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If you're looking for a hotel to stay in Las Vegas this Winter, here's a compilation I made. Hope it's helpful. Unless otherwise stated, many of these places also have a required $10-$20/night Resort Fee, which gives you access to internet, the fitness center, phone calls, etc.

Imperial Palace - From $20/night, No Resort Fees!

Circus Circus - From $20/night (Not on Strip)

Stratosphere - From $23/night (Not on Strip)

Excalibur - From $26/night

Bally's - From $30/night, No Resort Fees!

Harrah's - From $30/night, No Resort Fees!

Flamingo - From $30/night, No Resort Fees!

Rio - From $30/night, No Resort Fees! (Not on Strip)

Luxor - From $34/night

New York New York - From $37/night

Monte Carlo - From $40/night

Tropicana - From $42/night (1 month advance purchase)

Mandalay Bay - From $42/night

Mirage - From $47/night (+ 2 free buffets, must book 2+ nights)

MGM Grand - From $42.50/night

Paris - From $60/night, No Resort Fees!

THEhotel at Mandalay Bay - From $73/night

Caesar's Palace - From $79/night

Vdara - From $89/night

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If you plan to stay at one hotel for 2 or more nights, use these links to get 2 Free Lunch Buffets. Usually these links are a few dollars more expensive per night than the ones above.

Excalibur

Luxor

Mandalay Bay

Mirage

Monte Carlo

New York New York

THEhotel at Mandalay Bay

Vdara

Caesars Palace Las Vegas
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Any deals for vegas for april?

john1kim (Mar. 29, 2012 @ 7:35p) |

Also looking for April deals. Specifically April 21-23.

2pills (Apr. 12, 2012 @ 8:11a) |

looking for june deals, 18-19,

dp1 (May. 08, 2012 @ 7:20p) |


Thanks iceui2, Some nice deals.

I would also highly recommend purchasing a LasVegas Advisor coupon book (LVA), it's one of the best. Since they are only good for the calendar year, you can find a partially used 2011 one for $5 to $15 on eBay.

thanks jschuman

Harrahs or Ballys for maximum strip experience.

Thanks, OP. Incredible pricing for the Imperial Palace. I've stayed there before; decent location and room, and the mid-week pricing with this package is $22/night. That's better than half the price, and sometimes 1/4 the price of the other hotels in this offering. Grab it now!

This is prolly a really dumb question but how do I apply the offer code to get the cheaper hotel rate? I clicked on the link, chose the dates and get the trip price then it just asks for my credit card information and preference. And I don't see where I can put in the offer code to lower the price.

Thanks!

liiic said:   This is prolly a really dumb question but how do I apply the offer code to get the cheaper hotel rate? I clicked on the link, chose the dates and get the trip price then it just asks for my credit card information and preference. And I don't see where I can put in the offer code to lower the price.

Thanks!


The price you see is already the lowered price.

AnAceBuyer said:   Thanks, OP. Incredible pricing for the Imperial Palace. I've stayed there before; decent location and room, and the mid-week pricing with this package is $22/night. That's better than half the price, and sometimes 1/4 the price of the other hotels in this offering. Grab it now!

One thing I've noticed about Imperial Palace -- the "special" packaging price is usually right on par with standard price. maybe sometimes a little cheaper, and sometimes a lot more expensive. Beware if you book, try booking with and without the code to get a baseline of what the usual price is.

One time, i booked through the site with no total rewards number, and was able to get $10 a night, and booking through with the total rewards, it turned out to be $25 a night.

Shrug!

any deals on the show?

Any specials on H&B?

Do you know where I could buy a coupon book for 2012? I plan on visiting in January 2012.

Thanks!

jschuman said:   I would also highly recommend purchasing a LasVegas Advisor coupon book (LVA), it's one of the best. Since they are only good for the calendar year, you can find a partially used 2011 one for $5 to $15 on eBay.

jtw said:   Do you know where I could buy a coupon book for 2012? I plan on visiting in January 2012.

Thanks


http://www.shoplva.com/products/lva-online-membership

Thanks! Seems like a great deal. If I can use even one of the buy bogo buffet coupons, it would almost make up the cost ($37) of the coupon book!

freakinout said:   jtw said:   Do you know where I could buy a coupon book for 2012? I plan on visiting in January 2012.

Thanks


http://www.shoplva.com/products/lva-online-membership

$37.00 LVA Online Membership / Hold 2012 MRB (avail. Jan., 2012)
$40.50 LVA Online Membership / Mail 2012 MRB (avail. Jan., 2012; allow 10-14 days)
$40.50 LVA Online Membership / Mail 2011 MRB (allow 10-14 days)
$37.00 LVA Online Membership / Hold MRB for pick up 2011


Can someone break down the online membership? For instance, what does MRB mean? does online mean that I can print any and all coupons directly after purchase? Lastly, is the last only until the end of 2011, and if one purchases 2012, will they not provide any tix for this year?

Going on a trip soon, thanks OP!

hakujin said:   ? For instance, what does MRB mean?

