This past Saturday, I was planning to go downtown to eat some ribs at Binion's, watch some college football, and do a little gambling. When I pulled up to the garage, a request was given for $30 to park. I said I was there to eat and gamble, but was told "they don't care, its still $30". I used to think the $10-20 for parking on the strip was insane, but they still accomodate gamblers (my diamond card gets me free parking at Caesars property anytime.....even holiday weekends). However, my group was not going to pay $30 just to park at Binions when we had no opportunity to make it back through credit for dining and gambling expenditures. When I reached out to Binion's regarding this, there suggestion was to call anytime I'm headed that way and they can tell me if there's a charge for parking. Sorry, but when a property values a $30 parking fee from someone just looking to use their garage over customers planning to show up with hundreds of dollars to eat to gamble, I'll just take my business somewhere else where it's appreciated. The value of downtown has weakened over the years but this was a new low point and I'm not sure when I'll go back if this is the way I'm going to be treated.