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Parking Perks in time for Christmas





Media Alert Wednesday, 28th November 2012

Parking Perks in time for Christmas

Parking in the central city is now cheaper and easier for Christmas shoppers. Avoid the mad rush of malls, and come in and shop for those unique Christmas gifts only the city can offer.

Take your time to enjoy the BIG little City and its great retail outlets or make the most of one of the many events or attractions on this Christmas.

Park for just $2 per hour evenings and weekends in the Victoria Street, Downtown and the Civic parking buildings. Plus, there is on-street parking from just $1 an hour during off-peak times.

For more information, head to www.biglittlecity.co.nz/parking

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