Right Now Is The Bargain Hunters’ Time to Visit Las Vegas!

Are you hankering for a quickie getaway? How about an in expensive road trip to Las Vegas that doesn’t put a big dent in you budget? I’m not talking the kind of trip with your peeps where you’re dressed to kill, living large in a nice suite, and makin’ it rain in da club. I’m talking the trip where you’re dressed in jeans, comfortable shoes, eating cheap prime rib or buffets, and either catching a show at half price, or gambling at the tables (because the lower minimum tables are not as crowded now).

I just did a search for Las Vegas right now, I counted up no less than 35 hotels & casinos that have rooms for $16 to$ 40 on average per night for Dec 12th – 14th; and, no less than 42 hotels & casinos for Dec 17th – 20th. These hotels are not the fanciest, but some are located in prime spots in the middle of The Strip! Some of the rooms on The Strip: The Quad (formerly The Imperial Palace) $21 per night, Circus Circus $23 + $8.95 (resort fee) per night, Excalibur $25 +$15 (resort fee) per night, The Stratosphere $31 + $7.50 (resort fee) per night, Luxor $21 + $18 (resort fee) per night, Harrah’s $35 per night, Flamingo $35 per night, and Bally’s $39 per night. Please note that some hotels like The Quad, Harrah’s, Flamingo, and Bally’s DO NOT charge the hidden “Resort Fee” each night!

If you want a break from gambling to do some Christmas shopping, there are two large Premium Outlet shopping centers.  One is Downtown west of Las Vegas Blvd. north of W. Charleston Blvd. & 15 Fwy, and the other is on the south end of Las Vegas Blvd.


Las Vegas Premium Outlets – North
875 South Grand Central Parkway
Las Vegas, NV 89106
(702) 474-7500
Las Vegas Premium Outlets – South
7400 South Las Vegas Boulevard
Las Vegas, NV

 (702) 896-5599
In the evening, if you want to catch some entertainment, but don’t want to spend a lot of money, see what they have available at Tix4Tonight.com. They have several locations all up and down The Strip and Downtown. Many of the big headliner shows are “dark” (closed for the season), but there are still lots of good quality smaller show tickets that can be purchased through them at half the normal price! Don’t forget to use this coupon to get $2 off on your tickets.  From reviews I’ve seen online, you may want to also check Travelzoo.com to compare rates with Tix4Tonight.com.

NOTE: Please check prices before booking your reservation. The prices actually went down $1 and then went back up $1 as I was checking them!

3 Responses

  1. What is a resort fee you ask! Resort fees are surcharges imposed by hotels to cover everything from local phone calls to guest use of the gym. Some of the things that are included in a resort fee really should be included in the cost of a hotel room.

  2. Your individual stuffs great. At all times deal with it up!

  3. The fee is usually described as covering amenities such as internet access , fitness center usage, parking, and a daily newspaper. Although many hotels will charge guests for these amenities, the actual additional cost of providing a night’s internet access or fitness center usage is negligible, and therefore while the bundled services may have a high separate cost, that cost, unlike resort fees, is at least avoidable by guests not wishing to use the amenities.

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