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DFW Airport Parking Rates & Best DFW Offsite Parking

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We all have different reasons to park at the airport.

Most travelers who park at Dallas Fort Worth Airport find it convenient as they don’t have to wait for shuttles. 

Additionally, it is much easier to get to your car after your flight, especially if you’ve had a long and tiring flight.

So, how much is airport parking at DFW?

DFW Airport Parking Rates

The table below shows DFW airport parking rates depending on location and parking duration.

LOCATIONDURATIONPARKING FEE 
(DAILY RATES)
Terminal (the most convenient)0 – 8 minutes$6.00
8 – 30 minutes$2.00
30 minutes – 2 hours$3.00
2 – 4 hours$9.00
4 – 6 hours$10.00
6 – 24 hours$27.00
Express (covered and uncovered parking available)
0 – 2 hours

$2.00
2 – 4 hours$3.00
4 – 6 hours$4
6 – 24 hours$10.00
Covered    –$15.00
Uncovered    –$10.00
Remote(Temporary closed)(Temporary closed)
Valet$34.00/day
Cell Phone LotsFREEFREE
DFW Airport Parking Rates

See also:

JFK Airport Parking Rates & Best JFK Offsite Parking.

SeaTac Airport Parking Rates & Best SeaTac Offsite Parking.

MSP Airport Parking Rates & Best MSP Offsite Airport Parking.

LAX Airport Parking Rates & Best Parking at LAX

If you are looking for convenient airport parking at DFW, terminal parking would be a great choice.

It is within a short walking distance from your car (to the terminal) and also great if you’re not passing through the luggage security check. 

However, DFW terminals parking can also be expensive. But you get to save if you prepay through their website (Terminal Everyday Saver).

Best DFW airport remote parking / Offsite airport parking

1. The Parking Spot

I have personally used this parking lot for years and never had bad experiences. I also have never had to wait more than 10 minutes to be picked up. 

Most travelers recommend this DFW offsite parking because of the available coupon codes and discounts they give to employees of select companies.

Their app is able to show you real-time data of their shuttles’ locations. The app alerts them of your location and sends a shuttle to your pick point!

If you’re planning to park at The Parking Spot, you have to either choose;

  • The Parking Spot North (has easy access to the north of the airport)
  • The Parking Spot South (has easy access to the south of the airport)
  • Or The Parking Spot Premium ( north of the airport. Has a premium covered parking lot).

Check out The Parking Spot parking rates;

Parking LocationParking TypePAY NOWPAY LATER
The Parking Spot NorthCovered self-park $13.00/day$13.50/day
Uncovered self-park$12.00/day$12.50/day
The Parking Spot PremiumPremium covered self-park$15.00/day$15.50/day
Premium extra-wide uncovered self-park$15.00/day$15.50/day
The Parking Spot SouthCovered self-park $13.00/day$13.50/day
Uncovered self-park$10.25/day$10.50/day

N/B: The Parking Spot South gives you easy access to the DFW airport terminal.

Image Credit: The Parking Spot
Image credit: The Parking Spot
Image Credit: The Parking Spot

Be sure to visit their website for more info.

2. Freedom Park

Freedom Park is yet another great alternative if you want to park your car closer to the airport. 

Travelers enjoy parking at Freedom Park due to their great valet parking experience, and lack of hidden fees. 

The following table shows Freedom Park‘s valet parking rates

Parking Rates (per/day)
(excluding additional fees)
Additional Fees
Daily Parking$28 per day (day 1 – 5)Sales tax + 12% DFW Airport fee + “one time” reservation fee of $3.50
Extended Stays$24 per day (Minimum 6 days)Sales tax + 12% DFW Airport fee + “one time” reservation fee of $3.50

You can also visit their website for more info.

Lastly, if you’re looking for cheap/free parking near DFW airport, check out the DART rail station on the Orange Line, which is free. 

But you will have to take the train to the DFW airport.

Hey, I’m Rose. I’m passionate about electric cars and clean energy. My adventurous spirit and journalistic pursuits make each day fascinating and far greater. I consider traveling not just about the grandeur moments, but the little elements that transform the whole experience.