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Hooters Jumps on Paid Parking News With Jab at Megaresorts and Free Beer

Discussion in 'Misc. Vegas Chat' started by Blonde_4_ever, Dec 3, 2016.

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  1. Blonde_4_ever

    Blonde_4_ever LasVegas4ever.com

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  2. BayouBengal

    BayouBengal VIP Whale

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    But this would require one to go to hooters. ☹️️
     
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  3. bubbakitty

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    You could park at MGM and walk across. Who'd know?
     
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    Some people would say that the promotion encourages drinking and driving, I am not one of them.:beer:
     
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    I learned something new from this. Caesars Entertainment and Wynn Las Vegas will soon charge for parking. I can see why Caesars will charge for parking since they were a way out instead of paying for parking at M Life properties. But The Wynn also? I guess my last strip crawl will be when I am there Dec 12 to 16 since it doesn't start until Dec.19.
     
  6. leo21

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    Wynn is only charging for valet. And they would charge for even more stuff we are accustomed to for free if they thought other casinos would follow suit.
     
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    This is getting ridiculous. What's next a fee to enter the casino. Opps I might have given them a new idea. As a fan of CET I was happy that they didn't change for parking like MGM. It seems like CET follows what MGM does. I still love Vegas and just booked airfare for April, but if the nickel & dimeing continue I'll look at other destinations like a cruise. Now I know that cruises nickel & dime you but that's always been the case. I guess if I book at a CET property I'll have to add parking fees to the cost of a room. The best offer I'm seeing so far is at Ballys for a king room in the Jubilee tower for 7 nights which 5 are comped. But the all in price is still about $550. The 2 paid nights plus resort fees and taxes. Now another $70 for parking. Still cheaper then most cities for 7 nights but not too long ago the all in price would have been less then half. I guess all good things have to come to an end. I haven't been to Atlantic City in 2 years since I can only go on a Saturday since I'm not willing to take time off work to gamble. Well they want $300-400 for rooms on Saturday night. You're already a loser before you're first bet at those rates.

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  8. shokhead

    shokhead No big spender unless eating drinking having fun!

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    Yep and I wouldn't be shocked to see them close in a year or so. That's what this is really about, they are hurting.
     
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