For Seattle travelers looking to find cheap airport parking near SeaTac, Park N Jet offers competitive parking rates and amenities that make airport parking easier.
This Sea-Tac airport parking site has self-park and valet options with two secure lots that are well-lit, numbered, and fully fenced and paved. The lots are secure with high definition surveillance cameras and staff on the premises 24/7. In the waiting area, customers have access to free wi-fi and beverages.
The lot is located approximately one mile from Sea-Tac airport and is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Travelers are asked to arrive at the lot 20-25 minutes before they need to be at the airport terminal. The free shuttle runs continuously and arrives at the airport in six-eight minutes once it leaves the lot. When they return to Seattle, travelers call Park N Jet and meet the shuttle at a designated spot.
Many customers agree that Park N Jet SEA is a great airport parking deal.
Restrictions: Vehicles longer than 17 feet will be charged an additional $2.00/day. Vehicles longer than 19 feet, pick up trucks with crew cab, four doors, or dual rear wheels will be charged an additional $4.00/day. Vehicles longer than 21 feet can not be accepted at this lot.
What our customers say about Park N Jet Lot-2
Karen A Meyer - Olympia
When we returned from our trip, we immediately called Park N Jet with our car information. While the shuttle wait time was short, we waited for nearly 30 minutes at the lot for our car. It was very confusing and unnecessary. It was 6 am and very cold!
Ken Nguyen - Redmond, WA
Very modern high-tech parking facility, automated phone call or text pick-up system.
I have used Park N Jet Lot-2 multiple times. They are friendly, quick to transport both to and from the airport. I always recommend them to my friends and family.
Kate - Silverdale
The lot looks safe, is easy to find, and the staff seemed kind. I booked a valet spot, and drop off was easy. When I returned, shuttle was great, but when handed my key they said my car was up the hill. Way up the hill. It was 11:45pm. I had expected it to be in the valet spot. And oddly, of the four groups in our shuttle, only one car was in the valet. The other guy was up by me. And another couple were setting off their alarm trying to find their vehicle. There were two guys working the window, with plenty of notice who was on their way in the shuttle. It was disappointing for sure.