Las Vegas…Tips to Save

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Las Vegas is a city of glam and glitz. It is also a town where you can pay top dollar or very little and still have a great time.

You may ask how do I do that? First of all, never pay full price. I can tell you I go once a year and have not paid for food for 5 years. I eat at the high-end buffets and never feel deprived. I have gone to clubs for free. I have gone to shows for 2 for free or half price. I don’t pay for parking….and more.

So you may ask how. It is very doable with a bit of planning you too can enjoy savings because as you know Vegas has added lots of fees that take a bite of your budget so you need to know how to avoid as many as you can.

Here are some tips:
1.) Play MyVegas Slots on Facebook (Online not Mobile) for rewards of buffets, shows, etc. Now I have to say this is not as good of a program as it used to be. They have made it more difficult to gain rewards, putting in blackout dates, many require one night stay to use, reduced rewards. That being said you are not paying to play and get free or reduced items it is still worth the time. If you are going to Vegas with someone else be sure that each person has an account as each person can use 3 rewards in a 30 day period; that is a total of 6 rewards. An example of this is if you get 1 free buffet then your partner gets 1 free buffet than you have 1 meal free.

2.) Sign up for Caesars Rewards Visa and M Life Visa. With these, you will receive sign up bonuses but the best part if you keep your account active each covers the parking fees by having the card. Each card covers half of the major strip casinos and the other card covers the other half.

List of Hotels for Cards:
MLife Hotels: Bellagio, ARIA, Vdara at ARIA, MGM Grand, The Signature at MGM Grand, Mandalay Bay, Delano Las Vegas, Park MGM, NoMad Las Vegas, The Mirage, New York-New York, Luxor, Excalibur, Circus Circus.

Caesars Rewards Hotels: Bally’s Las Vegas, Caesars Palace, Las Vegas Flamingo, Las Vegas Harrah’s, NOBU Hotel, Las Vegas Paris, Las Vegas, Planet Hollywood, Las Vegas Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas The Cromwell, Las Vegas, The LINQ Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas.

3.) Use the Caesars Rewards Card to put your monthly recurring bills on and get reward money for Vegas. We use this money for Buffets and Shows. You can also earn skip lines at buffets and clubs. There are many more rewards the more you spend on your card.

4.) For more savings go online to https://www.goldstar.com/las-vegas# and search for shows. You can get great deals. I usually check 3 months out and keep watching for the deals I want.

5.) For additional savings go online to https://www.Groupon.com and search under Las Vegas for food and show ticket reductions.

6.) For club passes for free log on to https://nocovernightclubs.com/
You can be put on club lists for night clubs, day clubs, strip clubs, etc for free. Many allow you to skip lines as well.

7.) For a coupon book, you can buy one at https://www.lasvegasadvisor.com/This book changes every year but he has a list of what is in the book at https://www.lasvegasadvisor.com/member-rewards-list/. The book is good for 1 year. Cost is $37.00 for the book to be shipped to you with the coupons

There are many more savings you can get but these are all ones you can get from your sofa without much effort. https://www.ggsgraphics.com

Enjoy!

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