How to Save Money on Your Atlanta Market Trip


Choosing to attend Market is an investment in your business. We have tools and resources to help you make the most of your time, but we acknowledge that cost can be a factor when deciding whether or not to attend. So we pulled together some tips for a more budget-friendly experience.



Save on Parking

Atlanta Market provides multiple options for free or discounted parking during Market. Click here for information including lots and rates. On weekdays during Market you can also park for free at our sister property, ADAC, and take the free shuttle to and from campus.



Save on Transportation

  • Take advantage of free shuttle service between the AmericasMart campus and most official hotels outside walking distance. We also offer complimentary shuttle service between AmericasMart and the Atlanta Decorative Arts Center (ADAC) and a complimentary airport shuttle for departures. Click here for routes and additional information.
  • MARTA, Atlanta’s rapid rail system, takes you straight from the Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport terminal to Peachtree Center Station/AmericasMart Atlanta and to many hotels and attractions throughout the city, including Downtown, Midtown, Buckhead and Dunwoody. It’s a safe, stress-free option for getting downtown.


Save on Lodging

  • We’ve negotiated the best rates at key hotels in Downtown, Midtown and Buckhead. Book with our official travel partner, OnPeak to secure your stay. Get started here.
  • Consider renting a place through Airbnb or VRBO for your stay. You likely won’t have to pay for overnight parking and you can stock up on groceries for meals instead of dining out.



Save on Food

  • Pick up a copy of the Event Guide at Registration when you arrive on campus for a list of free amenities (think coffee, snacks, cocktails & desserts) at Market. Many showrooms also offer complimentary food and beverages so don’t hesitate to ask.
  • If your lodging includes a refrigerator (or a full kitchen!), stock up on snacks and meals at the grocery store. You’ll find healthier options and save money. 
    • Publix: 595 Piedmont Ave. ot 950 W Peachtree St.
    • Whole Foods: 22 14th St. NW
    • Trader Joe's: 931 Monroe Dr.
  • Atlanta has an amazing restaurant scene. But you don’t have to break the bank to enjoy a good meal. Here are a few delicious and affordable options:


The Hub at Peachtree Center

225 Peachtree St. NW (across from Building 1)

A full food court experience including Chick-fi-A, Willy’s, Dairy Queen, Gus’ World Famous Fried Chicken (around the back) and much more.


Taqueria del Sol

1200 Howell Mill Road (and other locations)

Don’t let the line deter you – it moves quickly and is worth the wait.


Silver Skillet

200 14th St. NW

If you’re looking for a hearty Southern breakfast to get you through a day at Market, this is the place.



600 Ponce De Leon Ave NE

Two words: Jerk Chicken. This Atlanta landmark is nothing fancy, but the meat-and-three style menu has been a staple for decades.


Hankook Takorea

1341 Collier Rd NW

Specializing in Korean BBQ tacos, but don’t miss out on the Sesame Fries.



Multiple Locations

You can’t go wrong with a salad and a slice from this Atlanta favorite.


Fat Matt’s Rib Shack

1811 Piedmont Ave

Cure your craving for a taste of barbecue and all the sides.


The Krog District

This food hall and surrounding area offers something for everyone. A few of our favorites are Bell Street Burritos and Fred’s Meat & Bread.


Lee’s Bakery

4005 Buford Hwy NE

Order a Banh Mi and Pho to go and you’re set for the night.


Rosa’s Pizza

62 Broad St. NW

If you don’t mind adding a few more steps to your day, head a few blocks south for two slices and a drink for lunch.

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