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This property is not right on the Las Vegas strip, per se but still close enough to the strip where you may walk. Groupon Getaways have a deal where $31 per night gets you a stay for two, with $10 dining and $10 beverage credits. Dates into August. Kids 12 or younger stay free. Add $28 daily resort fee, which is imposed by the hotel.

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Thank you for adding the Resort Fee in the title very helpful when you're searching for hotel deals
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Those resort fees are a joke for most travelers. Just another way for them to grab more $ like the airlines with their added fuel surcharge and luggage fee. Added those years ago and they're still there today.
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Those resort fees are a joke for most travelers. Just another way for them to grab more $ like the airlines with their added fuel surcharge and luggage fee. Added those years ago and they're still there today.
Not to mention that most hotels on the strip and even downtown now charge daily parking between $10-$15 on top of the resort fee!
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reminiscing about the good old days when parking was free, steak and eggs was 99 cents, and rooms were cheaper than the resort fee
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Not to mention that most hotels on the strip and even downtown now charge daily parking between $10-$15 on top of the resort fee!

Free parking at these properties:
SLS, Venetian/Palazzo, Circus Circus, Fashion Show Mall, Treasure island, Planet Hollywood, Tropicana

ETA: Also Hooters and Westgate (off-strip) have free parking as pointed out by DOWNBYTHESEASIDE
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Pretty soon you'll see $1 a night rooms with $50 resort fees.
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On a side note they have all you can eat snow crab on Friday nights for about $20. It's only snow crab that's ayce.
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Free parking at these properties:
SLS, Venetian/Palazzo, Circus Circus, Fashion Show Mall, Treasure island, Planet Hollywood, Tropicana
Yup, and that's just about it. Even downtown hotels like Mainstreet, The Cal, Golden Nugget, etc. all charge these days. It all started when MGM and sister properties started charging around 2 years ago.
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Gotta pay for that new Raiders stadium.
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Some Vegas hotels will waive the resort fee if asked when the deal is purchased through Groupon. Read the small prints it sometime says " optional resort fees" that's a huge saving.
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Meh... Typical teaser rate for Sun-Thur night. Weekends are $100+
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Free parking at these properties:
SLS, Venetian/Palazzo, Circus Circus, Fashion Show Mall, Treasure island, Planet Hollywood, Tropicana
You can also add Hooters and Westgate (when no major convention in town).
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Yup, and that's just about it. Even downtown hotels like Mainstreet, The Cal, Golden Nugget, etc. all charge these days. It all started when MGM and sister properties started charging around 2 years ago.
The way I park free in downtown is I park in the Grand parking garage. I then eat at Pizza Rocks (Happy Hour Pizza is $4-5). They validate your ticket for free parking.I figured I will at least get some decent pizza instead of paying the parking garage $10.
Binions also validates for eating in the casino, but the food is not that great,
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tuscany is not a bad place, stayed there a couple years back but if you get a room in the back, seems like it adds a block to your walk to the strip.

resort fees are a joke, helps hotels get around sharing revenue with all the hotel sites that help sell their rooms. At least they show the fees nowadays up front, sometimes hidden a long time ago.

Vegas seems like it has lost it's luster for many here in Chicago area where I'm from, don't know many who ever go there anymore. Gambling is everywhere now and vegas isn't the cheap thrill it once was, not to mention some things about the city are a turnoff, the homeless on sidewalks last I went was a real problem, and now they legalized pot which probably didn't attract additional visitors (users could get that pretty easily I'm guessing in the past anyways?) but turned off some of us non-users. I just go there for the poker action, leave fairly quick after I play a few tournaments.

thanks OP for posting
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