(KGTV) - Going to Las Vegas anytime soon? You could be saving some money the next time you visit.
According to a Las Vegas Review-Journal report, several Sin City hotels and resorts are reducing fees or introducing new promotions to help boost tourism.
The Review-Journal reported that Las Vegas tourism reached a four-year low in 2018, prompting some high-profile hotels and resorts to make changes.
Hotels such as the Wynn, Cosmopolitan and Red Rock Resort reduced or eliminated parking fees and resort fees.
Meanwhile, MGM and Caesars Palace are not planning to make changes to their resort or parking fees.