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Union Square in San Francisco is a hub for shopping and dining in the city! Macy’s on O’Farrell Street is one of the most popular stores in the neighborhood, and you can spend hours on a shopping spree here. But if you are driving down to the department store, make sure to book parking near Macy’s in advance. The store does not have an on-site Macy’s parking garage, and street parking in Union Square is quite challenging. However, the neighborhood excels in providing ample paid parking spaces at its well-maintained garages close to the most-visited businesses and attractions. There are plenty of top-rated parking lots less than a minute’s walk away from Macy’s; book your spot in advance to save time and money on a last-minute parking space hunt. Download the app to find the best deals at a Macy’s parking garage in San Francisco.

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Macy’s Parking Lot Rates

Location Rate Distance Parking
875 Howard Street Parking$10/ Day0.4 mi
970 Howard St Parking$20/ Day0.5 mi
259 7th St Parking$7.50/ Day0.7 mi
819 Ellis st Parking$33/ Day0.7 mi
750 Golden Gate Ave Parking$20/ Day0.9 mi
50 Broadway Aqua Parking$22/ Day1.0 mi
Big Triangle 1010 Front St Parking$15/ Day1.0 mi

Macy’s Parking FAQ

Is there parking at Macy’s San Francisco?

Macy’s does not have an official parking lot, but there are plenty of parking garages a few steps away from the store entrance. Street parking could be available nearby; however, this San Francisco neighborhood sees high demand for the limited spots. Affordable and secure parking lots are conveniently located on the streets nearby – you can check out well-maintained garages on either side of Market Street for the best parking near Macy’s San Francisco.

Where can I find the closest Macy’s Street parking in Union Square?

The closest street parking spots near Macy are right outside the store on O’Farrell Street – but you can park here on weekdays only after 6 pm. On Saturdays, you can park at this spot from 7 am to 6 pm, for a maximum of two hours. You’ll find additional street parking spaces – both metered and free of charge – on other streets nearby. Metered parking in the neighborhood generally costs $4 an hour, but rates can vary per location and time of the day. Always check posted signs for updates or temporary parking regulations on any street.

Where can I find a cheap Macy’s parking garage?

Booking a parking space for longer durations will get you the cheapest deals near Macy’s San Francisco. The North Beach Pickwick Garage on Mission Street offers 12-hour parking vouchers for just $20, and on Sutter Street, you’ll find the American West garage offering 12-hour voucher parking for $14. If you are making a quick stop, try 333 Bush Street valet parking for $5 an hour or park for the whole day at premium garages on Post Street, Ellis Street, or Mason Street for $15 - $30. Book your parking spot online for the lowest rates and additional discounts at parking lots near Macy’s.

How can I get the best Macy’s parking lot deals?

Go online on San Francisco parking websites or download a parking app on your smartphone to quickly find the best parking garages near Macy’s. You can compare rates and amenities at each garage to pick one that best suits your needs and budget. Get additional discounts with exclusive offers like early-bird rates, parking vouchers, and more to save more money on Macy’s parking in San Francisco. Many parking lots offer cheaper rates and better deals for online reservations. Book your parking spot in advance for the best Macy’s parking garage deals.

Macy’s Parking Tips

Check whether Macy’s validates parking at any of the garages nearby. If you are visiting any other stores or restaurants nearby, park your car at a centrally located garage and explore the neighborhood on foot. Most parking lots do not provide In-and-Out privileges; parking at one garage for a longer duration will save you a lot of money.

Be aware of San Francisco parking rules and always check parking signs on streets before using on-street parking spaces. Keep an eye on time limits, street cleaning schedules, and permit requirements. Park only in designated spots and check for temporary restrictions to avoid a parking ticket. A parking violation could cost you more than a secure paid parking space.

Do not leave any valuable exposed inside your car, whether you are parking on the streets or at a safe parking lot. Always put away your belongings under a seat or in the trunk before leaving your car.

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