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Parking Fees for Las Vegas Resorts on The Strip and How To Avoid Them

26 29 January 10, 2018 at 04:44 PM in Travel & Vacations (2)
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Caesars Entertainment
• Free for Total Rewards Platinum, Diamond, and Seven Stars cardholders
• Free for Total Rewards Visa Card holders
• Registered hotel guests that pay for daily parking in their hotel bill will have unlimited in-and-out access to all Caesars Entertainment hotels

The Cromwell, Paris, Bally's, Flamingo, Harrah's, Planet Hollywood, and The Linq
Self-Parking – Up to 60 minutes=Free, 1 to 4 hours=$7, 4 to 24 hours=$10
Valet Parking – Up to 4 hours=$13, 4 to 24 hours=$18

Caesars Palace
Self-Parking – 1 to 4 hours=$10, 4 to 24 hours=$12
Valet Parking – 1 to 4 hours=$15, 4 to 24 hours=$20

Rio
All parking is free.



MGM Resorts
• Free for M Life Rewards Pearl, Gold, Platinum and NOIR cardholders (Pearl only receives free self-parking, not valet)
• Free self-parking for M Life Rewards Mastercard holders
• Registered hotel guests that pay for daily parking in their hotel bill will have unlimited in-and-out access to all MGM Resort hotels

Bellagio, Aria, and Vdara
(Vdara has valet parking only. Self-parking is at Aria.)
Self-Parking – Up to 60 minutes=Free, 1 to 2 hours=$7, 2 to 4 hours=$12, 4 to 24 hours=$15
Valet Parking – Up to 4 hours=$20, 4 to 24 hours=$25

MGM Grand, Mandalay Bay, Mirage, New York-New York, and Delano
(Delano has valet parking only. Self-parking is at Mandalay Bay.)
Self-Parking – Up to 60 minutes=Free, 1 to 2 hours=$7, 2 to 4 hours=$10, 4 to 24 hours=$12
Valet Parking – Up to 4 hours=$15, 4 to 24 hours=$20


Monte Carlo, Luxor, Excalibur, and Circus Circus
(Circus Circus charges for valet parking only. Self-parking is free.)
Self-Parking – Up to 60 minutes=Free, 1 to 2 hours=$5, 2 to 4 hours=$8, 4 to 24 hours=10
Valet Parking – Up to 4 hours=$10, 4 to 24 hours=$15

Other Resorts on The Strip

Wynn and Encore
Self-Parking – Up to 60 minutes=Free, 1 to 2 hours=$7, 2 to 4 hours=$12, 4 to 24 hours=$15
Valet Parking – Up to 4 hours=$15, 4 to 24 hours=$20

The Cosmopolitan
Free parking for Identity Rewards Sterling, Gold, and Platinum Members (Sterling only receives free self-parking)
Self-Parking – Up to 60 minutes=Free, 1 to 4 hours=$7, 4 to 24 hours=$10
Valet Parking – Up to 4 hours=$13, 4 to 24 hours=$18

Venetian and Palazzo
All parking is free.

Treasure Island
All parking is free.


Attached is a picture of a typical kiosk at the valet area of a Caesars Entertainment casino. You scan your valet ticket, then your rewards club card if you have one (if you are a Platinum level or higher, parking is complimentary and it will say that your car is on its way), then your credit card, then it will issue you a receipt.

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Good info. Repped.
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Tropicana is free too
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Our group is going in 3 cars due to our schedules. Is it possible to have 2 cars park for a weekend at Rio/TI/Venetian/Palazzo for free, and have the other car be our transportation to/from the hotel we'll be staying at? Anyone do this recently w/o getting towed/ticketed?
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Thanks OP, any advice on how to get show tickets like Cirque soleil cheapest? From what I have gathered over the internet waitl till day of show and a few hours before and try the ticket booths on the strip?
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shops at crystal, fashion show and other shopping centers are they free parking
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come blow all ur cash AND we make you pay 2 park . . .

what a great feeling . . .
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Our group is going in 3 cars due to our schedules. Is it possible to have 2 cars park for a weekend at Rio/TI/Venetian/Palazzo for free, and have the other car be our transportation to/from the hotel we'll be staying at? Anyone do this recently w/o getting towed/ticketed?
Absolutely. Those free parking structures are open to everyone and I regularly leave a car parked for a week at a time. In fact, when I go to Vegas, I typically just park my car for the entire duration of the trip because it's easier and faster to either walk or take Uber or Lyft (unless you're planning a trip to Hoover Dam or Old Town or something far away).

I'd suggest that you all use your 1 hour complimentary parking to check in, get your bags to your room, then all park at the nearest free parking area, and either walk/Uber/Lyft back. Also good to note, the Rio has free shuttles that run to Harrah's and Bally's every half hour. So you could park out there, then take the shuttle back to the strip.
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Thanks OP, any advice on how to get show tickets like Cirque soleil cheapest? From what I have gathered over the internet waitl till day of show and a few hours before and try the ticket booths on the strip?
I just bought tickets last trip at one of the Tix4Tonight booths on the strip to see a Cirque show. It's a pretty good deal, but make sure you check the Cirque website as they've had some pretty great deals running lately.
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I just bought tickets last trip at one of the Tix4Tonight booths on the strip to see a Cirque show. It's a pretty good deal, but make sure you check the Cirque website as they've had some pretty great deals running lately.
Thanks how much was a ticket I'll be there on a Tuesday and Wednesday so should be cheaper than weekend.
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Thanks how much was a ticket I'll be there on a Tuesday and Wednesday so should be cheaper than weekend.
It depends on the show you want to see, but I'd say between $65 and $95. I've seen many of the shows and all of the major shows are excellent. Plus the auditoriums are set up to really make every seat in the house a good seat, so I wouldn't pay too much more for a "premium" zone.
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shops at crystal, fashion show and other shopping centers are they free parking
Parking at Fashion Show is free. I looked up the Miracle Mile shops and it says that it's free, but since that is actually inside of the Planet Hollywood, that would be an option to park there as well. I'll have to investigate.

The Crystal shops is probably pretty hard. You could park at the Miracle Mile shops and walk across the street, but other than that, I think you'll have to pay. Your first hour would be free, of course.
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Thanks how much was a ticket I'll be there on a Tuesday and Wednesday so should be cheaper than weekend.
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It depends on the show you want to see, but I'd say between $65 and $95. I've seen many of the shows and all of the major shows are excellent. Plus the auditoriums are set up to really make every seat in the house a good seat, so I wouldn't pay too much more for a "premium" zone.
I've seen them all...not a bad seat in the house. Take the cheapest seat ALWAYS.
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Where is the delete button?
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Ok Ive been to Vegas twice and everytime we went we rented a car. My tip for the best and low cost parking is to keep some $5.00 bills on you and Valet everywhere you go. Plus do alot of walking and ride the tram.
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