Here are the country’s cheapest airports to park at — and where rideshares and transit are better bets

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There are fun expenses that come with any vacation you're flying off to — that souvenir t-shirt, a fancy dinner or even a poolside cabana rental — but forking over a fortune to park your car at your home airport while you're away isn't one of them.Travelers departing major U.S. airports can often expect to pay hefty hourly and daily rates at on-site airport lots and even nearby private ones, according to Alex Miller, founder and CEO of travel website Upgraded Points."Airport parking prices, lately, have been quite crazy," Miller said. Upgraded Points has found, for example, that the average daily rate at Boston's Logan International Airport is a whopping $21.76 — the highest in the country. "Airport parking can sometimes be very, very expensive, and the charges add up quickly."More from Personal Finance:Here's why you probably need to insure your next vacationNew apps match travelers with trips that fit budget, points balancesVaccine passports gain traction among travel
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