Almost everyone who visits Las Vegas needs a hotel room and there are many ways to get a cheaper fare when booking. I’ll list them here for efficiency, but remember that a little effort can now be spent looking for games or saving a lot of money at a party.
1. Deal Websites
If you are looking for a hotel room, not a flight, deal websites are the best places to find cheap rates. You can check out Deal News or Slickdeals for some of the best rates in Las Vegas. To find hotel deals, type “Las Vegas” in the search box and most search offers will be hotel related. I saw $ 69 a night rates at Planet Hollywood Towers and $ 39 a night at the MGM Grand. Both offers are fantastic, so don’t miss out on a third party website.
2. Southwest Holiday Packages
It may be amazing to people, but if you provide a service to your nearby airport in the southwest, you will get an easy savings. When you book your hotel and flight at the same time, both hotels and airlines subsidize their prices, which will mean more savings. I wouldn’t even believe it, since most holiday packages don’t save much money. Fortunately, I quickly learned and booked many holiday packages from the Southwest website, but only succeeded after searching.
If you want to stay in Vegas for the weekend but have flexible flights, it is often cheaper than Monday. You get an extra night at the hotel! The main reason for this is because flights on Monday are cheaper than Sunday flights so you can extend your stay and save more money for yourself.
Southwest holiday packages are not without a ticket. This means they will email you your flight tickets, and if you miss them you will need to pay for a new flight. This means that when you arrive at the airport, you cannot start using your credit card and you are online.
Room type: Resort King
Number of nights: 5 (Thursday to Tuesday)
Number of people: 2
Flight: San Jose, CA to Las Vegas (Direct)
cost: A total of $ 800 ($ 400 per person)
Dates: June 17, 2010 to June 22, 2010
Vegas hotels are the most expensive Thursday through Saturday and June is a great time for people to go to Vegas. A number of events were taking place this weekend, including World Series Poker, the North American Poker Tour event and some MMA fights. Weekend Wynn tickets can be as high as $ 200 a night and flights from San Jose to Vegas are around $ 150. So, I received less than 50% of their room rates.
Searching through a third party travel site is a great way to find hotel deals. I prefer Kayak to search many other websites like Orbitz and Priceline, but Orbitz usually has the cheapest rates. To find the cheapest hotel ready to host, simply enter your travel dates and sort by price. If you want a particular hotel Kayaking is still a good place to look for low rates and all you have to do is enter the name of the hotel.
1. Kayak hotel prices calculate taxes. The reason for this is because of the taxes and fees associated with the third party website. Orbitz is OK with its rates, but other times it’s not a Kayak search, so don’t take it for granted. Make sure the end price of the site you chose to purchase is.
2. When you book third-party sites, you do not always guarantee how much room they have. If you need two beds, check your hotel website to make sure they have two beds of your own type and call to book your hotel and request a room with two beds a few days. Usually the employee will be very happy to help, and it is very likely that you will receive two beds when you sign in.
1. Orbitz can almost always be included in the codes you reserve, depending on your stay for $ 25 to $ 75. The best deal I’ve seen is 15% off any stay, but it’s only been available for 72 hours.
2. Hotel fees are usually based on how many people are in the room. If you say you have 2 or 4 people instead of 3 or 4, you can save a lot of money on rates.
Room type: Room in the tower house
Number of nights: 5 (Friday and Wednesday)
Number of people: 2
cost: $ 225
Dates: May 23, 2008 – May 28, 2008 (Memorial Day Weekend)
This deal is pretty good considering it was Memorial Day weekend. I found the deal on Kayak and booked through Orbitz. Also, I had a $ 5 promo code for 5 nights accommodation, which made it even better.
Almost every hotel on the Las Vegas Strip has a social media staff reporting its latest offering. This means that if you follow all the hotels on Twitter, you will see great rates. Occasionally, newly submitted links are usually only advertised via Twitter, so they are legitimate sources for finding deals. I saw $ 20 room rates in Hard Rock and $ 24 in Excalibur rates.
5. Sign up for each hotel’s email list
Some of the best offers can be sent directly to your email address. If you don’t mind spamming MGM, Palazzo and Venice, send a lot of emails via email. In general, these emails will have special links, so you can book your hotel at a cheaper rate if you go to the hotel’s main website. These offers can also include free extras, such as slots, discount show tickets, club passes and much more.
Hotel: The Venetian
Room type: Luxury Venetian
Number of nights: 4 (Sunday to Thursday)
Number of people: 2
Dates: From July 11, 2010 to July 15, 2010
cost: $ 476
$ 119 a night is pretty good for a Venetian suite. In addition to that, add-ons like $ 40 Phantom tickets, $ 10 to get rid of your bill at Lagasse Stadium, an online LAVO nightclub, and $ 25 in slot credits.