An insider guide to the best overall deals in Las Vegas, you can learn about the Vegas deals and steals that don’t make it into the coupon book. Whether it’s on live thrills, dining, shopping or gambling – know where the savvy Nevada travelers go.
Las Vegas Meal Deals for the Las Vegas Traveler with Hungry Mouths to Feed:French Market Buffet
The best meal deal in Las Vegas is the French Market Buffet at the Orleans. Sure, you could try and feed your toddler on the ¢99 shrimp cocktail other places offer, but the odds of him eating this Vegas treat are low. At the Orleans’ French Market Buffet, kids three and under eat free, while kids aged between four and seven get $3 off the already low price of $7.99 for breakfast, $2 more for lunch, and $14.99 Sunday brunch. Dinner prices vary, ranging from $13.99 to $15.99 for Wednesday sirloin, $18.99 for Friday crab legs, and $14.99 for Sunday BBQ.
Don’t Leave Nevada without Experiencing the Stratosphere Ride – all Day!
The Stratosphere’s Insanity Ride is the well known Nevada attraction that spins the visitor and virtually hurls him over the side of the tower before pulling him back in. If your Las Vegas trip includes teens, you know they want to go time and again. Unfortunately, the tower admission runs $13.95, while a tower admission and one ride cost $19.95. How about spending $33.95 and getting unlimited admission to the tower and access to all three rides, all day? While your teens are busy, you might actually get some free time for gambling.
The Ultimate Las Vegas Shopping Coupons Deal: Macy’s 11% off Savings Pass
Located at the Fashion Show Mall in Las Vegas, Nevada, Macy’s runs a little known coupons offer that has to be one of the best deals in Las Vegas: show up at the Visitors’ Services desk (on the first floor) and request the Welcome Savings Pass that offers deals representing up to 11% in savings. The coupons are good for five days.
You can get much more than 11% with a nice game of poker online where you can save a lot more with each win as the stakes get higher and higher.
Cheap Gambling, Giveaways and Eats at the Slots-a-Fun Casino
Slots-a-Fun is a small casino that caters to the locals and intrepid Las Vegas traveler in search of the best Vegas travel deals. Situated right next to the boisterous Circus Circus, this venue does not have the glitz, glamour, or modern amenities. Nickel slots, plenty of cigarette smoke, ¢99 hot dogs weighing in at ½ pound, and $2 bottled Heineken make this probably the cheapest place on the Strip to eat, drink and gamble.