Las Vegas allows the tourist or gambler the opportunity to spend a lot of money on anything from accommodation, dining, gambling, to trips around the area and sports. If you are wealthy enough to not worry about how much money you spend, then lucky you, but for everyone else there are ways to save money by doing a little hunting around to find discount coupons.
Once you know what you want to do when you’re in Las Vegas start looking around for coupons that will give you a discount on your chosen activities. It will also be worth contacting the provider of the activity, whether that’s a restaurant, a theatre putting on a show, or a water-sports company, to check that they will honour the coupon you have. There are some unscrupulous operators out there who will try to pass off coupons to you because they earn commission from the establishment where that coupon is valid, rather than because it has any genuine benefit for you.
Another non-coupon way of getting discounts is to turn up for events at particular times, especially when it comes to dining. Some establishments offer their customers discounted meals if they eat at times that are outside their peak times. Look out for these types of offers and plan your day to make the most of them and that way you can get the most from your stay in Las Vegas!
Once you arrive in Las Vegas check out the ‘What’s On’ magazine available in all hotels for events that you might wish to visit, and for coupons that you may be able to use. You can also check with the concierge at your hotel; they generally have all the inside information on where to go and how to get the best deals and a tip for your concierge could save you a lot of money on dining and shows!