Since my notes on ‘very affordable’ Las Vegas are 98 pages long, we will focus on ‘free’ and ‘dirt cheap’ instead. There is a way to have a blast for next to nothing if you plan a little in advance. And you can still find free stuff if you know where to look.
Also don’t forget about hotel coupons that all hotels offer their guests. A lot of times there will be buy one get one free coupons that will really come in handy and consider finding out where all the locals hang out. More than likely they’ll be hanging out at places with good food at lower prices.
ARTS DISTRICT, DOWNTOWN – Here you will discover a varied mixture of galleries, a number of unique stores, and restaurants which are a short walk from Freemont Street which is called “18b”.
Love fancy restaurants? This is the time of year to have a great meal and maybe even get a 2 for 1 dinner at some of the nicer restaurants in town. Also you can look forward to longer happy hours and plenty of drink specials. Venture further South on the strip to South Point or Silverton for even better deals. Last year South Point had dollar drinks the entire month of December! Any drink including some shots.
For , shoppers save almost half off a Dasher print package of their photo with Santa Claus (including one 5″x7″ portrait and two 3.5″x5″ portrais) from Worldwide Photography (a .99 value). Santa is appearing at Meadows Mall, fashion show mall and the Galleria at Sunset Mall. Vouchers are good from Dec. 3-Dec. 22. Limit one per person, may buy two additional as gifts. Limit one per visit. Get this deal.
Music lovers booking flights to Las vegas must visit Showcase Mall to enjoy live music at Hard Rock Cafe. The three-story cafe has a bar, a restaurant and a retail store in addition to a concert venue. For chocolate lovers, the mall is nothing less than a heaven. M&M’s World in the mall is known for its chocolate themed fun. You can choose from wide array of chocolates that are available in various colors.
This property is the largest Super 8 in the world, centrally located one block from the Las Vegas Strip and just off I-15. Adjacent to the hotel is the Ellis Island Casino & Brewery, which is a great choice for high rollers who want to wine and dine. This great location also puts you with easy reach of many popular attractions in the city. For instance, the Marjorie Barrick Museum of Natural History is just 1.1 miles from away from the motel. Located on the main campus of the University of Nevada, the museum houses a rotating series of exhibitions featuring modern and contemporary art as well as a stunning collection of pre-Hispanic Mesoamerican ceramics, Mexican dance masks and Southwestern native crafts.