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Free parking downtown?

Discussion in 'Getting There & Getting Around' started by Smileyvu, Jun 12, 2019.

  1. Smileyvu

    Smileyvu Tourist

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    Any Fremont casino offer free parking for 2-3hr cause im staying on the strip and heading downtown.
     
  2. Don the Dentist

    Don the Dentist LV resident

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    4Q has free parking as long as you are gambling or eating there. Get your parking ticket stamped.
     
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  3. jimboguy

    jimboguy My sloppy joe is all sloppy and no joe.

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    The Las Vegas Advisor website has a list of parking and associated fees for parking on the strip, off-strip, and downtown here:
    https://www.lasvegasadvisor.com/parking-fees/

    Four Queens seems to be absent from the list, but Don the Dentist is right on about how to get free parking there.
     
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    ernestoc33 Low-Roller

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    Binions has a huge structure and you park for free with validation. You just need to play there a little bit or eat at the restaurants.
     
  5. bnlphan

    bnlphan Degenerate In Training

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    We always Valet at MSS its free unless that has changed since Sept.
     
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  6. ernestoc33

    ernestoc33 Low-Roller

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    Pretty much any Boyd property will let you park for free. Fremont prefers guests only because they have such a small garage.
     
  7. rhinoman7

    rhinoman7 Innocent Bystander

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    In December, I valet parked at the Golden Gate for free. Of course, this was during the week. Maybe they charge on the weekends?
     
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    You probably need to elaborate on that. Is that using the valet?

    MSS and the Cal have gates to enter their parking structures. You have to take a ticket. You can get them validated by playing a certain amount or eating at one of their restaurants or you get free parking if you are sapphire card or better. Other than that you probably have to pay to park there. There is a certain grace period but I think it's probably 15 or 30 minutes - 1 hour tops where parking is free.


    Be aware, there is a open lot next to the MSS parking structure - under the freeway that parking is free but during regular hours it is probably filled.
     
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  9. vegasvp

    vegasvp Low-Roller

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    This is accurate.
     
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  10. LvBlitzforce

    LvBlitzforce Low-Roller

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    I always park at binions, i just put a 100 or whatever amount in a slot, pull out the tito without playing, then go find the slot attendant walking around and have them stamp it. Always has worked so far no fuss at all id say about 20+ times now. Sometimes if its really busy and packed ill have a dollar with the tito to tip them but thats pretty rare.