Tips To Save Money On A Las Vegas Vacation
Over 33 million people visit Las Vegas yearly.
Seven million come here for the first time, and most people who come here come back again. People love Las Vegas, because
it is glitzy, kitchy, glamorous, and downright outrageous. That is why people keep coming back.
There is no better
place to find out everything you want to know about Las Vegas than by hearing it from the people who live here. My friends
and family live and work in Las Vegas, and we love it, but we could not survive here living on tourist rates. Las Vegas is
a great place to have a lot of fun if you know how to stretch your dollar. Tourists should learn to save their money as do
the locals. The best place to learn is from those who live here.
Before going to Las Vegas on a
vacation, the tourist should make up his/her mind to get discounted hotel rooms, the cheapest fight here, see shows at half
price or free, eat in the best places at cheap prices, avoid cover charges, don't get overcharged by taxi drivers, learn
what games have the best chances of winning, and places to avoid for his/her safety.
A Las Vegas vacationer should
put study and planing in the cheapest days of the year to travel here and to make sure his/her vacation does not coincide
with conventions. It's not a bad idea to contact the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority at telephone 702/892/-0711
or FAX 702/892-2824 to find who or what will be in town at the time you're planning your visit.
A person must
be 21 to gamble, but there are lots for young people to do here. Some of the free exhibits and demonstrations that our kids
like and keep wanting to go back to are the fishing demonstrations, the martial arts demonstrations, skydiving demonstrations,
and the Treasury Island pirate battle shows. It is hard for a vacationing kid to become bored in Las Vegas.
coming to Las Vegas, a vacationer should learn about daily changing air fares for the best rates. If you are from another
country, you should know how to handle your money in Las Vegas. A vacationer should have the lowdown on individual Las Vegas
nightclubs and the best adult attractions. He/she should know the car rental secrets, hotel discounts, the best and free buffets,
and free places where vacationers can entertain themselves.
The vacationer should have directories of pet friendly
hotels, child friendly hotels, Las Vegas RV parks, and airline consolidators, The vacationer should know how to avoid paying
cover charges at night clubs and getting ripped off by taxi drivers.
To save money, the vacationer should know
free hotel attractions, free tours, free exhibits, free demonstrations, free family entertainment, free museums, and free
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please go to www.informationguides.net Robert Andrews is a retired engineer who first came to Las Vegas when he was ten. He knows Las Vegas inside and out. He loves
glitzy, kitchy, glamorous, and the downright outrageous life style of the city.