Premium Parking Now Available at Disney Springs

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Disney Springs ParkingIf you are looking to park at Disney Springs, you now have a brand new option, though it will come at a cost. Two new “Preferred Lots” have been introduced. For only $10 Guests can conveniently park in either the Lemon lot (near World of Disney on the Marketplace side) or Grapefruit Lot (on the West Side.)

Parking is still available for free in both the Orange and Lime garages, as well as the Watermelon and Strawberry surface lots.

In addition, Disney is currently building a third garage located across from Disney Springs near the Casting and Speedway parking lot that will add approximately 2,000 additional parking spaces for the area.

The Walt Disney World theme parks recently rolled out preferred parking which is currently a $20 upcharge, in addition to regular parking fees.


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5 thoughts on “Premium Parking Now Available at Disney Springs

  • June 2, 2017 at 9:14 pm

    *whoopee cushion sound*

  • June 3, 2017 at 9:53 am

    Yes, Disney, keep upselling anything that doesn’t upsell you first. I’m sure this cheapo way of monetizing everything had no impact on the attendance figures that fell last year.

    • June 4, 2017 at 9:33 pm

      Attendance it’s not the figure of importance. It’s revenue, and more importantly profit. I.e. the profit on each $ of revenue is important.

      Is that down?

      I’m not a fan of the premium parking. But I would be okay with just an end to all the construction.

      In a bigger frustration…. I don’t like the exclusive bus lanes.

      • June 8, 2017 at 3:06 am

        Whats wrong with the bus lanes?, they were no issue last time I was there, and we passed them regularly as we were at Beach Club

      • June 11, 2017 at 9:46 am

        There’s nothing wrong generally.

        But for the impatient, it can be difficult waiting at the light at buena Vista and bonnet creek and see about 10 buses now getting in front of you or turning on bonnet creek.

        And if Disney has accommodated the bus, but basically wants car visitors to sit in traffic instead of more lanes for everyone, then that’s also slightly annoying.

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