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may
13

No Longer Free To Park At Several Las Vegas Casinos

Tags: Las Vegas, MGM Resorts International, parking.
Posted on Friday, May 13, 2016 by "T".

MGM Resorts International, one of the world's largest casino operators, will soon start charging for self-parking at its casinos in Las Vegas, including Mirage, Bellagio, Aria, Monte Carlo, Mandalay Bay, MGM Grand.

Prices for parking will vary from casino to casino and special events might have higher parking rates. However, Nevada residents don't have to pay for self-parking until after 24 hours and all guests park for free the the first hour.

Here's some more information on the new parking fees:

Registered Hotel Guests
• Your parking fee provides you with in-out privileges within the same parking type (self or valet) across all

MGM Resorts destinations (subject to availability)
• Use your room key to access all parking facilities until 11:59 p.m. on the day of check out
• Parking may be conveniently charged to your room bill

Short-Term Visitors
• For all guests: Your first hour in self-parking is free*
• For expedited exit, keep your parking ticket with you and pay at kiosk prior to returning to your vehicle

M life Rewards Members
• Self-parking is complimentary* for Pearl, Gold, Platinum and NOIR M life Rewards Members
• Valet-parking is complimentary* for Gold, Platinum and NOIR M life Rewards Members
• Scan your qualifying M life card for entry and exit (you do not need to take a ticket)

Nevada Residents
• Self-parking up to 24 hours is complimentary* for guests with a valid Nevada driver's license until 12/29/2016
• Scan your valid Nevada Driver's License for entry and exit (you do not need to take a ticket)
• Not applicable during special event pricing and does not apply to valet-parking

*Subject to availability

 


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15 comments for "No Longer Free To Park At Several Las Vegas Casinos"

 pochui5/13/2016 5:47:36 PM GMT
no. just no! i already planned a visit to las vegas and somehow gathered a 10K " Play'n lose" fund by setting aside dollar by dollar from booze, i even sacrificed alcohol quality and went for the cheapest product taking into account "price to getting drunk" ratio... and now this... fcuk vegas, i will not pay parking, fcuk you parking introducing maniacs... you will not see pochui's 10K
 Tony_MON7ANA5/13/2016 8:20:20 PM GMT
Times are changing in Vegas.
Gambling revenue has not been growing like before and now accounts for only 30% of total tourist revenue. Instead, hotel, food and beverage, live entertainment, convention space usage and soon parking are driving revenue growth in Vegas.
I think that most visitors are unlikely to alter vacation plans for a few dollars of parking cost savings, however, MGM's paid parking plans could drive out-of-state visitors/tourists to rival casinos nearby.
 pinotte5/13/2016 10:36:31 PM GMT
You are right when the gambling revenue were the bread and butter of the casino and hotels you could have very nice room in top hotels for not much money compare to any other places around the world.

This is not the case anymore and now you have to pay for everything you get in Vegas but IMO parking fees is a little bit to much. Aww crap! Aww crap!
 bowie19845/14/2016 12:40:33 AM GMT
Posted by Tony_MON7ANA:
I think that most visitors are unlikely to alter vacation plans for a few dollars of parking cost savings, however, MGM's paid parking plans could drive out-of-state visitors/tourists to rival casinos nearby.

Yeah, but the mentioned casinos are all on the Strip, right? So it should be easier to reach them by walking than to drive over.
 Tony_MON7ANA5/14/2016 1:13:54 AM GMT
Some people just don't like walking even for 5 to 10 minutes. I always drove myself or used a cab.
 demodawggy5/14/2016 2:39:18 AM GMT

... Big Smile< Well that should put a dent in the numbers of goo-filled spent condoms strewn about the underground parking lots there...!

... Big Smile< There's NOthing worse than slipping on one of those gd things and landing on aNOTHer...!!! Confused
 damosk5/14/2016 11:07:04 AM GMT
WHAT? Pay for parking? WHAT MORE? Pay for 'self' parking? What is the world coming to? People have to park their cars themselves and then have to pay for it? We may as well pay to 'non-self' park, (whatever that is) cos at least then you get a little extra for your money and don't have to worry about finding a space to squeeze into!
 dule-vu5/14/2016 1:45:39 PM GMT
Ha,ha,so funny news!like they dont earn enough,so they must charge parking spot!so you lose for example 100 000 $ and then when you go home to pay 20 $ (example) for parking to be able to leave casino and parking!so sick from them!
 tropical5/14/2016 1:59:43 PM GMT
Another meaningless article.
No one cares about parking fees.
Free or not gamblers dont give AF.
Business in vegas will continue as usual.
people travel from all over the world to sin city spending 1000s of dollars along the way.
Do you think they will get deterred by a parking fee. LOL
 bowie19845/15/2016 12:40:33 AM GMT
Posted by tropical:
Business in vegas will continue as usual.
people travel from all over the world to sin city spending 1000s of dollars along the way.
Do you think they will get deterred by a parking fee. LOL

No. But I also think the parking fee is just the first thing in a long list of things which were one-time free in there and now it's not.
If business is really thriving in Vegas then this changing agenda is definitely not sending the right message.
 doubletop7775/15/2016 8:14:22 AM GMT
It is does seem a bit petty that they charge you for parking when you, will more than likely, will be giving them a lot of money from losing at the tables. I wonder if this will affect their business in any way
 dule-vu5/15/2016 2:01:36 PM GMT
ofcourse people will still come at vegas and will play at casino,but how this big companies want more money and want to make more profit on small things,like they dont make enough on all other things!its funny what they doing!
 Tony_MON7ANA5/15/2016 8:54:26 PM GMT
It could also be one of the additional security measures Las Vegas casinos (citywide) are planning to implement.
There was a nasty incident that began with a fight between two women and four men on the third floor of the parking garage for the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood in February 2016. There were numerous murders occurred in the parking lot or just outside the exit in recent years.
 bowie19845/16/2016 12:45:12 AM GMT
Well, they should have HD cameras/security staff everywhere already in these casino parking lots for their own sake and not because crime became rampant to the point that it could hurt their business.
But then again, the visitors already payed for this with all those chips they've lost at the tables so getting them paying again is really just a bit petty as doubletop777 mentioned above.
 Tony_MON7ANA5/16/2016 1:13:27 AM GMT
I clearly stated "one of the additional security measures" didn't I?
When was the last time you were in Vegas?

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