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Hourly and Monthly San Francisco parking can be found through a variety of ways! There are a number of parking garages and lots (both covered and uncovered) that offer short term and long term SF parking options. Parking spaces at these garages and lots can be booked by driving up, contacting the parking operator, or by using a parking website or app, such as Way.com.
San Francisco hourly parking can range anywhere from $0.50 to $7 per hour, depending on any special events taking place. Many parking garages and lots offer attractive daily maximum rates of $10-$15 with Early Bird pricing. Please note that Early Bird pricing requires drivers to arrive and leave at predesignated times.
San Francisco monthly parking can range from $150 to $500 per month, depending on the type of vehicle you’d like to park, the location, and the hours of access. SF monthly parking rates are cheaper for drivers who only want to park Monday-Friday. A person parking a sedan in Downtown San Francisco can expect to pay between $250-350 per month. Most San Francisco monthly parking prices include in and out privileges, but you will have to check with the operator to make sure. Parking websites and apps like Way.com will also have these details available on their platform.
Yes, many parking lots and garages in San Francisco offer overnight monthly parking. Please note that overnight parking rates are much higher than daily parking rates, usually by $70 to $100 monthly.
Yes, many parking lots and garages in San Francisco offer monthly parking for SUVs. Please note that parking rates for SUVs are higher than parking rates for sedans, usually by $70 to $100 monthly.
You can find San Francisco parking coupon codes on websites like RetailMeNot, Ebates and Groupon. Parking operators sometimes offer special rates, such as Early Bird pricing and discounts for annual commitments. Websites and apps like Way.com sell excess parking inventory at discounted rates, making them the best option for finding cheap San Francisco parking.