There is a silver lining on the many negative effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the world of gambling. Free parking goes back to most Las Vegas Strip properties.
According to a report from USA Today, MGM Resorts announced that when Las Vegas casinos reopen, parking fees, which have been in place at Strip locations since January 2016, will be fully lifted.
“MGM Resorts is updating many of our offerings as we prepare to welcome return guests, and that includes implementing free parking,” the company said in a statement visit WadukPkv.
There is still no word on when the Las Vegas casino will reopen. The final word from Governor Steve Sisolak is that the casino will not open at the start of the first phase of the reopening plan, which launches on May 9.
USA Today also reports that when MGM qualifies to open a casino, the companies will do so as a group. Instead of opening all the properties at once, it will open several properties at once and gradually open up its entire property portfolio. The first two to open their doors were Bellagio and New York-New York.
Caesars Entertainment and MGM are the only two gambling operators to charge parking fees in Las Vegas, but the two companies make up the majority of the Las Vegas Strip. Caesars has yet to make an announcement whether its parking fee will be lifted as well.
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