If you’re planning a trip to Las Vegas you’ve probably thought about all the money you want to spend on your hotel, your entertainment and your meals out, plus any you’ve saved up for gambling, and now you need to fund your flights too! It may seem like a never-ending list of expenses, but a holiday isn’t the time to stint yourself completely.
Of course we all need to live within our means, so don’t go risking money you don’t have, but instead make sure you shop around to get the best deals for the money you do have. This way you can get the best deal on your hotel, and maybe even get some discounts or coupons for entertainment during your stay.
When you are looking for flight you need to fly to McCarran International Airport, which is pretty near the centre of the action in Las Vegas, near to many of the best hotels. Some of the airlines you may wish to try are US Airways, Southeast Airlines and Allegiant Air for flight to this city, but do check others to see who is offering the best deal. Depending on how far you’re travelling you may find that non-direct flights are cheaper than direct ones, so this could be a good way to save money, if the journey doesn’t take too much longer.
Try an internet search for flights from your local airport to McCarran, and try checking the less popular airports near you for cheaper deals. You should always check the terms and conditions of any flights you book, as there may be extra charges that aren’t covered in the basic price. Tips to reduce the cost of your flights include flying on weekdays instead of weekends, and make sure you book at least twenty days in advance. Always check the special offers too, just in case these happen to coincide with your needs.
Good luck with finding the flights you need and we hope you have a great Las Vegas holiday.