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Las Vegas Strip Parking Guide – Where to Park on the Las Vegas Strip

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Las Vegas Strip Parking GuideLas Vegas Strip Parking – Pretty Abundant

Las Vegas Strip parking and navigating the traffic on the strip may at first make you feel as if you were in a challenging live video game. But actually, Las Vegas has abundant free and low-cost parking structures compared, say, to New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and every other major city in the country and perhaps around the world. It’s just a matter of knowing where the parking structures are located and how to navigate them.

Las Vegas Strip Parking – Quick Guide

Here’s a quick Las Vegas Strip parking guide. MGM resorts and Caesar’s Entertainment, which represent the majority of large casinos in Las Vegas, charge reasonable parking fees, many of the other casinos have free parking. See the parking fees below.

Every casino in Las Vegas has a parking area. Most parking structures are located behind the casino, though many also have parking structure entrance drives located at the front of the casino. Most have good signage. You will find self-parking and valet parking.

Navigating Las Vegas Strip Parking Structures

Have your credit card and ID available. You may be asked to show your ID at the entrance of the parking structure. Take a ticket at the parking entrance. Be sure to keep the ticket in a place you can easily find it. I like to navigate to the upper floors of the parking structure where it’s easier to park close to the elevator vs. parking on the lower floors where you have to walk through aisles and aisles of parked cars while dodging moving vehicles as you try to locate the elevator. Once you’re in the elevator, no matter which floor you’re on, you get to the casino level just as quickly.

Exiting Las Vegas Strip Parking Structures

Remember to write the area where your car is parked (i.e. 5-E) on the ticket. The last thing you’re going to remember at the end of a long night full of entertainment and distraction is the location of your car! As you’re leaving the casino, most often before you enter the elevator, look for a parking ticket kiosk. Most casinos have one. Credit cards and cash are normally accepted. After you’ve paid at the kiosk, keep your parking ticket handy. You may need to submit it at the exit gate of the parking structure.

Las Vegas Strip Parking GuideQuick Las Vegas Strip Parking Tip

Park in one of the free parking structures listed below and walk the strip!

Accident In a Las Vegas Strip Parking Structure?

If you get into an accident in a Las Vegas Strip parking structure, either in your car or as a pedestrian…

Call Paul Padda Law Immediately
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Free Self-Parking in Las Vegas

The casinos listed below had free self-parking as of the writing of this article. However, it’s good to check as most casino parking in Las Vegas was free until 2017 (at least for local residents).

  • Circus Circus
  • Palazzo
  • SLS Las Vegas Hotel and Casino
  • Stratosphere (actually located a good distance North of the strip)
  • Treasure Island
  • Tropicana
  • Venetian

Las Vegas Strip Parking GuideParking Fees in Las Vegas Strip Parking Structures

In all cases, prices may vary a few dollars based on the casino. Prices will occasionally change, so be prepared. Be sure not to confuse the employee parking area with public parking area in the structure. The fees listed below are for the public parking areas. All bets are off if you inadvertently park in the employee parking area.

MGM Resorts Parking

Casinos included: Aria, Bellagio, Delano, Excalibur, Mandalay Bay, MGM Grand, Monte Carlo, New York-New York, The Mirage, Vdara

Self-Parking:
0 to 60 Minutes: FREE
1 to 2 hours: $9
2 to 4 hours: $15
4 to 24 hours: $18
Lost Ticket Fee: $30

Valet Parking:
0 to 2 hours: $21
2 to 4 hours: $24
4 to 24 hours: $30

M Life Rewards Members with Pearl status or higher will not be charged for self-parking; Gold status or higher will not be charged for Valet parking.

Caesars Entertainment Parking

Casinos included: Flamingo, Harrah’s, Paris/Ballys, Planet Hollywood, The Cromwell, The LINQ,

1 to 4 hours: $9
4 to 24 hours: $20

Caesars Palace

Self Parking
1 to 4 hours: $12
4 to 24 hours: $15

Valet:
1 to 4 hours: $18
4 to 24 hours: $23

The Cosmopolitan

Self Parking:
0 to 1 hour: Free
1 to 4 hours: $7
4 to 24 hours: $10

Valet Parking:
0 to 4 hours: $13
4 to 24 hours: $18

Wynn

Self Parking:
1 to 2 houea: $7
2 to 4 hours: $12
4 – 24 hours: $15

Valet Parking:
0 to 4 hours: $15
4 to 24 hours: $20

Conclusion

With a little pre-planning your parking experience in a Las Vegas strip parking structure will go without a hitch, leaving you free to enjoy a night of fun dining and entertainment.

Remember…

If you get into an accident in a Las Vegas Strip parking structure, either in your car or as a pedestrian…

Call Paul Padda Law Immediately
(702) 366-1888

You’ll need an experienced advocate on your side. Paul Padda Law will help you through the injury recovery process physically, financially and emotionally.


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