These are all Caesar Properties if you are a Diamond Member and above in the Total Rewards Program the cost is $0. If not this is what you will pay.

The Cromwell, Paris, Bally's, Flamingo, Harrah's, the Linq

Self-parking: 1-4 hours is $9; 4-24 hours is $12; more than 24 hours is $12 for each additional day

Valet parking: Up to 4 hours is $15; 4-24 hours is $20; more than 24 hours is $20 for each additional day

Caesars Palace

Self-parking: 1-4 hours is $12; 4-24 hours is $15; more than 24 hours is $15 for each additional day

Valet parking: Up to 4 hours is $18; 4-24 hours is $23; more than 24 hours is $23 for each additional day

Planet Hollywood: Shopping at the Miracle Mile Shops doesn’t require parking fees, nor does spending an afternoon at Planet Hollywood. Located in the heart of the Strip, the free garage is also an ideal place to park for free before an afternoon or nighttime walk down Las Vegas Boulevard

These are MGM properties and if you are a Pearl Member or higher with M Life you pay $0. If not you pay the below.

Luxor, Excalibur

Self-parking: 1-2 hours is $6; 2-4 hours is $8; 4-24 hours is $10; more than 24 hours is $10 is for each additional day

Valet parking: Up to 2 hours is $12; 2-4 hours is $14; 4-24 hours is $16; more than 24 hours is $16 for each additional day

Bellagio, Aria

Self-parking: 1-2 hours is $9; 2-4 hours is $15; 4-24 hours is $18; more than 24 hours is $18 for each additional day

Valet parking: Up to 2 hours is $21; 2-4 hours is $24; 4-24 hours is $30; over 24 hours is $30 for each additional day

MGM Grand, Mandalay Bay, the Mirage, Park MGM (Monte Carlo), New York-New York

Self-parking: 1-2 hours is $9; 2-4 hours is $12; 4-24 hours is $15; more than 24 hours is $15 for each additional day

Valet parking: Up to 2 hours is $16; 2-4 hours is $18; 4-24 hours is $24; more than 24 hours is $24 for each additional day

Circus Circus: MGM’s northernmost Strip property also allows free self-parking, the casino chain’s only resort on Las Vegas Boulevard to do so. MGM spokeswoman Mary Hynes said the infrastructure of Circus Circus’ self-parking facility prevented the company from making parking “upgrades and improvements,” so it decided not to charge visitors for parking.


Wynn Las Vegas, Encore


Self-parking: 1-2 hours is $7; 2-4 hours is $12; 4-24 hours is $15; more than 24 hours is $15 for each additional day

Valet parking: Up to 4 hours is $15; 4-24 hours is $20; over 24 hours is $20 for each additional day

Free parking

Venetian and Palazzo: Located in the center of the Strip, Las Vegas Sands properties still offer complimentary parking. A hotel spokesman said guests of the hotel have preferred access to the two resorts’ garage, but the public is also invited to park when the garages are not full.

SLS Las Vegas: This northernmost property conveniently has a monorail stop, making transportation to the heart of Las Vegas Boulevard quick and simple. Spokeswoman Michelle Huntzinger called SLS’s decision to keep free parking “a special, value-added touch” that enhances

Tropicana: Perhaps the best “free parking” location for events at T-Mobile Arena or the myriad MGM properties in the area, the Tropicana still allows Strip-goers — even those not staying at the resort — to park their cars on site.

Treasure Island: Spokeswoman Michelle Knoll said in honoring the hospitality of the Las Vegas Strip, Phil Ruffin’s casino remains a free-parking property. Knoll said Treasure Island does not plan to begin charging for parking “anytime soon.”

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