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Getting To and Around Dallas

Whether you've never been to Texas, or you're a native making the drive up I-35, you have lots of methods to get to the event. We have partnered with select airline and car rental companies to help you save on your trip to the PSP/Deck Expo. Discounts are available off published rates and based on availability, offering the most cost-efficient travel route to the show.  

Air Canada

Promotion Code: E7HET4D1

To book a flight with your promotion code, access and enter E7HET4D1 in the promotion code in the search panel for a 5-12% discount on eligible fares. 

  • 5% discounts will apply to standard fares
  • 10% flex fares & up for North America travel. 
  • 10% discounts apply on standard fares & up for International travel. 
  • 12% discounts apply to Business class fares (exception 5% on Business Class lowest for North America)


Promotion Code: NMUN5

Travel In or Between U.S. & Canada:

  • 2-10% Discount valid on Delta and applicable 

American Airlines

Promotion Code: 48N1BW

Travel In or Between U.S. & Canada:

  • 7% Discount

United Airlines

Promotion Code: ZJQR216848

Visit and enter ZJQR216848 in the Offer Code box to receive your discount.

  • MileagePlus members earn Premier Qualifying Dollars and miles for their travel
  • You may also call United Meeting Reservation Desk at (800) 426-1122 from Monday – Friday,  8:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.
    Eastern Time; or from Saturday – Sunday, 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Eastern Time 
  • Booking fees are waived for Meeting reservations
  • International customers may contact their local United Reservation Desk
  • Discount is 2-10% pending fare class purchased.

Hertz Rental Car

Promotion Code: 02YR0033

  • Use Convention Discount Code: 02YR0033

Dallas-Area Airports

Two major airports serve the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex: DFW and Love Field.


Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) welcomes travelers to Texas in a typical fashion.

With a tram circling the massive facility—and AT&T Stadium in clear view in the distance—DFW feels like a modern world. Here’s how you can enjoy the experience:

  • DFW is built for business travelers with its free wi-fi and wide selection of lounges. This is an airport where working while traveling is possible.
  • In such a large airport, you’ll exercise just by moving around. But if you want to do more than wander aimlessly, there is a walking path in Terminal D as well as a free yoga studio between Terminals B and D if you want to sneak in a workout.

Love Field

The smaller of the two area airports, Love Field serves Delta, Southwest, and Alaska Airlines. But with the sheer volume of travelers connecting through Dallas, it’s still busy. Don’t worry, though. Dallas-Love Field, which once served as the city’s primary airport, offers plenty of ways to unwind during your trip!

  • Love Field is the place for the arts. It features permanent and exhibitionary displays of local artists as well as live musical performances.
  • There’s a mix of local favorites—Whataburger, anyone?—and more upscale food and drink options at Love Field. 
  • CRÚ Food & Wine Bar is a palate-pleaser that’s worth your time.
  • If you promised to bring something back for your little ones and didn’t have time to shop, a stop at Creative Kidstuff is a must.

Getting Around the City

The massive Metroplex challenges all drivers. But if you keep these tips in mind, getting around Dallas isn’t too difficult.

1. Use Google Transit
Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) is connected to Google Transit. When you plug your location and destination into the app, it provides up to three travel itineraries that use public transportation.

2. Keep an open mind about DART
Speaking of DART, the city’s transit agency, give it a chance. It’s usually your cheapest option, and for that alone, it’s worth considering. Plus, the best way to get acclimated to a new city is often riding public transportation. 

3. Keep your rideshare app handy
Dallas ranks as the 25th most-walkable big city in the United States, which means people prefer getting around by car. So plan on your fair share of rides.

4. If you rent a car, leave it parked
If you prefer renting a car—because DFW is a fair distance from Downtown Dallas, it may be a cheaper option than taking a cab—keep it parked at your hotel. Dallas is tough to navigate even for the most experienced drivers.  

5. Ride scooters
November in Dallas is, for the most part - warm and pleasant. Get outside and hop on a rideshare scooter, which is a fun, inexpensive way to cover short distances.