Edinburgh airport parking

Hi, I have asked this on the discount board but no replies.

Just wondering if anyone knew of any discount codes for parking at the airport, thanks

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  • Hi, I have asked this on the discount board but no replies.

    Just wondering if anyone knew of any discount codes for parking at the airport, thanks

    Ive never heard of any but would be very interested if anyone else does!
  • stormbreaker
    stormbreaker Posts: 2,289
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    edited 8 September 2012 at 9:22AM
    There are often codes floating about but not specifically for the airport but the others that service the airport. I get e-mails with them. I will look later and see if I have not deleted them. Apologies but not got much time at the minute but do any of these car park groups not service Edinburgh??

    http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?t=3326668&highlight=airport
  • xnikkix
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    NCP Scotpark is generally the cheapest at £3.49 a day if booked online and you get to keep the keys. I always shop around but always end up in the Scotpark as it's good value and on site.
  • azzabazza
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    I always use Flying Scot (the one near the Exhibition Centre). Maybe not the cheapest but very near the airport and excellent transfer times. They send me email promotional codes from time to time but haven't had one recently.
  • I'd be VERY wary of using an off-site car park where you have to hand over your keys. I've had cars damaged by these places before, who then claim no responsibility and state that the damage must have been there when you arrived. You thereby lose far more money than you would potentially save in lower charges.
    We tend to use NCP Scotpark nowadays and have never had a problem.
    RF
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  • bluffer
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    depending on timing, parking at Ferrytoll is worth considering. its free and you catch a normal bus to and from.
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  • azzabazza
    azzabazza Posts: 1,072 Forumite
    I'd be VERY wary of using an off-site car park where you have to hand over your keys. I've had cars damaged by these places before, who then claim no responsibility and state that the damage must have been there when you arrived. You thereby lose far more money than you would potentially save in lower charges.
    We tend to use NCP Scotpark nowadays and have never had a problem.
    RF

    We have used the one I mentioned above on numerous occasions and have never experienced this. I would imagine damage can be caused to vehicles parked in any type of car park.
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