Where can you still park for free on the Vegas Strip?

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It was in 2016 when MGM began to charge tourists for parking at any of their hotel properties. MGM Grand, Mandalay Bay, Excalibur, Luxor, New York-New York, CityCenter’s Aria and Vdara, Bellagio and the Mirage all began charging. MGM did allow locals to park for free for a brief period, but now charges everyone a parking fee based on how many hours they keep their car in the parking garage. It was not long after MGM implemented parking costs that Caesars Entertainment began to charge for parking as well. Caesars Palace, Paris, Bally’s, The Cromwell, Harrah’s and The Flamingo all charge for parking. Caesars Entertainment currently allows Nevada residents to park for free for 24 hours in their garages. In 2017 the Wynn and Encore hotels began charging for self-parking as well after beginning to charge for valet parking in 2016. Parking fees are waived at MGM properties and Caesars Entertainment properties for players who gamble enough money to have a high level M Life or Total Rewards card.

As far as Las Vegas hotels that still offer free parking, you do still have some options on Las Vegas Blvd. The Tropicana Hotel, Treasure Island, The Venetian-Palazzo, the SLS Hotel, the Stratosphere Hotel and the Fashion Show Mall all currently have free parking. None of these resort properties have announced plans to begin charging for parking in 2018 or any time soon, and some are even using it as part of their marketing efforts to attracts more visitors to their hotels.

Circus Circus Hotel charges for valet parking, but not for self-parking. Planet Hollywood currently does not charge for self-parking because the property shares its parking garage with the Miracle Mile Shops. The off strip properties of Rio and The Palms do not charge for parking either.

It was not pleasant news to many locals and tourists when the mega resorts on Las Vegas Blvd. began to charge people for parking at their venues. Vegas had always been known for a great tourist destination that did not charge for parking. Those times are obviously over, but you can still park for free in certain areas on the strip.

Where can you still park for free on the Vegas Strip?

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