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Cheaper parking for football fans this season

 Published on: 29th July 2019   |   By: Amelie Gregory   |   Category: Watford FC

Watford FC fans will be able to park up on the cheap before home games this season.

Leading car parking operator, CitiPark, has announced that it will once again be teaming up with Watford FC to offer fans discounted parking on home matchdays.

Launching in time for the start of the new season on Saturday, August 10, CitiPark will once again be offering an exclusive 25 per cent saving on the price of parking at CitiPark’s Church, Gade and Sutton car parks.

Fans are required to register for the offer by going to CitiPark’s website, where they will then be sent their discounted parking permit which will grant them access to the car park at the reduced parking rate on match days. If you already have a discounted parking permit from last season, you do not need to reapply or renew; your existing permit is still valid.

Dave Messenger, supporter liaison officer, said: “We are delighted with the success of the promotion that we ran with CitiPark in the last year, they provide much-needed parking for our fans on match days, so we’re thrilled to see this offer continue into its second full season.”

John Gautrey, chief operating officer at CitiPark and Director at Watford BID, said: “Since ‘kicking off’ our partnership in 2018, we’re pleased to announce we’ve seen significant interest from Watford FC fans and the wider public.

“The offer not only cuts parking costs for fans but also proves successful in driving footfall and increasing dwell time in Watford High Street. It’s great to see initiatives such as our partnership with Watford FC having a wider positive impact in the local market.”

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