Discussion in 'Misc. Vegas Chat' started by gambit78, May 5, 2012.
is it still there in carnival court, or is the whole court gone?
Assume it's gone, they have torn up most of the area for the Linq construction. It was between the Starbucks and the Giardelli's, both of which are currently closed.
Check the Harrah's high limit for the fee-free ATM. I haven't personally used it, but others have reported about it.
FWIW, most ATMs are only $3-5 fees. Just take out a couple hundred to cover several days and the fees are pretty small.
Casino royale is still $1 per transaction.
It is still at Carnival Court. It is a stand alone unit between the concession stand and the temporary construction walkway to IP.
Being a US Bank customer, I paid the $4 Wells Fargo fee plus a 2.50 Harrah's fee. I did not see the Harrah's fee disclosed anywhere during my transaction one week ago, but found it deducted from my account while looking online.
Are you sure that wasn't your banks fee for using a foreign ATM? (not owned by your bank). I haven't encountered any other fees in LV other than the one disclosed at the ATM. I don't get a fee from my bank so I would notice another additional fee if charged on the machines/proprietors end.
042912plustermharrah/casino Slas Vegas Nvus1 $2.50
Could be from my bank. Without calling and asking, how can I tell?
Probably isn't a way - You can check your banks website -they should have account disclosures/ATM fee disclosures on it stating any fees for each type of checking account they offer. Each bank can also determine when the the customer receives the fee. They can do it at time of transaction or at the 'end' of your monthly statement cycle. We choose to do it on statement drop day & there is one fee for all accumulated withdrawals that cycle (the machine surcharges such as the ATMs own fee are part of the original withdrawal amount). The way we do it can actually be harder to figure out if a customer calls & says, well I was charged $6 - why? We have to go back & scan thru all the ATM w/d's & figure out which were at our locations & which were not & then add them up. But some customers make SO MANY wd's it would be a total mess on their statement if the fees were individual.
Here appear to be the pricing disclosures for Idaho (and many other states):
You have to get down to page 5 out of 6 where it does say:
Non-U.S. Bank ATM Transaction1
(including withdrawals, balance inquiries,
denied transactions, funds transfers, and deposits) $2.50
And I'm telling you - that is NOT easy to find on their website!!! Every other area says 'non U.S. Bank ATM fees may apply' but never say what they are.
it's pretty brutal to get hit with a $5 ATM fee and then another fee from your own bank on top of that. but that's what the job of the banks is - make us all poorer!
Try a community bank shifter. We are not the devil. Trust me. As far as community banks go your post is TOTAL B.S.
It was out in the court, almost standing alone, a couple weeks ago.
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