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Free Weekday Parking Westfield London, £3 parking at weekends. Usually £6 and £9
Free Weekday Parking Westfield London, £3 parking at weekends. Usually £6 and £9

Free Weekday Parking Westfield London, £3 parking at weekends. Usually £6 and £9

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Free parking at Westfield shopping centre if you download the PayPal app and claim the £6 voucher.

Westfield London is White city
Not Stratford City
- mrew42

22 Comments

Why cold? heat added

Doesn't find the Westfield London parking. Can find GBK and others in Stratford but if you look at T&Cs it started on 2nd June for the first 30000 vouchers.

Original Poster

Westfield London is the one in Shepherds Bush, as far as I'm aware it doesn't work at Westfield Stratford.

Bring back the free 2 hours parking! Even though I live a few mins drive from stratford I prefer lakeside

Should be in the freebies section if you're advertising this as 'free'

adam_holcombe

Should be in the freebies section if you're advertising this as 'free'


Free is for weekdays
£3.00 for weekends.
So it's not just 'free'

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Edited by: "dingdong" 24th Jun 2014

mrew42

Free is for weekdays£3.00 for weekends.So it's not just 'free'



The first part of the title is 'free weekday parking'..

or you could argue this should be in the vouchers section.. "claim the £6 voucher."


Edited by: "adam_holcombe" 24th Jun 2014

And the rest of the title isn't ::rolls eyes::

Or you could just argue.....
Edited by: "mrew42" 24th Jun 2014

ashraf86uk

Bring back the free 2 hours parking! Even though I live a few mins drive … Bring back the free 2 hours parking! Even though I live a few mins drive from stratford I prefer lakeside



Me too! And I thought I was the only one!

To be honest I object to paying for parking at the weekend, when even the council allows some free parking on the street

I can understand in London they need to have some sort of parking control (especially during the week where commuters will likely abuse free parking) but I object to paying for parking for the privilege of spending my money in their stores. They really need to have a system where they validate parking if you spend a reasonable amount of money.

But worst of all are the queues, particularly at the "premium/designer" stores, during hols/etc :O IF you really want expensive clothes/handbags at least have the self respect not to let yourself be treated like cattle/with utter contempt, do people not realise you can walk into the same stores at Sloane Street/Selfridges/Oxford Street/etc and be treated in a manner appropriate for when one is about to have their wallet/purse lightened?

As you may have guessed I don't like the place, but have voted hot none the less for those that do.



Edited by: "Mentos" 24th Jun 2014

Banned

Why not take public transit? This area of London has bad enough air pollution as it is without more car movements. It's right next to a tube and train station too

sspurr

Why not take public transit? This area of London has bad enough air … Why not take public transit? This area of London has bad enough air pollution as it is without more car movements. It's right next to a tube and train station too



Depends what/how much you're buying.

Banned

Mentos

Depends what/how much you're buying.



Minicab for the return journey maybe? plus you'd have to be buying a ton for it not to fit into two big ikea-style bags per person.

westfield london always seems filled with people who bring their own food and laptops to spend a couple of hours sitting round having a picnic using the comp wifi good luck trying to get a seat in that place
Edited by: "mattmerch" 24th Jun 2014

Used this the other day, works perfectly, it's essentially 6£ off the cost, so on Sunday it only cost me 1.50 (not 7.50)

I suspect a lot of people park at westfield and then take the tube/train elsewhere.

Although I do wish more multistory car parks would adopt the system they have as it makes it really easy to see which rows have free spaces.

Westfield = RIP OFF PARKING.
Hot deal though.

I agree with Mentos, parking should be much less expensive, especially as the shortest time I've had to spend in there is 4 hours (its the wife, not me). It should be the longer you stay the cheaper it is, weekend cap of £9 still rip off. I did also like the free 2 hours, but if you spend £££ it should be free. In Wembley London Designer Outlet they do a limited promotion for parking, £30 spend = free parking. But LDO is also as RIP off as bad as Westfield, at £5.50 for 2-3 hours! Its ridiculous.

Edited by: "cxxr" 24th Jun 2014

Their Parking is cheaper if you are enrolled in the RFID/Express parking system, £4 for all day if I remember rightly for a weekday

Their capped day rate is better than most places for people parking for long durations.

Take the train

Don't normally comment but my god there is some sad pathetic people on here !!! get a grip we are here to save each other money not pick at every little thing !!!

sspurr

Minicab for the return journey maybe? plus you'd have to be buying a ton … Minicab for the return journey maybe? plus you'd have to be buying a ton for it not to fit into two big ikea-style bags per person.



Don't really fancy lugging a couple of ikea sized bags full of probably quite expensive (not exactly a Mecca for bargains) possibly fragile, odd shaped, etc stuff on the tube/bus if I can avoid it.

Mini cab kind of defeats your point about pollution, might save the world from me using my car to get there, but the cab driver does the second journey instead doesn't he (to get back to base, or too Westfield? So ultimately I've left my car sitting at home, inconvenienced myself, cost myself more, caused more pollution (return journey for cab driver, plus some bus/tube having to burn a fraction more diesel to get me there). Only plus side I can see is those feckers Westfield don't get any parking money from me
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