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Mall of Cyprus to start charging for parking

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Τhe Mall of Cyprus will charge motorists for using the parking spaces on its premises from September 1, according to a statement released on Monday.

Visitors will be allowed two hours of free parking from their arrival time at the mall.

But the customers’ cars licence plate numbers and time of arrival will be recorded by an electronic system as soon as they enter the parking area.

If they stay longer than two hours, the payable amount will automatically be calculated and displayed on the payment terminal located at the exits of the parking lot.

The system will be paperless, so only credit and debit cards will be accepted as valid payment methods.

The charge will be €1.50 for up to three hours, €2 for up to four hours, €2.50 for up to five hours and €3 for up to six hours.

Customers parking their cars for over six hours will be charged €15.

If you are going to the Cineplex you will still get free parking. And, if you are visiting Ikea you will get an extra hour of free parking if you spend at least €10.

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