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Las Vegas Advisor: Resorts World casino adds parking fee — with a loophole

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After holding off since its opening in 2021, Resorts World Las Vegas has finally initiated a fee for parking.

However, this one is ­distinctly more customer-­friendly than the others around town, as the fee is waived if you simply become a member of the Resorts World players club, which is free to join.

For those who choose to pay, the charge is $10 per day, no matter how brief the visit. Unlike other fee-based parking structures, there’s no 1- to 3-hour grace period. Get the card.

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