Starting on June 1

Parking fees returning at MGM Resorts hotels on Vegas Strip

In June, all MGM Resorts properties in Las Vegas will have paid parking and valet parking.
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The move by MGM Resorts International has led to the end of free parking after the epidemic-related casino closes.

MGM Resorts, that operates Bellagio, New York-New York, The Mirage and several other properties on the Las Vegas Strip, will start charging for self parking again in June.

In a statement on Tuesday, the company indicated an economic recovery and a growing number of guests.

MGM Resorts said paid parking will resume with the Vegas Golden Knights playoff games at T-Mobile Arena and Park MGM will have shows and events. 

Event parking fees will apply in New York – New York, Aria, MGM Grand, Excalibur, Luxor, and Mandalay Bay. Resort parking fees can range from $ 15 to $ 18 per day.

Valet parking will return to all properties by June 1, and MGM Resorts will provide free self-parking for three hours to local residents.

Las Vegas Review-Journal report Free parking continues at Virgin Hotel Las Vegas, Treasure Island, Circus Circus, Sahara Las Vegas, The Strat, The Tropicana & Wynn Resorts Limited and Las Vegas Sands Corp properties.

Parking at Caesars Entertainment Resorts in Las Vegas is free for Nevada residents, and Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas said that this free parking will continue “at this time” on Monday.

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