MGM Resorts Free Parking Las Vegas Strip
While there still isn’t a firm date on when Nevada casinos are going to be allowed to re-open, that doesn’t mean the city still isn’t moving forward. Casino operators have started submitting their safety plans and the Las Vegas Strip is slowly coming back to life. Hopefully we’ll get some news on a reopening date very soon.
A More Intimate Vegas – A New Ad Campaign
In the mean time Las Vegas has now launched a new ad campaign highlighting how Vegas will be a more intimate destination when it reopens. Here is an example from the ad that shows the angle the city is taking. “So if you ever imagined a Vegas that was just for you. It’s only here. And when it’s ready you’ll be the first to know.”
Whatever all that means! 🙂 Check it out below and let us know what you think in the comments.
MGM Resorts Free Parking Returns
MGM Resorts International was the first major Vegas player to bring paid self parking to the Las Vegas Strip, but today they announced it will be a thing of the past when their casinos reopen. At least temporarily…
🚗🚙Free parking will be available at each resort as it opens. We couldn’t be more excited to open our doors and get back to doing what we do best. Continue to follow https://t.co/QoluTAD7J3 for more information. pic.twitter.com/ZEFewkb8Rg
— MGM Resorts (@MGMResortsIntl) May 18, 2020
If you are wondering how long the Vegas Strip free parking will last, it isn’t clear. Here is what MGM Resorts has to say about their new Vegas free parking policy they announced today.
- We’re implementing free self-parking now as a way to welcome back guests.
- We don’t have a timeline regarding future plans or changes.
I would expect we will see other big Strip players join MGM Resorts in bringing back free parking as well, even if it most likely will go away again at some point.
MGM Resorts Free Parking & New Vegas Ad – Bottom Line
Las Vegas is getting ready to bring back guests with a new toned down ad campaign and free parking! Will that be enough to get you to return to Sin City? What do you think of the ad campaign and how long will it take MGM Resorts to bring back paid parking? Let us know your thoughts below!