Caesars ends free self-parking for some at Vegas properties

Picture of the Las Vegas Strip, showing the Paris, Planet Hollywood, Treasure Island, Trump Tower, Ballys, The Mirage, and Caesars Palace. Jan 15 2016. (Phillip Moyer | KSNV)

Some of Caesars Entertainment's properties in Las Vegas are joining the growing list of hotel-casinos on the Strip that have stopped offering free parking.

Caesars Palace will begin charging customers on Monday. Patrons of the Linq Hotel began paying to self-park last week, while Paris Las Vegas and Bally's will begin charging customers Thursday.

The per-day fees at Caesars Palace range from $7 to $10 for self-parking and $13 to $18 for valet parking.

Nevadans are exempt from self-parking fees at the company's properties. To get the benefit, drivers will have to scan their driver's license at the gate.

Self-parking and valet options will remain free for some members of the company's loyalty club.

Hotel-casinos on the Strip started imposing parking fees last year, ending the long-held entitlement in Vegas.

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