With its numerous casino resorts, nightclubs and restaurants, Las Vegas can fairly be called America's adult playground. As one of the top tourist destinations in the United States, the city offers a variety of accommodations. If you are planning a trip to Vegas, you can find affordable packages that include amenities such as dining, airfare and casino credits along with your lodging.
Visit the website of some of the resorts at which you are considering a stay and sign up to receive newsletters or emails. These notices frequently include special resort packages. For example, at the time of publication, The Venetian (thevenetian.com) offered deals for its suites that include a free admission to LAVO Nightclub and $20 off a $50 food bill at Zine Noodles Dim Sum. Golden Nugget (goldennugget.com/lasvegas) provided guests a coupon book with more than $250 in dining, entertainment and retail discounts with a stay. These packages generally only offer amenities at the resort, so you will have to find airfare on your own.
Visit your favorite search engine and type such phrases as "Las Vegas discount codes" or "Vegas coupon codes," which will take you to various websites that collect deals currently running at the various Sin City properties. You can often find significant discounts on hotel rooms or Las Vegas packages at these domains. For example, the website SmarterVegas (smartervegas.com) is offering a code at Aria (arialasvegas.com) that provided $100 in resort credits, which you use for most amenities at the property, along with a two-night stay.
Airline Vacation Services
Several major air carriers offer vacation services, and if you book a flight through the airline, you receive a discount on a hotel or other Vegas amenities. For example, at the time of publication Southwest Vacations (southwestvacations.com) is offering $75 off a three-night stay at The Venetian, as well as two free show tickets. American Airlines Vacations (aavacations.com) is featuring a flight and two-night stay at the Excalibur starting at $159 per person. Delta Vacations (deltavacations.com) is offering a free night's stay with the purchase of three.
Travel Considerations in Las Vegas
Don't forget travel. Most packages include flight, rooms and sometimes resort amenities, but they usually don't include transportation. You will need a transportation plan even if you just plan to cruise the Strip, as the famed street is about four miles from end to end. At the time of publication, you can often find car rentals can for under $30 a day in the city, and you can pick up your ride at McCarran Airport. City buses with the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (rtcsnv.com/index.cfm) regularly run up and down the Strip and to Downtown, and fares are only a few dollars per ride.