Reserve guaranteed near airport parking here at On Air Parking starting at $6.49/day*!
This deal gets you parking at five star facilities near the ORD Chicago O'Hare Airport for a fraction of the cost. All parking reservations come with FREE parking cancellations and a FREE 24/7 shuttle service to get to and back from the airport.
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***Parking prices start at $6.49 per day. Holiday parking and extra inventory charges may apply***
PER UPDATED May 2021 rates: Parking at Chicago O'Hare Airport ORD hourly lot costs $2 for the first hour. Daily parking is $40 per day. Meanwhile, parking at Economy Lots E, F, G and H costs $17 per day, and International parking for $2 for the first hour. There is no monthly parking term at ORD.
These are the updated August 2019 airport parking rates per day at ORD. All lots, including the O'Hare parking garage, are currently open.
|Economy Lots (Lot E, Lot F, Lot G)||$2 for the First Hour||$4 for 1-2 Hours||$6 for 2-3 Hours||$8 for 3-4 Hours||$17 for 4-24 Hours Daily|
|Main Garage Hourly||$2 for the First Hour||$5 for 1-2 Hours||$8 for 2-3 Hours||$11 for 3-4 Hours||$74 for 9-24 Hours Daily|
|Main Garage Daily||$2 for the First Hour||$5 for 1-2 Hours||$8 for 2-3 Hours||$11 for 3-4 Hours||$40 for 9-24 Hours Daily|
|Daily Lot||$2 for the First Hour||$5 for 1-2 Hours||$8 for 2-3 Hours||$11 for 3-4 Hours||$40 for 9-24 Hours Daily|
|International||$2 for the First Hour||$5 for 1-2 Hours||$8 for 2-3 Hours||$11 for 3-4 Hours||$74 for 9-24 Hours Daily|
|Valet||$26 for Day 1 + $4 for First Hour||$26 for Day 1 + $8 for 1 -2 Hours||$26 for Day 1 + $12 for 2 - 3 Hours||$26 for Day 1 + $16 for 3 - 4 Hours||$61 for Day 1 + $61 for 9 - 23 Hours Daily|
Chicago O’Hare Airport ORD parking has become such an inconvenience that many travelers nowadays might prefer to take an Uber or Lyft regardless of parking lot rates, just to rid themselves the problem of figuring out parking at ORD daily economy parking lots.
As Chicago O'Hare Airport parking facility rates continue to increase — so does airport parking rates at other Chicago Airports and the parking rates at their airport parking lots. This is why On Air Parking has bargained for cheap Chicago O'Hare Airport ORD parking rates, including shuttle services, for you!
Unfortunately, not everyone has the luxury of spending their precious dollars on buses or ride sharing services and the expensive parking rates every single time they have to go to the Chicago O’Hare Airport, and so budget-conscious travelers might think of the ways with which they can get to the Chicago O’Hare Airport quickly and hassle-free WHILE saving money at the same time.
Among taking public transportation, ride sharing services, on airport parking, and off airport parking, we did all of the math for you, so you can see why On Air Parking's low rate for daily cheap airport parking and shuttle makes the most economical sense when you need parking at the Chicago O'Hare Airport.
What's the address of your parking lot?
You should receive an e-mail within 10 minutes with information of your purchase with the address and name of the airport parking facility at which you'll be parking. If it's hard to pull up the address on your GPS or maps, we suggest checking out our partner parking facilities’ website information (by Googling their name), or by calling their number provided in your parking reservation. Each facility will have a shuttle to take you to ORD.
What is your cancellation policy?
We appreciate you giving us a chance, and know this isn't how you're used to purchasing parking. That's why we offer free parking cancellations at any day, any time — no questions asked.
What are the rates for Chicago O'Hare Airport short term parking?
Short term parking is $2 for the first hour, then $3 per every hour thereafter.
Does Chicago O'Hare Airport offer free Parking?
Can Chicago O'Hare Airport parking be reserved?
Business travelers don't have to worry about the costs of daily airport parking at O'Hare as they don't pay out of their pocket. Our years in the business tell us that what they are most concerned about is convenience.
On Air Parking provides convenience by vetting and working with parking facilities that have a shuttle running every 5-10 minutes per day and at parking locations within 10 minutes from the airport — that's the same level of service business travelers can get with indoor valet parking, but at less than half the price! Now that's a business decision business travelers can take for the best interests of their company whenever they need parking at Chicago O’Hare International Airport.
Now when it comes to personal vacations at Chicago O’Hare Airport, the convenience of on airport parking will take a back seat for parking rates. Cost per day at the economy parking lots or other airport parking lots with a shuttle outside Chicago airports really matters for these travelers.
On Air Parking's competitive off airport parking rates for parking at O'Hare Airport is the best value you can find anywhere for off airport parking rates. Now those on personal travel can afford cheap Chicago Airport parking!
Imagine, with our off airport parking rates per day for Chicago Airport parking, you just drive from your home or hotels a short distance to your airport parking slot, get on the shuttle, then be on your merry way, and you get to keep more of your hard-earned dollars from the low rates to prepare for your next trip.
