UPDATE: Wynn Resorts has announced that they will also charge for parking at Wynn Las Vegas and Encore.
It appears that paid parking will soon be the new norm in Las Vegas.
Caesars Entertainment has announced on its website that it will start to charge valet parking fees at select Las Vegas hotels on Dec. 19, 2016.
Beginning in early 2017, select hotels owned by Caesars in Las Vegas will also begin charging for self-parking.
According to the website, the change is based on developments in the Las Vegas market and is consistent with Caesars Entertainment properties in other cities.
MGM Resorts International ruffled quite a few feathers when they announced in early 2016 that they would begin charging. Some people were so upset that they started a petition on Change.org.
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MGM later agreed to not charge Nevada resident for parking until the end of the year.
Parking at Caesars properties will remain free for locals with proper identification and Total Rewards loyalty members rated Platinum and above.
The first properties that will charge for parking will be The LINQ and Harrah's. Caesars Palace, Harrah's, Flamingo, Bally's and Paris Las Vegas will get new parking guidance systems to help guests find open spots.
Parking at the Rio hotel-casino, which is not located on the Las Vegas Strip, will remain free for everyone.
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