Parking fees at Vegas Strip casinos are relatively new. MGM Resorts was the first casino operator to change for parking on the Vegas Strip. In 2016, they began charging for both self-parking and valet at Aria, Bellagio, Excalibur, Luxor, Mandalay Bay, The Mirage, MGM Grand, Monte Carlo, and New York-New York. Self-parking was and is still free at Circus Circus but there’s a valet parking fee..
 
Less than a year after parking fees were implemented at MGM Resorts properties the company increased all of the parking fees. Other casino operators on the Vegas Strip followed MGM Resorts’ lead and started to charge for parking. Wynn and Encore started charging for valet parking almost immediately. Self-parking at both Wynn and Encore is currently free.

 
Caesars Entertainment is rolling out parking fees at Bally’s, Caesars Palace, The Cromwell, Flamingo, Harrah’s, The Linq, Paris Las Vegas, and Planet Hollywood. Rio isn’t located on the Vegas Strip and doesn’t have a parking fee. The Cosmopolitan also charges for both valet and self-parking.
 
More than ¾ of the casinos on the Vegas Strip charge for parking. You can find free parking on the Vegas Strip at Casino Royale, The Palazzo, Stratosphere, SLS Las Vegas, Tropicana, and The Venetian. Casinos that are just off the Vegas Strip like Hooters and Lucky Dragon don’t charge for parking either.
 
Each casino operator has different fees and a different fee structure. Here’ an overview of how much you’ll pay to park at the various casinos on the Vegas Strip. Later I’ll share tips on how to avoid paying to park on the Vegas Strip.
 
Caesars Entertainment
 
Bally’s, Caesars Palace, The Cromwell, Paris, Planet Hollywood (valet fee only)
Self: 0-1 hour – free, 1-4 hours – $7, every 24 hour period – $10
Valet: 0-4 hours – $13, every 24 hour period – $18
 
Flamingo Las Vegas, Harrah’s Las Vegas, The LINQ
Self: 0-1 hour – free, 1-4 hours – $5, every 24 hour period – $8
Valet: 0-4 hours – $8, every 24 hour period – $13
 
MGM Resorts
 
Excalibur, Luxor, Monte Carlo, Circus Circus (valet fee only)
Self: 0-1 hour – free, 1-2 hours – $5, 2-4 hours – $8, every 24 hour period – $10
Valet: 0-4 hours – $10, every 24 hour period – $15
 
Mandalay Bay & Delano (valet only), MGM Grand, The Mirage, New York-New York
Self: 0-1 hour – free, 1-2 hours – $7, 2-4 hours – $10, every 24 hour period – $12
Valet: 0-4 hours – $15, every 24 hour period – $20
 
Aria, Bellagio, Vdara (valet only)
Self: 0-1 hour – free, 1-2 hours – $7, 2-4 hours – $12, every 24 hour period – $15
Valet: 0-4 hours – $20, every 24 hour period – $25
 
Cosmopolitan
Self: 0-1 hour – free, 1-4 hours – $7, every 24 hour period – $10
Valet: 0-4 hours – $13, every 24 hour period – $18
 
Wynn, Encore
Valet: 4 hours – $13, every 24 hour period – $18
 
Some of the casinos that charge for parking also offer complimentary parking to their higher tier loyalty club members. You can gain a higher tier status at a players club by spending enough money or by signing up for the respective players club. Note, that complimentary parking is based on availability.
 
Caesars Entertainment (Total Rewards players club)

  • Complimentary self-parking and valet are for Platinum, Diamond and Seven Stars levels.
  • Nevada residents can self-park for free for up to 24 hours
  • Sign up for Total Rewards credit card for Platinum status. Visit Total Rewards for more information.

MGM Resorts (M Life Rewards players club)

  • Complimentary Self Parking for Pearl, Gold, Platinum and NOIR Members
  • Complimentary Valet Parking for Gold, Platinum and NOIR Members
  • Sign up for the M Life Rewards credit card for Pearl status. Visit M Life Rewards for more information.

Cosmopolitan (Identity players club)

  • Complimentary self-parking is complimentary for Sterling status or higher.
  • Complimentary valet parking is complimentary for Gold status or higher.
  • Visit the Identity page at cosmopolitanlasvegas.com for more information.

 

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