Parking is something that Las Vegas casinos have historically offered guests as a free perk. After all, if someone parks at your property they’re likely to gamble, stay for dinner, see a show, and ultimately spend more money. Unfortunately, though, more and more resorts are hopping on the paid parking bandwagon, making free parking on the Strip harder to find.
Why a casino would decide to put their guests on a timer, essentially rushing them off their property with paid hourly parking fees is beyond us. But we digress.
We thought it would be helpful to build and maintain an updated list of casinos that offer Free Parking on the Las Vegas Strip. After all, it’s no fun to start your night down money before ever playing a hand of blackjack.
Free Parking On The Las Vegas Strip
Other Strip Casinos That Offer Free Parking… Sometimes:
Caesars Entertainment: Although all CET properties have re-instituted paid parking, you can still park for free if you are a Nevada resident, hotel guest, or have obtained Platinum status or greater within the Caesars Rewards loyalty program. Parking is also free for those that exit the ramp within an hour.
MGM Resorts: Parking at MGM Resorts properties is free for Nevada residents and those that have earned Pearl status or higher in the M life loyalty program. Note that M life Mastercard holders receive an automatic upgrade to Pearl status. Parking for under an hour is also always free at all MGM properties. Unlike Caesars, MGM currently charges resort guests for parking.
Cosmopolitan: Recently, Cosmo announced that parking will be included in the resort fee for hotel guests. Non-guests will still have to pony up.
Las Vegas Strip Shopping Centers That Offer Free Parking
|Fashion Show Mall|
Additionally, if you don’t mind a bit of inconvenience the following casino properties offer free parking and have a free shuttle to the Strip.
|Casinos Offering Free Parking and Strip Shuttle|
|Green Valley Ranch|
We are hopeful that resort operators wake up to the reality that paid parking is pushing their customers off property faster than they would typically leave if they weren’t on a timer. One benefit of reduced demand caused by the public health crisis of 2020 could potentially be a reduction of fees to include those to park. That would be a welcome adjustment.