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Top Vegas Tips

Recently, I gave you a couple of tips on the cheapest way to reach Las Vegas and I got some great feedback.  Many of you asked how they could continue to enjoy Vegas on a budget once they reach Sin City.  As such, I’ve put together a couple of hot tips to use so that a visit to Las Vegas doesn’t necessarily mean taking out another mortgage.

Try and Book for Mid Week

If you have the option, book your visit for the middle of the week where you could save as much as 3/4 on your accommodation costs!  Hotels have some of their hottest deals for those who visit mid week.  Another advantage is that you won’t need to stand in line for all the attractions in Las Vegas, nor will you need to wait for a free slot machine, which sometimes happens on weekends.

Ask for a Players Card

You can approach the desk at any casino and ask to sign up for a player’s card.  This not only gives you discounts at the games being played at the casino, but you also get reductions on accommodation during future visits.  The resort will send you coupons and news about good offers during the year, which could save you a bundle during your next visit.

Buy Half Price Show Tickets

A number of booths on the Strip sell tickets to some of the best shows for half price. Check out what they have to offer you.

Don’t Cab Everywhere

Las Vegas has a perfectly good public transport system.  Buy yourself  a 24 hour bus pass and travel on the bus route without paying any extra.  Also, ask the hotel or resort about shuttle options, which are offered free to visitors.


Another way to get from the top of the Strip to the bottom (and back!) is to simply walk!  The entire Strip is only four miles long which could easily be done in half an hour. Not only to you get to take in the real atmosphere of Vegas, you’ll also be able to work off those calories from the delicious meals served at the hotels.

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