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Caesars Entertainment to start charging for parking again Oct. 30 for some

Posted at 10:54 AM, Oct 14, 2020

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — The following information was released this morning regarding changes to Caesars Entertainment self-parking policy.

Caesars Entertainment announced an updated plan for its self-parking policy, intended to improve the overall guest experience at its seven reopened Las Vegas properties. Self-parking will remain free for Nevada residents with valid identification, registered hotel guests, and Caesars Rewards loyalty members rated Platinum and above.

Beginning Oct. 30, all other guests will be charged to self-park at Caesars Palace, Paris Las Vegas, Bally’s Las Vegas, Flamingo Las Vegas, The LINQ Hotel + Experience and Harrah’s Las Vegas. Caesars Entertainment will donate all parking fee profits collected to several charitable organizations who support Caesars team members and local communities in need, through the end of the first quarter in 2021.

“With this updated self-parking policy, we intend to take care of our best customers – locals, hotel guests and loyal Caesars Rewards members – and provide them with ease and better access to our Las Vegas properties as they continue to stay and play with us,” said Tom Reeg, CEO of Caesars Entertainment, Inc. “We are pleased to give back by donating all parking fee profits collected to charitable organizations in the local community and helping our team members impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.”

Self-parking rates will apply to all other guests – excluding Nevada residents, registered hotel guests and Platinum and above Caesars Rewards loyalty members rated Platinum and above – starting Oct. 30, 2020 at seven of the Company’s Las Vegas properties. All guests who enter Caesars self-parking garages are afforded a 60-minute grace period before parking rates apply. Self-parking at Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino will remain free for all guests.

For detailed information on this pricing structure, including answers to frequently asked questions, please visit www.caesars.com/parking.

Most hotel-casinos in Las Vegas began charging for parking in 2017, which upset many locals. However, parking has been free at hotel-casinos since they were forced to close down because of the pandemic.

It is not known at this time if any of the other properties will also begin charging.