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How ATL Airport Employees Are Cutting Their Parking Costs in Half (And Even Getting Paid $150 at the Same Time!!)
Atlanta airport employee parking is one of the biggest challenges you face on a regular basis…
But what makes it so difficult?
If you’re not fortunate enough to have an employer who covers those parking costs, you’ll have to rely on private off-site parking, which averages $11-13 every day. That’s $231-273 a month just for parking!
In addition to that, off-site lots require you to get on a shuttle to the airport that can take 10-30 additional minutes each way, sometimes making you late for work.
So what options do people have for airport employee parking that doesn’t cost so much time and money?
Aero has pulled together the best ways to work that can cut parking costs in half (or more) and…
It also gives you an opportunity to actually get paid at the same time.
Keep reading to discover the most efficient ways to get to work Atlanta airport employees.
Cut these costs in half by sharing a ride with a coworker or friend
What is carpooling?
The answer might seem obvious, but carpooling is just sharing a ride to work with a coworker. And it offers a lot more benefits when those rides are tracked on the GA Commute App. More on that shortly.
In addition to being way less expensive than ridesharing services like Uber or Lyft, carpooling could allow you to park directly at the airport and still save money.
For example, if you and a coworker share the ride to work, you could start using the parking lots right by the airport for $7 a day per person (when you split the cost… even less if your carpool is you and two other coworkers). For less than the price of the off-site lots, you can skip the need for that annoying shuttle and save 20-60 minutes of your time in the process. Every day.
Already know coworkers that live in the same general area? That’s your best start. But if you don’t know anybody to share a ride with…
Aero is here to simplify this process using our community of airport workers that are also looking for people to share a ride to work. Here’s an example…
Dionne and Claudette joined the Aero Insider program and started sharing a ride to work… saving money and even more importantly, sharing the stress of driving every day (sometimes Dionne drives, sometime Claudette drives).
Becoming an Aero Insider is easy (and always free)… get our 5-step plan for a better trip to work. This will give you a simple process to find people to share a ride with and cut your costs in half.
With Aero, you have the ability to cut your parking (and gas) costs in half, and also… get paid $150 in cash. What’s that now? Read on.
How to Get Paid $150 Just by Sharing the Ride to Work
Sharing a ride to work pays off (literally). This cash offer is brought to you by Aero and our friends at Georgia Commute Options (part of Atlanta’s regional government).
Here’s how it works: If you are driving to work now (just you) and you begin sharing a ride with a coworker, and you do it for 30 days within a 90-day window of time…
You’ll earn $150 in cash. It’s that simple!
All you have to do is:
Check out Aero’s short video on how the $150 cash program works (with bonus content on how you can also get access to 4 free Uber rides home per year as an airport employee):
Are There More Ways to Crush Your Trip to Work at the Airport?
This article covered ways ATL airport employees are cutting their parking costs in half.
Everything you could ever want to know about the best ways to get to work as an ATL airport employee is contained in Aero’s Ultimate Insider’s Guide.
You can always return there to find all our best content.
Find Your Most Relaxing and Rewarding Trip to Work with Aero
At Aero, we know that you want to be relaxed and confident when you’re getting to the airport for work. In order to do that, you need a reliable and affordable way to get to work.
The problem is the trip to the airport is a pain in the %#$… it’s expensive, slow, and uncertain, which makes you feel stressed.
We believe all Atlanta residents should be able to access the great jobs at the airport.
We know how hard it is to navigate all the airport chaos, which is why we created a simple 5-step plan to help people find the best way to get to work.
Here’s how it works:
- Get your 5-step plan.
- Review the steps, which come to you as text or email messages (you pick which one)… one per day for five days.
- Celebrate knowing every trip to work is relaxing and rewarding.
Aero is a program of the ATL Airport Community Improvement Districts.
So, get your 5-step plan today so you can stop wasting money and worrying about getting to work on time and instead arrive at work every day with that confident smile that shows the world you are crushing your trip to work.
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