Member Rewards Book

so... did u or anyone do online yet? are the coupons printable and does the 1st include these last couple of weeks + 2012? their site is sketchy at best.

hakujin said:   so... did u or anyone do online yet? are the coupons printable and does the 1st include these last couple of weeks + 2012? their site is sketchy at best.

I have not done online membership, but seems pretty clear to me. Maybe you should reread your own post where you listed the options.

$37.00 LVA Online Membership / Hold 2012 MRB (avail. Jan., 2012)
$40.50 LVA Online Membership / Mail 2012 MRB (avail. Jan., 2012; allow 10-14 days)
$40.50 LVA Online Membership / Mail 2011 MRB (allow 10-14 days)
$37.00 LVA Online Membership / Hold MRB for pick up 2011

for $37 you can buy the online membership and have them HOLD your book, then you can pick-up your MRB at their customer service counter in Vegas. or for $3.50 more they will MAIL it to you. This leads me to believe that the coupons aren't printable, even with the online membership. They are basically saying that it takes 2 weeks to get your coupon book by mail from the time you join, so if you are coming to town sooner you should have them hold it for pick-up. Doesn't sound the least bit sketchy or confusing.

if anything the fact that you can do business with them face-to-face should put your mind at ease

Booked 4 nights at Caesars for $377, no resort fees. Kickass deal.

4 nights under $100 is awesome! Even if it is for the dead of December.

I hope it is warmer for you than it was for me. I was there the first week of December for the marathon and it was a high of 45. We stayed at the Monte Carlo, which I have to admit was pleasant. I would certainly stay there again. It's no Bellagio, but it was a lot cheaper this time.

Arriving: Thu Dec 22, 2011 2 Guests
Departing: Sat Dec 24, 2011
1 550DR Room 2 nights $93.50
Taxes: $16.02
Total: $109.52
Deposit Due: $52.36
Resort Fee:
A daily resort fee of $22.40 (includes applicable tax) is added to all room reservations upon check-in.

So if I book like above, I will pay $109.52 AND $22.40 per night?
I want to confirm it because I am a little confused of resort fee.

thx freakinout, was being hasty as the the trip was right around the corner and didn't read closely. just got back. booked ballys though Expedia, which ended up being a lot cheaper than directly through their website. 3 nights (Fri, Sat, Sun) came out to $46/night (no resort fee at any Caesars property). Then got $50 x4 Prime Match Guarantee coupons thru Expedia due to price changes on my group's 3 booked rooms. Flight was $59 one way from Bay to LAS non stop. Lastly, I sandwiched a $20 at check in and got a North tower deluxe room upgrade which was awesome because I read too many S. Tower horror stories. Next time: Ballys or tower suite @ Mirage w/ the same trick, though the ~insane~ prices on the strip and constant cancer sticks fumigation ensure this will be a long time away.

I didn't end up getting the LVA coupon book, and in retrospect, wouldn't get it on another trip. I simply don't see the value. Too many of those deals can be found elsewhere for free and/or are places not worth visiting when time is of the essence. Between Ballys coupon book, Las Vegas, half price tickets, or the myriad of other publications, hand outs, etc you'll find the majority of that stuff anyway, and still feel robbed, so gotta get used to that.

Regarding buffets, the buffet of buffets($45 with Total Rewards membership) is the best buffet bang for buck if you time the meals right (Dinner, Breakfast, Lunch Dinner), but if you're in Vegas on the weekend, you'll realize that is virtually impossible as those decent buffets (Paris, Rio, Caesars, Planet Hollywood, etc.) have incredibly long lines around the clock that totally kill the deal. Ended up just opting for Bellagio's 'the Buffet' and a few other restaurants in order to spend more time actually doing something.

Unfortunately, the casinos weren't as friendly to my pocket book as this deal! However, was able to score KA tickets for $65 total w/ military discount, and it was spectacular. The production value and creativity made 'O' almost seem tame by comparison. Was going to watch Zumanity, Criss Angel and Penn & Teller as well but all were on vacation time.

shinsangeun said:   
So if I book like above, I will pay $109.52 AND $22.40 per night?
I want to confirm it because I am a little confused of resort fee.

Yes, that's right. Resort fee is a revenue retention joke by many casinos to extort more out of your pocket for things that should be free amenities. I believe all Caesars Hotels (Ballys,Caesars Palace, Paris, Rio, Harrahs, Flamingo, and Imperial Palace) waive that fee. You could try tipping the front disk upon check-in to see if they'll waive that fee and also maybe upgrade your room. Here's a good site on that: http://www.frontdesktip.com/. Good luck!

hakujin said:   thx freakinout, was being hasty as the the trip was right around the corner and didn't read closely. just got back. booked ballys though Expedia, which ended up being a lot cheaper than directly through their website. 3 nights (Fri, Sat, Sun) came out to $46/night (no resort fee at any Caesars property). Then got $50 x4 Prime Match Guarantee coupons thru Expedia due to price changes on my group's 3 booked rooms. Flight was $59 one way from Bay to LAS non stop. Lastly, I sandwiched a $20 at check in and got a North tower deluxe room upgrade which was awesome because I read too many S. Tower horror stories. Next time: Ballys or tower suite @ Mirage w/ the same trick, though the ~insane~ prices on the strip and constant cancer sticks fumigation ensure this will be a long time away.

