Question: What is Las Vegas going to cost?
When you start planning that trip there are always little things you might need to know so I have tried to put them together in an easy to find way. The information should help you with some of the questions you have about Las Vegas.
Answer: What is Las Vegas Going to Cost Me?
Las Vegas used to be the place to go for a bargain vacation. While the days of the $2 buffets are long gone, there are still plenty of good deals out there. See the cheap eats page for listings and information on low cost eating in Las Vegas. You can also look for the coupons page for an idea on how to get a good deal in Las Vegas.
Meals in Las Vegas vary from the dirt cheap to the ridiculously expensive, so be aware of your food budget. Comps are not as easy to come by these days but your best bet to getting free stuff at any casino is to get a players card at the place you intend on playing at. Often times a few hours worth of gaming action at the tables or at the slots will get you a free meal or at least some reduced prices.
On average two people could go to Las Vegas eat good meals three times a day and have a good amount of alcohol and spend about $100 a day. This number is so fluid because of the amount of gambling you do and your choices in food. Drinks are normally included in your gaming income because they are free as long as you're a player.
Things you might pay for :
Taxi - $3.30 for the first mile and $1.50 each additional
Cover charge at a Nightclub - $10 - $30 for males slightly less for females at some clubs.
Check on some nightclubs
Tipping - Figure an extra five percent of your total budget. Waitresses, Valet, Taxi Valet, $1 per occurrence, Bell hop $2 per bag, server at restaurant - 15% of check
See some tipping guidelines
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