One of Las Vegas’ once-standard perks is disappearing, with more casinos announcing they are eliminating free parking.
To attract would-be gamblers, Las Vegas casinos have long decided it’s more profitable to charge for parking than to offer it for free.of The Venetian and Palazzo recently announced self-parking For non-hotel guests, the first four hours cost $15. Parking for more than 4 hours will be $18 per hour. There is a $23 per day fee for parking Friday through Sunday. Self-parking is $18 per day for registered guests of the hotel. on friday, Wynn and Encore Las Vegas Starting in late September, self-parking for non-hotel guests will be $20 per day (the first four hours will remain free).
according to casino.org, there are currently only a handful of spots left that offer free self-parking to visitors. Among them are Tropicana, Treasure Island, Circus Circus, Casino Royale, Sahara, and several other shopping malls.
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