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MGM Resorts announced June 6 as the day it will begin charging for parking at its Las Vegas Strip pr

buckwild

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MGM Resorts announced June 6 as the day it will begin charging for parking at its Las Vegas Strip properties.

As explained on its website dedicated to parking, MGM Resorts states self-parking will be charged for vehicles that park at properties for more than an hour. The company also stated parking charges vary by property:

For Bellagio, Aria, MGM Grand, Mandalay Bay, Mirage, New York-New York properties:

  • 0 to 60 minutes: No charge;
  • 1 to 4 hours: $7;
  • 4 to 24 hours: $10;
  • Over 24 hours: $10, each additional day.
For Monte Carlo, Luxor, Excalibur properties:

  • 0 to 60 minutes: No charge;
  • 1 to 4 hours: $5;
  • 4 to 24 hours: $8;
  • Over 24 hours: $8, each additional day.
In addition, MGM Resorts will charge for valet parking with prices varying by property:

For Bellagio, Aria, Vdara, MGM Grand, Mandalay Bay, Delano, Mirage, New York-New York properties:

  • 0 to 4 hours: $13;
  • 4 to 24 hours: $18;
  • Over 24 hours: $18, each additional day.
For Monte Carlo, Luxor, Excalibur, Circus Circus properties:

  • 0 to 4 hours: $8;
  • 4 to 24 hours: $13;
  • Over 24 hours: $13, each additional day.
The company stated parking fees maybe higher for special events, such as New Year's Eve.

MGM Resorts is holding off on charging locals through at least the end of the year. According to its website, guests with a valid Nevada driver's license can enjoy complimentary self-parking for up to 24 hours. The offer will extend through Dec. 29. The comped entry does not apply to special events and valet parking.



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John Bitting

Administrator
MGM Resorts announced June 6 as the day it will begin charging for parking at its Las Vegas Strip properties.

As explained on its website dedicated to parking, MGM Resorts states self-parking will be charged for vehicles that park at properties for more than an hour. The company also stated parking charges vary by property:

For Bellagio, Aria, MGM Grand, Mandalay Bay, Mirage, New York-New York properties:

  • 0 to 60 minutes: No charge;
  • 1 to 4 hours: $7;
  • 4 to 24 hours: $10;
  • Over 24 hours: $10, each additional day.
For Monte Carlo, Luxor, Excalibur properties:

  • 0 to 60 minutes: No charge;
  • 1 to 4 hours: $5;
  • 4 to 24 hours: $8;
  • Over 24 hours: $8, each additional day.
In addition, MGM Resorts will charge for valet parking with prices varying by property:

For Bellagio, Aria, Vdara, MGM Grand, Mandalay Bay, Delano, Mirage, New York-New York properties:

  • 0 to 4 hours: $13;
  • 4 to 24 hours: $18;
  • Over 24 hours: $18, each additional day.
For Monte Carlo, Luxor, Excalibur, Circus Circus properties:

  • 0 to 4 hours: $8;
  • 4 to 24 hours: $13;
  • Over 24 hours: $13, each additional day.
The company stated parking fees maybe higher for special events, such as New Year's Eve.

MGM Resorts is holding off on charging locals through at least the end of the year. According to its website, guests with a valid Nevada driver's license can enjoy complimentary self-parking for up to 24 hours. The offer will extend through Dec. 29. The comped entry does not apply to special events and valet parking.



Read more: Vegas Strip MGM casinos to start paid parking on June 6
It was only a matter of time, its been nice all of these years not paying for parking, anywhere we go from San Diego to Hawaii overnight parking is $30. Sucks but what can we do, just add it to the budget. Probably will have room deals that include the parking. We shall see.
 

y2kbaja

Well-Known Member
I have an issue with a "resort fee" and now parking? I looked up staying at Monte Carlo, you can have a lounge chair held at the pool for you...for $20.
 

John Bitting

Administrator
I have an issue with a "resort fee" and now parking? I looked up staying at Monte Carlo, you can have a lounge chair held at the pool for you...for $20.
Good point, the resort fee is over $30 a day, so what is that covering if you pay for parking now. Thats dumb about the pool chair. Oh well we only go for racing these days.
 

Slippery P

Well-Known Member
Good point, the resort fee is over $30 a day, so what is that covering if you pay for parking now. Thats dumb about the pool chair. Oh well we only go for racing these days.
Our resort fee seemed like it only covered the 2 "complimentary" bottles of water that we in the room when we arrived.
 

Mark Newhan

Well-Known Member
With multi billion dollar properties, you can't blame them. Vegas isn't like the old days with $3.99 prime rib and comped rooms for a $1000 jackpot.

Just like everything in our world, everything is more and more complicated and more expensive.
 

ProfessionalPitMan

Well-Known Member
Good point, the resort fee is over $30 a day, so what is that covering if you pay for parking now. Thats dumb about the pool chair. Oh well we only go for racing these days.
Resort fees don't cover internet, towels at the pool, and now parking? So what does a resort fee pay for?? What a bummer. Makes deciding where to stay in Vegas a little easier.

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DailyPedal

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Excalibur was also charging to park...plus Excalibur, Tropicana, new York new York and MGM grand were all playing games with escalators and elevators down or hampering travel to other casinos...Vegas no longer tourist friendly....

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