We bet you already hated airports. The bumper-to-bumper traffic on the ride there, the overpriced, mediocre food, the endless security checks, the terminals teeming with tourists. The list goes on and on.
But if you wanted another reason to be annoyed AF on your next trip home—JFK, LaGuardia, and Newark airports are all among the top 10 most expensive in the country, at least according to research from RewardExpert.
JFK, LaGuardia, and Newark airports are all among the top 10 most expensive in the country!
Based on their research, Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey lead the list of offenders, with outgoing fares averaging $429.80, no free wi-fi, and not a single low-priced dining option in sight!
John F Kennedy International Airport in Queens wasn't much better, coming in at number 2 on the list with an average domestic fare of $396.10, a 5$ fee for using their AirTrain or an 18$ daily parking charge, and a comparable lack of decent dining options for your dollar.
Finally, LaGuardia Airport, also in Queens, came in at 10. Fares will have out about $329.20, wi-fi runs you a 5$ charge, and the per day parking rate is a jaw-dropping $59.
UGHHHHHH. It's freaking triple jeopardy over here!
But as soul-draining and wallet-draining as it may be, there's still no city we'd rather be flying in and out of then our dear old NYC.
We'll all be rich and famous soon anywayz, right?[via RewardExpert] [Feature Image Courtesy Instagram]