Vegas Deals?

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  • #606736
    Anonymous
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    Hi all,

    I am taking a trip to Vegas in about a month to attend a wedding and was hoping some Vegas regulars could point me in the direction of some good deals (hotel,air,others).

    The only other time I’ve made a trip to Vegas was during a road trip where we played it by ear. This time I’ll need to plan things out a little bit more and kind of at the last minute!

    Any advice would be appreciated.

    Thanks in advance!

    #757913
    Anonymous
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    You can find any price range and type of Hotel/Casino.

    Try going to expedia and other flight services and look at the flight/hotel combined prices they offer.

    They should have a list of hotels to book with your flights, prices and links to details.

    Unless you have hotels comping you, these flight/hotel booking combos are the most economical.

    #757915
    Anonymous
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    You can also try last minute or my las vegas rooms

    #757918
    Anonymous
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    I suggest that you try staying at a hotel/casino off the stript. We go to Sam’s Town about once a month. They free bus rides to most of the major casinos in Vegas.
    You can also try the New Olreans and the Point (too far from action).
    If your looking to save money try the older hotels that are maintained and provide a good atmosphere. The newer ones or the ones on the strip need suckers (I mean people) to pay for the FREE enjoyment items that they provide to the sightseers

    #757927
    Anonymous
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    Hi nodepositneeded,

    If you are interested, I am a vacation owner which allows me to offer friends a stay in a 2 bedroom condo that is on the strip about 2 miles south of the Luxor for 5 days for under $600 so if you are interested then please PM me asap. I can also check on that air for ya if necessary.

    #757934
    Anonymous
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    Thanks for the replies everyone.

    There are four of us going and two of them haven’t been before so I think they’ll prefer staying on the strip for their first time around.

    I’ll definitely be keeping an eye on Expedia and the other similar websites that I can find.

    If anyone has any other tips please let me know.

    Thanks again!

    #757938
    Anonymous
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    If you a decent betting player I would contact harrah’s , I contacted them before my first visit and was booked a free room for several days. I had to become a “rated player’ while thier, but at the end end the room and everything I took out of the mini bar were comped. I also managed to build up several hundreds in rewards credits which came in quite handy for eating as quality food is not cheap on the strip. It worth a shot.

    #757949
    Anonymous
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    Thanks for the tip Belgamo.

    I will definitely contact Harrah’s and a few others to see if we can arrange something.

    I receive comp rooms anytime I’d like at my local casinos based on my play so I don’t think becoming a “rated player” would be out of the question in Vegas.

    #757950
    Anonymous
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    A better quality casino/Hotel than Harrahs in Vegas is their sister Bally’s, the remodeled section is nice, prices are low and comps are given freely and apply to all Harrah’s properties. The Paris is nicer yet but not as generous. Comps you earn there are applicable at all Harrah’s properties nation wide, so if you have Harrah’s comps locally, they will be useable in Vegas.

    Harrah’s itself is pretty dumpy in Vegas. I hear they are remodeling too, and boy do they need it. Those old carpets are downright scary at places.

    #758034
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    @Dominique 149892 wrote:

    A better quality casino/Hotel than Harrahs in Vegas is their sister Bally’s, the remodeled section is nice, prices are low and comps are given freely and apply to all Harrah’s properties. The Paris is nicer yet but not as generous. Comps you earn there are applicable at all Harrah’s properties nation wide, so if you have Harrah’s comps locally, they will be useable in Vegas.

    Harrah’s itself is pretty dumpy in Vegas. I hear they are remodeling too, and boy do they need it. Those old carpets are downright scary at places.

    When I was in Vegas in 2006 I stayed in Ballys and I can vouch for the place. It’s very nice. The room I was in was HUGE. I thought I was staying in a house LOL
    The service there was a very high standard too. I’d definitely recommend it and I’d definitely stay there again if (when) I return.

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