Where to Store Your Luggage in Las Vegas

Updated: 21 enero 2023

This post covers luggage-storage services in Las Vegas, from newer “Airbnb-style” companies to a more traditional luggage storage center.

TIP: Budget travelers can save money by purchasing a tourist discount pass. It bundles discounts on popular attractions and restaurants around town and can save up to 50% on retail ticket prices. 


LUGGAGE STORAGE (THE AIRBNB METHOD)

Vertoe

Vertoe Luggage Storage Las Vegas

Vertoe has over 3 locations in Las Vegas covering major popular spots including MGM Grand.

More locations are getting launched in quick time and many of these storage locations are even open 24/7.

All it costs is $5.95 per bag, per day.

When you check your luggage in, you'll receive complimentary tamper-proof seals as well as $5000 insurance on your belongings. 

Click here to get more information or make your reservation.


Additional Companies

There are a few other companies in Las Vegas providing luggage storage services.

You might want to look into these services to find additional locations or alternate perks.


Bounce

This luggage storage company offers one of the most affordably priced services in Las Vegas, with prices starting at just $5.90 per bag per day.

There are approximately 90 storage locations in Las Vegas, so it shouldn't be too difficult to find a place to drop off your baggage.

If you're looking to save even more money, make sure to use promo code FREETOURSBYFOOT at checkout for an extra 5% off.

Alternatively, if you're interested in getting the Las Vegas Sightseeing Pass, you'll be happy to hear they offer a 10% discount on Bounce luggage storage.

Bounce offers up to $10,000 of insurance for your luggage, and they provide 24/7 customer support.

Learn more about Bounce.


Nannybag

Nannybag Luggage Storage Las Vegas

Nannybag has a presence all over the world with several locations around the greater Las Vegas area.

The company offers luggage storage services through a network of hotels and stores, which are open around the clock for your convenience so that you can store your luggage at any time.

The pricing is affordable at just $6 for the first day and $4 for each additional day.

This includes an insurance value of $1500 per item.

If you want to save money on this service, it's worth noting that they offer 20% off for Las Vegas Sightseeing Pass holders.

The good thing about Nannybag is their easy cancellation, which means no charge up to the time of your deposit. 

Click here to learn more or make a reservation.


Radical Storage

Radical Storage provides luggage storage in Las Vegas through several outlets.

The pricing offered by the company is $6 per item, per day with a guaranteed, 3-minute fast check-in. 

Each of their locations, called "angels," are a different type of shop, hotel, or service business and have different hours, so make sure you double-check that the hours are convenient for you before booking a spot. 

Online booking and payment are mandatory.

Click here to make a reservation or learn more.


AIRPORT STORAGE - McCarran International Airport

Due to changes in the airport’s security policies, McCarran International no longer offers luggage storage inside the airport.

Why not use one of the airbnb- style options above?


DELIVERY SERVICES

If you'd rather not have to worry about dropping off and retrieving your bags, you can use a luggage delivery service.

They pick up your bags at your accommodation and deliver them to the airport with door-to-door service.

One such company offering luggage delivery service in Las Vegas is Luggage Teleport Inc.

The company says that they worth the time and aims to ease the lives of travelers by providing on-demand luggage transportation between airports and hotels. 

The cost is $35 for the first two bags.


Traveling to other cities as well?

Check out our luggage storage post about solutions in all major U.S., Canadian and European cities, or click below:

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About The Author

Stephen Pickhardt

Stephen is the CEO of Free Tours by Foot and has overseen the transformation of a local walking tour company into a global tour community and traveler’s advice platform. He has personally led thousands of group tours in the US and Europe, and is an expert in trip planning and sightseeing, with a focus on budget travelers. Stephen has been published and featured in dozens of publications including The Wall Street Journal, BBC, Yahoo, Washington.org, and more.
Updated: enero 21st, 2023
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