I didn't end up getting the LVA coupon book, and in retrospect, wouldn't get it on another trip. I simply don't see the value. Too many of those deals can be found elsewhere for free and/or are places not worth visiting when time is of the essence. Between Ballys coupon book, Las Vegas, half price tickets, or the myriad of other publications, hand outs, etc you'll find the majority of that stuff anyway, and still feel robbed, so gotta get used to that.

Regarding buffets, the buffet of buffets($45 with Total Rewards membership) is the best buffet bang for buck if you time the meals right (Dinner, Breakfast, Lunch Dinner), but if you're in Vegas on the weekend, you'll realize that is virtually impossible as those decent buffets (Paris, Rio, Caesars, Planet Hollywood, etc.) have incredibly long lines around the clock that totally kill the deal. Ended up just opting for Bellagio's 'the Buffet' and a few other restaurants in order to spend more time actually doing something.

Unfortunately, the casinos weren't as friendly to my pocket book as this deal! However, was able to score KA tickets for $65 total w/ military discount, and it was spectacular. The production value and creativity made 'O' almost seem tame by comparison. Was going to watch Zumanity, Criss Angel and Penn & Teller as well but all were on vacation time.

shinsangeun said:   
So if I book like above, I will pay $109.52 AND $22.40 per night?
I want to confirm it because I am a little confused of resort fee.

Yes, that's right. Resort fee is a revenue retention joke by many casinos to extort more out of your pocket for things that should be free amenities. I believe all Caesars Hotels (Ballys,Caesars Palace, Paris, Rio, Harrahs, Flamingo, and Imperial Palace) waive that fee. You could try tipping the front disk upon check-in to see if they'll waive that fee and also maybe upgrade your room. Here's a good site on that: http://www.frontdesktip.com/. Good luck!


Thank yoyu!

Any deals for the weekend of January 21? Five-star hotels seem to be going for an average of $180 a night from 1/21 to 1/24.

If you guys are gonna get the Buffet of Buffets at Harrahs properties, this link will get you 2 free passes when you stay two nights ($90 value). This makes rooms at places like the dump at Imperial Palace for less than $10/night on select week days.

http://www.caesars.com/total/las-vegas/buffet-of-buffets/

^^^^^^ would have liked to eat there, but the line was ridiculous.

Any ideas on how/where to save for the week on Jan 7th? Because of CES the prices per night our outrageous!

Op, I appreciate the info. I was able to get a good rate at NY, NY.

Fyi-the buffet deal link for NY, NY is dead. Also, the first link for TheHotel at Mandalay bay is expired.

Thanks, been looking into Vegas trips and this will definitely come in handy.

These are fine, but are there any deals for properties where discerning travellers want to stay? Bellagio? Aria? Wynnn? I'm not flying to Vegas and then end up staying someplace like Harrah''s, Luxor, or Stratosphere!

Thanks. Perfect timing for me.

nubi said:   These are fine, but are there any deals for properties where discerning travellers want to stay? Bellagio? Aria? Wynnn? I'm not flying to Vegas and then end up staying someplace like Harrah''s, Luxor, or Stratosphere!

For us, coming to Las Vegas to enjoy foods, shows, shopping ...not to sleep!

Anyone know if there is a way to sell a hotel voucher. I won a two night stay at the Bellagio (Salon Suite) and R/T limo to airport at a charity auction. I can not use the voucher as plans have changed, is there anyway to sell this other than eBay? Any assistance is greatly appreciated.

Whosyurdady said:   Anyone know if there is a way to sell a hotel voucher. I won a two night stay at the Bellagio (Salon Suite) and R/T limo to airport at a charity auction. I can not use the voucher as plans have changed, is there anyway to sell this other than eBay? Any assistance is greatly appreciated.
I might be interested. PM me your asking price and if it can be used 1/14-1/16 (not blacked out).
I'm headed there next week, booked for Flamingo, but open to canceling.

Any deals out there for a strip hotel in Mid-April? Thanks for all the great posts. I have found my new favorite website!

OD

Has anyone seen any deals come out for May yet? We're looking at going the second week of May. I haven't had anything update based on my M Life player's club card past April. Just curious. Thank you.

hokdo said:   Has anyone seen any deals come out for May yet? We're looking at going the second week of May. I haven't had anything update based on my M Life player's club card past April. Just curious. Thank you.we are actually going Feb.1-4 and have noticed with Vegas the few times we've been there....that if you do your reservations somewhat last minute it's pretty cheap unless there is some amazing deal going on. We had already booked our flights with southwest with credits we had back in nov...but i was looking the other day and they were $44 each way to fly. Noticed similar with hotels also. Deals seem to change even hourly. It's crazy.

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