Caesars Resort Fees Going Up in Las Vegas

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Caesars Resort Fees

Caesars Resort Fees Going Up in Las Vegas

Hotel fees have been in the news recently with new legislation proposals and several lawsuits and they are clearly a sneaky way to make customers to pay up more. In Vegas these fees have been going up, year after year. And now Caesars Entertainment is increasing fees at four casinos; Harrah’s, Flamingo, Linq and Bally’s.

The resort fees at these casinos will go up to $41.95 a night. That is $37 per night plus tax, up from the current fees of $35. These resort fee increases go into effect on March 3, 2020.

If you are a Diamond or Seven Stars loyalty club members, these fees do not apply to you.

The news comes at a time when Las Vegas has seen a stagnation in the number of visitors in the last two years. The main reason for this is probably that some other states across the country have legalized gambling. But increasing resort fees doesn’t seem like a good idea to reverse that trend.

We often cover deals and tricks for Las Vegas here on the site, so there is definitely ways of making your next Vegas visit affordable. Free dinner, free parking and cheap hotels are all possible.

DDG
Based in NYC. Points/miles enthusiast for years and actively writing about it for the last two years at Danny the Deal Guru. I'm always looking out for deals. Making a few bucks is always nice, but the traveling is by far the best part of this business.

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  1. I find it interesting that the same people who are outraged by all these fees have no problem putting in obscene amounts of money into the casino machines without knowing what are odds the casino pays out. if you were really concerned about paying the extra money maybe you would think twice about putting your money into the casino machines.

  2. I live in Hawaii and while people here consider going there almost every year for vacation and gambling I don’t see the appeal. I was there once and I would probably spend a day and night just to catch a show and that’s it.

  3. What MBA finance whiz looking at their spreadsheets came up with this idea?? Did they look up the impact of the coronavirus?? Or big convention cancellations?? OR how the big speners from Asia aren’t going to sit in a plane for 14 hours??
    Talk about putting a big target on your back the next time there is a downsizing, projections or goals aren’t met, or a new boss…

  4. LMAO, err, go ahead? I mean with everything going on with travel and convention cancellations, talk about bad timing and shooting themselves in the foot…

  5. Everybody complains that resort fees are too low in Las Vegas, so Caesars is just doing this in response to customer feedback.

  6. Yeah, but do we get free fax service and HBO is what we need to know 🙂

    We’ll see how long these resort fees last when the coronavirus travel recession hits full force.

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