Empark, the Iberian leader in parking, offers the first hour of parking in 56 of its parks nationwide until next May 22, as a way to support the population in this return to “new normality”.
Subordinated to the theme “because we are going to miss hours, we offer one”, the campaign translates into the offer of the first hour of parking in all the parks of the Empark network, even in the best known ones, such as Restauradores, Camões and Saldanha in Lisbon , or Dom João I and Brasilia in Porto, with the exception of a few third-party parks managed by the company, and applies to all rotation customers whether via ticket, Via Verde or the App Telpark.
Just enter a park to immediately enjoy the offer campaign for the first hour without limit of uses.
In the first phase, the campaign does not distinguish means of payment, but in a second phase, the offer of the first hour will be available to anyone using the Telpark application (www.telpark.com) to park their vehicle.
In this way, Empark is associated with the national effort to return to the new normality, making life easier for citizens who need to use their vehicle to travel to the city center and there to be able to make their purchases or purchase services hitherto closed or with limited access. , aware that the population will use the individual vehicle more to the detriment of public transport.
The Telpark App is free and available on the Apple Store and the Google Play store for downloading.
Simultaneously with the current campaign offering one hour of parking, holders of the Telpark App who use a Mastercard credit card as a means of payment, enjoy an extra 40% discount on all parking uses, whether in road operations public (aka parcómetros) or in the car parks where that application is available.
This campaign has an Iberian coverage and will also apply to Empark car parks in Spain as soon as this country leaves the state of social confinement to which it is currently obliged by the covid-19 virus.
In the coming weeks, the company will offer its customers flexible parking solutions, in order to meet the needs of drivers, especially the “new drivers” who now avoid public transport.