You Can Win Free Stuff by Using the Fashion Centre at Pentagon City’s New Valet Parking Service

You Can Win Free Stuff by Using the Fashion Centre at Pentagon City’s New Valet Parking Service
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The Fashion Centre at Pentagon City is currently undergoing a 50,000 square-foot expansion and renovation, bringing new entrances, a revamped food court, and cosmetic upgrades throughout the mall. To go along with the center’s design improvements, they also launched a new weekend valet parking service in June.

The service—which runs at the Hayes Street entrance—costs $5 on top of the regular parking fees, but if trying to park your car at the mall is your least favorite thing ever, the additional cost may be well worth it. And on weekends throughout the month of July, The Fashion Centre at Pentagon City is providing visitors with extra incentives to hand over their keys. Every weekend in July, shoppers who valet park their car may return to it to find one of 100 giveaways on their passenger seat waiting for them.

The giveaways vary by weekend. For Friday, July 1 through Sunday, July 3, the center is giving away 100 mini American flags. While that’s not the most exciting prize of all time, they’re also offering free valet for Independence Day weekend to shoppers who pull up in red, white, and blue apparel. The weekend of July 8 through 10, the center plans to surprise 100 lucky drivers with Starbucks gift cards. The July 15 through 17 weekend will feature travel kits, while July 22 through July 24 and July 29 through 31 will also involve free Starbucks gift cards.

Valet parking is available 10 AM to midnight Fridays and Saturdays and 11 AM to 9 PM on Sundays. The service can be accessed at 1100 S. Hayes Street, Arlington.

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Caroline Cunningham joined Washingtonian in 2014 after moving to the DC area from Cincinnati, where she interned and freelanced for Cincinnati Magazine and worked in content marketing. She currently resides in College Park.