Game-changing move does away with free parking on the Strip.
LAS VEGAS — The Las Vegas Strip’s largest hotel-casino operator has officially started charging for parking.
MGM Resorts International’s game-changing move to end the long-held entitlement in Sin City began rolling out on Monday.
The Aria, Vdara, New York-New York, Monte Carlo, Excalibur, Luxor and Circus Circus resorts now have fees to park on site.
MGM Grand and Bellagio will join the list on Wednesday, and the Mandalay Bay, Delano and The Mirage will be on board on Monday.
Most Read Life Stories
- Sunday Best: Emily Blunt, Iman are among the fashion winners from 2021 Met Gala
- Rant & Rave: Reader gives a lesson on the etiquette of waiting in line at Dick’s
- These Buffalo wings are an extra-crispy way to celebrate the American classic
- For a Jewish-style deli with 'big, ridiculous sandwiches' and great Ethiopian and Colombian eats, explore this Seattle neighborhood
- Ramona Quimby's Portland: A self-guided walking tour through sites in Beverly Cleary's books
The per-day fees range from $8 to $10 for self-parking and $13 to $18 for valet parking.
Nevadans will get a break through Dec. 29 with free-self parking for up to 24 hours. To get the benefit, drivers will have to scan their driver’s license at the gate.