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Top 3 Ways To Go Cheap In Las vegas

By October 9, 2013

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Looking to save a little money in Las Vegas? I'm always looking for good deals and ways to have a vacation without spending too much money. There is nothing worse than returning from a few days away than looking at your bank account and wondering about how you went over budget. Don't worry, I'm pretty cheap so these 3 tips at going cheap in Las Vegas should help you save a few dollars.

Las Vegas Cheap Tip #1 - Eat Cheap in Vegas! - There are plenty of great affordable meals in Las Vegas. Also, do not be ashamed to split a meal. My wife and I have recently taken to splitting every meal and not only are we saving money I have to tell you that my jeans are not as snug anymore. Do we really need all those calories? Best places to split: Hash House A Go Go, Serendipity 3, Trevi at the Forum Shops.

Las Vegas Cheap Tip #2 - Find a Cheap Hotel in Las Vegas - My favorite affordable/cheap hotel is the Flamingo Las Vegas. It's not rock bottom on the price scale but you get a center strip location, cheap food options and a few afternoon shows that are reasonably priced. The pool area is among the best in Las Vegas and happy hour at Carlos 'n Charlies is both cheap and very entertaining.

Las Vegas Cheap Tip #3 - Get show tickets for half price - First, not all the best shows will be found here but you will find some very good deals on shows that you will be surprised by. Take a look at their monitors and find a shows that sounds interesting. You might be surprised to find a show that costs you $20 to be just as entertaining as a show that costs you $120.

Comments
January 22, 2013 at 9:25 pm
(1) Suzanne Levison says:

Hash House a Go Go, you could split more than the two ways, the portions are huge!

October 20, 2013 at 12:37 pm
(2) Josh Black says:

Good guide! Another good way to find cheap hotels in Las Vegas would be those kinds of websites that browse through all of the prices and compare them together. One off the top of my head is <a href=”http://las-vegas.hotelscheap.org/”>HotelsCheap.org</a>, but there are lots of others around the web, too.

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