Wynn’s reversal on paid parking a sign of Las Vegas future David G. Schwartz, Forbes · July 23, 2018 at 5:04 pm In the list of things that have annoyed Las Vegas visitors, paying for parking is at the top, or close to it. Which might be why one of the biggest names on the Las Vegas Strip is backing off charging customers for parking—kind of. What’s interesting—and maybe gives an insight into consumer behavior broader than parking—is precisely what visitors to Las Vegas get angry at. Changing payouts on blackjacks from 3:2 to 6:5, which shifts the house edge to about 2 percent? Outrage, threats to never return again. Yet few people protest keno, which has a house edge of 20 to 35 percent. Those who know just avoid the game.