Parking rates near ORD doesn’t get cheaper than this! Purchase our off Chicago Airport parking deal now and say goodbye to expensive parking rates.
Do you need help with your parking reservation for the ORD Chicago O'Hare Airport? Please call us! Our traveler care team is here to assist you.
If you have to cancel your parking reservation for any reason, on any day, just contact us at 872-244-6126 from 9am to 7pm ET or email email@example.com. We’ll refund you and send your money back — no questions asked.
Thanks for your purchase! We’d love to hear how we can make parking near the Chicago O'Hare Airport easier for you, and how we can get you to ORD simpler and cheaper.
Sitting on the banks of Lake Michigan you will find the lively and prominent city of Chicago, home to some of America’s greatest sports teams, architecture and of course, the infamous deep dish pizza; but Chicago is also a mighty hub for travelers, with ORD ranking in the top ten of the world’s busiest airports year after year, and even hitting the top spot for many years previously.
In 1926 Chicago’s first airport called Midway opened, and quickly established itself as a major airport in the world, consequently, due to the high number of passengers using Midway airport, the government of the city soon realized that they would need to open another airport in the near future.
After World War 2 ended in 1945, a committee was organized per the Mayor of Chicago, Edward Kelly, whose purpose was the find the best site for the new airport. On the northwest side of Chicago, a plant that was being used as the assembly site for Douglas aircraft was top of the list; and given that the executives of Douglas decided to put all their focus on their assembly headquarters in California, and the plant already had runways, it was quickly agreed that this site was the perfect option.
For the next ten years, extensive work was done to the site, and in 1955 the airport was finally opened to commercial airlines. In the early years, the airport was not particularly popular, largely due to poor access from the highways and the airport’s facilities; however, over the next seven years the airport underwent many changes including the addition of three more terminals, one of which was specifically to be used as an international terminal, large parking areas, an expressway link from downtown Chicago to the airport, and an extra runway. These additions, coupled with the fact that there were now models of jetliners being used that were too wide for runways at Midway, but not at O’Hare, meant a hugely rapid increase in passenger numbers, and soon ORD became the busiest airport in the world within just a few years.
During the following years, the growth at O’Hare was steady both in passenger numbers, and with the airport itself. Various restaurants were added, taxiways were built to make plane maneuvers and turn around times quicker, a sixth runway was built, and in 1968 the airport served a record number of 30 million passengers.
By the mid-eighties, a fourth terminal was added, and a newly constructed and ultra-modern terminal one was opened by American Airlines; at this point, 50 million passengers were using ORD, but this didn’t slow anything down, year on year access and facilities were constantly improved, and all the while the city was constantly conscious of not causing too much noise pollution for local residents..
In 1989 a specified area was used for cargo planes which became the largest in the country, and to stay on top of the ever-increasing demand, terminal five was built in 1993, making a total of eight runways. Continuing until the present day, O’Hare has developed and upgraded countless facilities and amenities, always vying to make the experience passengers have to be the smoothest and most comfortable possible; O’Hare manages to have a seamless and organized schedule, despite now serving around 80 million passengers annually.
Chicago O’Hare Airport is named after Edward O’Hare, a flying ace, who served as a Lieutenant Commander in the United States Navy. O’Hare was the first Naval receiver of the Medal of Honor during the second world war, a medal that was presented to him due to his bravery while single-handedly fighting off nine enemy bombers who were trying to attack his aircraft carrier. Unfortunately, O’Hare died in 1943 while fighting Japanese bombers, but in 1949 a Chicago Tribune publisher put forward the idea to center the name the airport in his honor.
Normally, an airport will serve as the hub for one of the three major U.S Airlines, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, or United Airlines; ORD, however, serves for two, the first being American Airlines, and the second being United Airlines, who also have their headquarters in Chicago.
The site that O’Hare is built on was known as Orchard Place back when it was used as the Douglas assembly plant. When the city of Chicago overtook the space to start the renovations for a commercial airport, the name was changed to Orchard Field Airport; from this, the airport was given the code of ORD from the IATA (International Air Transport Association). Even though the airport underwent a name change in 1949, the IATA code was kept the same, making it one of the only airports in the world with a code that has no relevance to the airport or city name.
The list of airlines that fly out of ORD is quite an extensive one, but it includes most major airlines throughout the world, including European airlines such as British Airways, Aer Lingus, Lufthansa, Air France, and Norwegian; Asian airlines with Korean Air, Japan Airlines, Qatar Airways, and Etihad; and even lesser-known or less-used airlines like Air New Zealand, Air India, Aero Mexico, and Volaris Airlines; the full list of airlines can be found of O’Hare’s official website.
If you ever get the chance to use Chicago O’Hare Airport for something more than just a quick twenty minute layover, it is well worth getting there with a little (or a lot) extra time to spare, this airport has been made to meet every need you could ever have in an airport and more, and it is easy to waste away a few hours exploring the various terminals or using the state of the art facilities, such as partaking in a yoga session, getting in a quick gym work out, catch up on lost sleep at the airport hotel, or unwind before a long flight with spa treatment; ORD has been sure to make their airport an experience to remember.