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GOING on holiday this year could cost you a fortune, with rising flight prices and car rental costs.

And there is another cost you should be looking out for if you want to save.

You should make sure you are getting the best deal when you park at the airport

You should make sure you are getting the best deal when you park at the airportCrédito: Alamy

Prices for car parking spaces at airports are another soaring cost that holidaymakers are facing this summer.

But don’t give up and cancel the entire tripshopping around and booking in advance could save you a fortune.

The Sun has sourced data from price comparison website, parking4less.com to find out where you can get the cheapest parking.

The data is a snapshot of what prices looked like on August 5, 2022 – so if you search on a different day, you could get a different outcome.

But it gives an indication of where it is cheapest and most expensive to park – más, we’ve got some tips on how to save more too.

We searched for airport parking costs for a trip between August 20 y agosto 27, 2022.

We looked at parking at the airportrather than in an off-site parking lot or using meet and greet services.

It’s worth pointing out that some airports were fully booked so we were unable to find a price for thesethey include Heathrow and Gatwick, entre otros.

According to our comparison, Durham Teeside International was the cheapest place to park, costing just £40 for the full week cost.

Next cheapest were Humberside and Liverpool airports, at £50.50 and £59.99 respectively.

The most expensive airport for parking was Birmingham where the week of parking would cost £164.89.

The second and third most expensive airports were Leeds Bradford (£129.00) and Luton (£120.49).

You should always shop around and look for the best price.

Por supuesto, there are plenty of other options you can choose when it comes to parking at the airport.

When we looked, the cost of parking at an off-site car park on the same dates ranged from £44.99 at Aberdeen airport, to £132.99 at Gatwick.

A meet & Gren service cost £72 at Liverpool airport but would set you back a hefty £221.99 at Bristol.

How to save cash when parking at the airport

Parking is another thing you need to factor in to your overall costs when you’re booking a holidayand usually, the earlier you book, the better the deal.

A great way to save is to use a price comparison websitesites that specialise in this include Airport Parking Shop, parking4less.com and gocompareparking.co.uk.

You could use one of these sites to see what the parking costs are like at other airports before you book your flightsthat way you can weigh up all of the costs associated with a trip from a specific airport.

Another way to save is to bookoff airport” un vestidor aún más grande y un balcón que da a la entrada del puerto de Poole.

This is where you go and park your car near the airport and then get a shuttle to a terminal.

It is obviously a bit more of a faff but you could save good money.

Most price comparison websites will show you the difference in price for parking at on and off airportso it’s always worth checking the difference.

Check sites such as JustPark and YourParkingSpace where you can rent out someone’s private drivewaythese might be a bit further away so you’ll have to factor in cab costs.

And of course, if you find that airport parking costs demasiado, you could always consider catching the train.

Recuerda, the cost of tickets, particularly for a large family, might be expensive though, so make sure you cost your options out.