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Buried in an email today with existing Chase benefits on my Reserve card was what I believe is a new benefit for off-airport parking.

If you have one of quite a few Chase cards, you can register for the following benefits at theParkingSpot:

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  • 20% off your first reservation
  • Enough comped points for one free day of parking
  • Complimentary Platinum Status for 2 years.

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The eligible Chase credit cards are:

It’s certainly interesting that they seem to include only the legacy United credit card and Southwest credit card but exclude the current ones.

I don’t do much airport parking, but assume this will be useful for many.

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