- Only 2 resorts still offer free valet parking to everyone, regardless of loyalty program status – TI and Sahara.
- Caesars Entertainment and MGM Resorts properties offer free valet to players who have earned status within their loyalty programs.
When in Vegas, everyone wants to feel like a high roller. Part of that experience for many is pulling up to the front door of a sprawling mega-resort, handing off your car keys, and allowing someone else to do the dirty work of parking your car.
With the perk disappearing at more and more resorts, I thought it would be helpful to point out where you can still enjoy free valet parking.
Free Valet Parking On The Strip
TI: Free valet parking is free for both hotel guests and casino guests and is available 24 hours per day under the main porte-cochere.
Sahara: Free valet parking is offered at each of Sahara’s entrances (on the Strip & Paradise Road).
Resorts Offering Free Valet Parking to Some
MGM Resorts Properties: Members of the MGM Rewards loyalty program who have obtained Gold, Platinum, or Noir status are entitled to free valet parking at resorts on the Strip.
Resorts part of the MGM family include Mandalay Bay, Excalibur, Luxor, MGM Grand, New York New York, Aria, Park MGM, and Bellagio.
Before showing up, I recommend double-checking MGM’s parking policy at your preferred resort.
Caesars Entertainment Properties: Free valet parking is offered for Caesars Rewards members who have earned Platinum status and above at every property but Cromwell, which requires Diamond status.
Properties that only require Platinum status include Horseshoe, Flamingo, Caesars Palace, Harrah’s, Paris, LINQ, and Planet Hollywood.
Before parking, I’d recommend double-checking the parking policy at your preferred Caesars resort here.
Cosmopolitan: Valet parking at Cosmopolitan is available only to Identity loyalty program members who have earned Gold status or higher.
While free valet parking is slowly disappearing, there are still an ever-shrinking number of resorts that offer it – Good luck at the tables!
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