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Seahawk Playoff Fans Score Parking Discount at Sea-Tea Airport to Connect with Light Rail


Half price, or $2 per hour, in Terminal Direct

(Seattle - January 6, 2011) - Seattle Seahawk fans can score a half price parking discount for Saturday's playoff game at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. The 50% parking discount at the Terminal Direct level of the airport parking garage will allow Seahawk fans to "Score a Touchdown With Terminal Direct" and take Link Light Rail downtown. This extends the promotion offered season long for Seahawk home games at Qwest Field.

Terminal Direct parking at Sea-Tac Airport offers the most convenient access to the airport terminal and quick connection to Link Light Rail. You'll park on the 4th floor of the airport garage, an easy walk to the pedestrian bridge leading to the SeaTac/Airport station.

For Saturday's playoff game, customers parking in Terminal Direct will enjoy a $2 per hour rate, 50% off the regular rate. The discount period begins at 11 a.m., two and a half hours before game time, and you get the chance to see the Seahawks without the hassle of downtown parking.  Discounted parking is available for up to eight hours and will automatically be credited at the special rate when you exit the airport parking garage. A minimum stay of 3 hours is required and you must park in Terminal Direct.

Catch Link Light Rail on the Terminal Direct parking level and travel to the Stadium or International District Stations, where you're an easy walk to Qwest Field.  The airport's Terminal Direct parking is a perfect way to make the connection to Link Light Rail and stay out of the traffic hassles on game days.

Fans riding Link to the game can skip any post-game ticket lines by purchasing a round trip ticket ahead of time or by using an ORCA card from any ticket vending machine before boarding. The round trip fare from SeaTac/Airport station on Link Light Rail to the Stadium station is $5.

About Seattle-Tacoma International Airport
Operated by the Port of Seattle, Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA, KSEA) is ranked as the 17th largest U.S. airport, serving more than 32.1 million passengers in 2008. With a regional economic impact of more than $13.2 billion in business revenue, Sea-Tac generates more than 161,000 jobs (89,902 direct jobs) representing more than $2.2 billion in direct earnings and $412.4 million in state and local taxes. Twenty-eight airlines serve 76 non-stop domestic destinations and 22 international cities.

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