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View from Vegas, Issue #005
October 04, 2011
Welcome to View from Vegas the e-zine that will help you plan your own trip to Sin City and let you know all about the latest deals and special offers.
Issue #005, 4 October 2011
In this newsletter we’re turning our attention to How you can save money in Las Vegas. We hope you find the following information useful when planning your trip on a budget.
#1 Free Las Vegas coupons
We’ve recently added a page on Free Las Vegas Coupons. You might think that collecting these before your trip might be more hassle than it’s worth. That’s what we thought but actually if you do take advantage of the discounts on offer it’s quite possible to reduce the cost of your trip by half. Learn more about Coupons
Tip: During October get a free $25 Dining Certificate when you buy the new 2012 Entertainment Book, plus free shipping. The Entertainment book contains thousands of dollars worth of coupons to Vegas restaurants, shops and attractions.
#2 Visit the Shopping Outlets
Shopping outlets themselves are great places to find bargains and stretch your dollar a little further. If you’ve recently subscribed to this e-zine you should have received a VIP voucher that you can exchange at Premium Outlets North or South for a coupon book filled with hundreds of dollars in added savings and special offers to use at either of these Las Vegas shopping malls. If not please contact us and we’ll make sure you’re sent the voucher.
#3 Las Vegas Promo Codes and Discounts for Las Vegas Hotels
Coupons aren’t the only way to save money in Las Vegas. Another way to reduce the cost of your stay is to find and use the current promo codes. There are more than you’d think allowing you to get a discount off your stay, get fantastic deals on packages which include limos or show tickets or trips to the spa. Access latest promo codes here
Another option is to stay at one of the cheap hotels on the strip which are nothing like your average budget hotel. They are so much better!
#4 Cheap Vegas Flights
We don’t like to pay more than we have to for flights. If you feel the same hopefully you’ll find our tips for getting cheap Vegas flights helpful. Our top tips for finding cheap Vegas flights
#5 Free Attractions
Despite what you might have heard sightseeing in Vegas needn’t cost a fortune. There are so many great attractions to see that won’t cost you a thing from the Bellagio Fountains to the MGM Grand Lion Habitat. Learn more about free attractions
If you’re planning to visit the paid for popular attractions an economical way of doing so is to get a Las Vegas Power Pass package. Further details
#6 Getting Around
There are many ways to get around Las Vegas inexpensively from on foot to the Deuce Bus or the Monorail. Learn more about the pros and cons of each.
#7 Make savings on Halloween Attractions
So much is happening in Las Vegas for Halloween. Take advantage of these special deals on the following spooky attractions:
Haunted Vegas Tour
This tour is one of the most popular ghost tours in the whole of America and you can currently make savings of $20 or more on the general tour admission price.
Madame Tussauds After Dark
Tickets to Madame Tussauds After Dark! from $15. This is the perfect place to get some ideas for your own Halloween costume and check out celebrities from Sin City favourite Elvis to Lady Gaga.
Phantom of the Opera – Free Upgrade
Check out a performance of the Vegas production of Phantom even if you’ve seen it somewhere else because this show has some unique special effects going on. You can currently receive a free upgrade to the Golden Circle. Prices from $110.
Victoria & Martyn
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