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What are some of the cheapest parking lots for the Denver International Airport?

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From cheapest to most expensive, the five types of parking lots Denver International Airport offers are the Shuttle, Economy, Garage, Valet and Short Term parking lots. Aside from the Shuttle lot, all parking lot options have one location on the east side of the airport and one on the west.

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What are some of the cheapest parking lots for the Denver International Airport?
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The Shuttle lot is the cheapest parking lot at the airport. Also called the Pikes Peak lot, this lot charges $2 per hour or $8 per full day. Shuttles to the airport run approximately every 10 minutes, 24 hours a day. The shuttle ride to the airport takes 10 to 12 minutes. The airport also offers an additional shuttle lot, the Mount Elbert lot, which opens when the Pike's Peak lot is full. The Mount Elbert lot has the same pricing and shuttle ride time as the Pikes Peak lot.

The two Economy lots charge $3 per hour or $13 per day. Travelers can walk from both lots to the airport in 10 to 12 minutes. As with the Shuttle lots, the Economy lots offer shuttle service to the airport. Shuttles pick up from the lot every 10 minutes, and the ride to the airport takes five to seven minutes.

The Garage parking lots cost $3 per hour or $24 per day and do not offer shuttle service. These lots require a five to 10 minute walk to the airport and include designated hybrid vehicle parking and electric vehicle charging stations.

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