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How much is it to park at Liverpool Airport?

With travellers often having to leave their vehicles at the airport for a number of days or even weeks while they’re away, airport parking can be a costly consideration. Fortunately, there are a selection of affordable parking options available at Liverpool Airport, the trick is simply knowing when, where and how to book the best option for you.

In this blog, we provide a list of the prices for parking at Liverpool Airport, offer tips on saving money and explain whether or not it’s possible to park for free.

How much is it to park at the airport?

Parking prices will vary depening on the duration of your stay and the type of parking you’ve paid for. If you’ve pre-booked airport parking, it will be different based on when you booked, with it often being cheaper if you’ve booked in advance. Below, we’ve listed the selection of parking options at Liverpool Airport along with the prices for each option:

Liverpool Airport parking rates

Pay On Foot Parking

  • £38 for up to one day
  • £65 for up to two days
  • £75 for up to three days
  • £80 for up to four days
  • £85 for up to five days
  • £90 for up to six days
  • £95 for up to seven days
  • £100 for up to eight days

Long Stay Parking:

  • £4.53 per day
  • £49.99 per week

Multi-Storey Parking:

  • £6 for up to 30 minutes
  • £10 for up to one hour
  • £15 for up to two hours
  • £25 for up to four hours
  • £42 for up to 24 hours
  • £6.53 per day
  • £71.99 per week

Fast Track Parking:

  • £7.73 per day
  • £124.99 per week

Family Fast Track Parking:

  • £7.73 per day
  • £124.99 per week

Express Drop Off

  • £4 for up to 10 minutes
  • £10 for up to 20 minutes
  • £25 for up to one hour
  • £50 for up to 24 hours
  • £50 per day

Drop Off 2

  • Free for up to 40 minutes
  • £8 for up to an hour
  • £10 for up to two hours
  • £50 for up to 24 hours
  • £50 per day

Cheap parking at Liverpool Airport

If you’re going away for several days or even a number of weeks, you will need to ensure that your car is parked safely while you’re away. Parking at Liverpool Airport would be advisable, particularly as there is 24/7 security and doing so limits the time it takes to get from your vehicle to the terminal. However, you will want to ensure that you’re parking within your budget and not paying over the odds.

Does airport parking get cheaper?

It is possible to reduce the cost of parking by considering your options and booking early. Pre-booked parking at Liverpool Airport allows you to pay beforehand, lock in the price you’re paying and guarantee that you have a space on the day. It’s cheaper to pay online, with savings of up to 70 per cent compared to paying on foot when you arrive. It would also be advisable to book early, as doing this can enable you to get the cheapest price possible.

Simply visit the ‘Book Parking’ section of the Liverpool Airport website, and you can book a parking space for your trip several months in advance.

Where to add a discount code on Liverpool Airport parking

Another method of paying less for parking at Liverpool Airport is by entering in a money-off discount code. You will find discount codes in various places and in line with a selection of different promotions. Alternatively, you can simply visit the Liverpool Airport Parking Promotion Code page.

When you find the discount code you want to use, simply enter it into the discount code section during the online booking process, or if you’re given the option, click the link on the code and it will automatically be added to your basket.

Is there free parking at the airport?

Although you may be able to pay less by booking early or picking a more suitable parking option, you will need to pay if you’re leaving your car at one of the long-stay car parks at Liverpool Airport. However, there is the option of parking for free at one of the time-limited drop off locations.

How to get free parking at the airport

As mentioned in the Liverpool Airport Parking Rates section above, you can park without being charged if you leave your vehicle in the Drop Off 2 Car Park and return within forty minutes. This will allow for anyone that is helping someone they’re dropping off at the airport, giving them time to help them with their bags and wave them off at security.