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Tuesday, January 3, 2017

FREE Parking!!!!!!!!

Parking was  free in Las Vegas until Caesar's Corporation decided to cash in on the free parking. If you are making plans, be prepared to possibly pay for parking in one of their properties.The best thing to do is just to take an Uber.









 Like most families that drive to Las Vegas will need a place park make sure budget that in you trip log.
  Caesars Entertainment Corporation  that it’s putting an end to free parking at eight of its nine properties in Sin City in favor of a a paid valet.

Every property besides the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino will now charge for parking for the  Linq, Harrah, Caesars Palace, The Cromwell, Paris, Planet Hollywood, Bally’s, and the Flamingo will start  the new policy in 2017.

“We believe that implementing a paid parking program while also investing in LED parking guidance systems will help address these issues,” said Bob Morse, President of Hospitality at Caesars Entertainment, in a statement.

If you’re a local resident with proper ID or a Total Rewards loyalty member with Platinum status or higher, you can still self-park for free. Platinum and above rewards members can also get complimentary valet services.

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