the city.

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          Just about every international airport I've traveled to does, and it's so much more convenient to board a train than fight traffic to get to the city.

          Until you get to Sydney, where they have a rail link, but it's so exorbitantly priced, that's its often cheaper to take an uber, when travelling in groups of two or more (YMMV depending on the distance).

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            @salmon123: Sydney is indeed a "special" airport. I flew Melbourne to Europe via Sydney a few years ago and the transfer from the domestic flight to the international one was a less than efficient process.

            As for price, I have no doubt Sydney's rail link would be expensive, but most airports charge some kind of premium, at least the ones I remember in Europe do. I think CDG to Paris wasn't that bad, actually.

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              @dm01:

              but most airports charge some kind of premium, at least the ones I remember in Europe do

              Sydney airport takes the cake - $14.90 one way.

              The only more expensive service I can think of, is the Heathrow Express, at 22 pounds.

              At least the Heathrow Express has nicer trains than Sh*tty Rail.

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                @salmon123: Here are train prices from a few airports I've been through in the past 8 years. These are current prices (as best I could tell from googling), I would have paid less at a few places.

                CDG -> Paris - €10.30 ($18.62)
                AMS -> Amsterdam - €5.50 ($9.94)
                OSL -> Oslo - NOK 160 ($24.75)
                FRA -> Frankfurt - Cheap!
                GVA -> Geneva - FREE or CHF3 ($5)
                MXP -> Milan - €13 ($13.50)
                BKK -> Bangkok - pocket change!

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                @salmon123:

                Sydney airport takes the cake - $14.90 one way

                Yet still cheaper than SkyBus Melbourne ($19.75), SkyBus Hobart ($19.50) and SkyBus Auckland ($17) even though SkyBus never had to build rail tracks or train stations.

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                  @capslock:

                  Yet still cheaper than SkyBus

                  Arguably there's cheaper public bus services in those cities. There's a cheaper bus service in Sydney too, but it's inconvenient (in lots of parts of Sydney), compared to Uber.

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              @dm01: In Singapore, the Airport Station is pretty much like any other station, a trip from there to CBD costs like 2 bucks.

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    Not sure about similar… Melb airport is free until end of June!

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    got free covid-19 on the way out?

  • +10 votes

    What a joke!

    Suddenly when nobody needs to use their monopoly they reduce prices…..

    Complete scammers!

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    The real outcome when the demand drops!! :) :)

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    That's the way it should be permanently!