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I booked this a couple of weeks ago for 5 days for £11.82'ish but didn't post it in case it was some sort of error.

I can now confirm that it worked a treat.

Parking is in the Heathrow Hilton Terminal 5 car park (NCP have a little on site office) where you can get the Hotel Hoppa which takes about 10-15 minutes to get to and from the airport for a price of £15 return for two people. (bus runs every 22minutes 24 hours a day)
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kabs#1
Prices fluctuate, I don't think theres a set price for how many days rather when you book, when you want to go and for how ling.
kw21#2
kabs
Prices fluctuate, I don't think theres a set price for how many days rather when you book, when you want to go and for how ling.


I realise that but if you put in any date you get a damn good deal. I just tried two weeks in June and it came up with a price of £27.86!!

Either way you look at it this is unbeatable.
mattpreston11#3
For reference, Me and a friend got quoted £35 for a 2 mile taxi drive from Terminal 5 to the Terminal 5 travelodge a couple of weeks back. I think we paid £40 for 5 night parking (with transfers included)
kw21#4
mattpreston11
For reference, Me and a friend got quoted £35 for a 2 mile taxi drive from Terminal 5 to the Terminal 5 travelodge a couple of weeks back. I think we paid £40 for 5 night parking (with transfers included)


Taxis are always going to be expensive to and from airports, hence I used and quoted above the Hotel Hoppa which was £15 for two returns.
jonbee56#5
If you are a Blue badge holder, don't forget to mention it as there are some good deals hidden away
aw08#6
any for Manchester ? anyone know ? please
spaceinvader#7
mattpreston11
For reference, Me and a friend got quoted £35 for a 2 mile taxi drive from Terminal 5 to the Terminal 5 travelodge a couple of weeks back. I think we paid £40 for 5 night parking (with transfers included)

oO Thats extremely pricey, I used to drive Liverpool to Manchester for £40. Some fellas would do it for £35.
Lymey#8
This site is always worth a look to set a good baseline price to try to beat.

I've used them many times over the past decade or so and they have a lowest price guarantee.

http://www.holidayextras.co.uk/
manoj123#9
I got a park and collect service for 6 weeks for 50p :p

If you have time to look for the cheapest deal, then can use essential travel 'price match'
tysoup#10
Skyparksecure link from this page is also good - http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/travel/cheap-airport-parking
JezUK#11
Just to say, having used NCP and Quidco before, it takes at least 8 months to hit your bank.

Edited By: JezUK on Jan 24, 2012 07:48
gRoberts12#12
I have been paid quidco through using my card at the machine (ncp public multisorty) within a few weeks. Didn't realise they gave cashback till quidco emailed me saying they had paid me lol
barco#13
It's OK op, I get it. This is a very good find. Have done lots of research at all the usual and above-mentioned sites - nowhere comes close. They won't price match it because they don't offer it.
Got a quote for 1st-14th August (peak)- £27.86. Even with hoppa bus for a family, still comes in under £50. Can't get anything under £60 elsewhere and most are over £80. Head added.
panddda#14
We used a loophole that I found on here which got us totally free parking at Manchester (£80 worth) through Monarch - use their price guarantee which offers a full refund if you can find exactly the same parking cheaper on another site (which you usually can). Lots of people did it, and it worked a treat for us. A search on here should find it - it's in Misc with a title of Free Parking with Monarch or something similar.
voyager7#15
Good deal if you are a single traveller, as it's only £9 extra return for the shuttle bus. We are needing 3 weeks parking, and for 3 weeks in July at Heathrow it's £41.79. BUT For a family of 4 using the shuttle bus you must add on £36 which makes Purple Parking a slightly cheaper option and Quidco of 17% on top!
TCT#16
voyager7
Good deal if you are a single traveller, as it's only £9 extra return for the shuttle bus. We are needing 3 weeks parking, and for 3 weeks in July at Heathrow it's £41.79. BUT For a family of 4 using the shuttle bus you must add on £36 which makes Purple Parking a slightly cheaper option and Quidco of 17% on top!


We've 5 of us which makes Purple a no brainer, especially with 17% quidco.
faiz123banned#17
6 of us so Purple is an absolute no brainer, especially with 17% quidco. But the question is, can we trust them with our 45000£ car?
Gadgeygooga#18
faiz123
6 of us so Purple is an absolute no brainer, especially with 17% quidco. But the question is, can we trust them with our 45000£ car?

Drop the family off at the terminal and only pay for one round trip? That's what I always do...
doublekite#19
How secure is the car park at the Hilton (for T4 & 5)?
HappyFather#20
anyone booked this parking for other terminals 3 or 4?? because the NCP cheapest parking is at terminal 5 so if park at T5 and need to transfer to T3 or T4 is it easy/cheaper??

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