Ballpark E-Guides’ New Partner: Parking Panda!

Posted by Kurt Smith on Sunday, July 12, 2015
Regular readers of the Ballpark E-Guides e-mail newsletter know how strongly I recommend reserving your parking in advance for baseball games.

Imagine driving to a ballgame and setting your GPS to the address of the garage or lot where you'll be parking, facing a minimal amount of traffic, and parking in a great affordable spot...which you've already paid for. Isn't that better than sitting in crawling ballgame traffic, just looking for a spot that isn't miles away and ridiculously overpriced?

I'm sure I don't have to tell you if you've experienced that, but unless you're a masochist, don't drive to Fenway Park or Camden Yards, or any big-city ballpark for that matter, without already having your parking plan in place.

Parking Panda, the very popular parking reservation website, recently approached me about becoming a partner, and I thought it was a great idea. I already have an affiliate for this... "ParkWhiz"...and they’re fine, but Parking Panda has enabled me to set up pages on the site where readers can book their parking at any ballpark in advance, and even select the date!

Which will make life much, much easier and less expensive for you, the baseball spectator (because that's what I do!).

The parking pages will be up soon...in the meantime, you can click here and try Parking Panda for your next ballgame.

You’ll save a lot of time, money, and most of all, significant fan aggravation!


Tags: baseball parking  camden yards  fenway park 
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