|Las Vegas Strip at sunset.|
1. The Vegas Power Pass
The Vegas Power Pass is a discount card that may be applied to some of the hottest attractions in town. Visit Hoover Dam, The Atomic Museum and take in a few laughs at The Comedy Club for one low price. In addition, the Vegas Power pass offers valuable discounts and coupons for the Fashion Outlet Mall, an hour of free play at GameWorks and so much more. The Vegas power Pass is good until midnight on the day of purchase and is one smart way to take in the sights at the price you want to pay.
2. Shop and Save With Coupons
Shop till you drop at the fabulous Las Vegas Premium Outlets North located in downtown Las Vegas. Regarded as a utopia for bargain hunters, the hunt gets hotter with the purchase of a VIP Coupon Book to rack up impressive savings on fine merchandise and international brands. The coupons may also be applied to the mall diners, restaurants and coffee houses for sensational year round deals.
3. Gaming In the Morning
First-time gamblers or those who prefer to take their time with the bets will do best to avoid the peak hours in the casinos. From blackjack to craps, the crowd can be whipped into a frenzy making the cautious gambler a bag of nerves. To avoid the hustle and bustle, make your way to the tables at the crack of dawn. The dealers are ready and waiting and can slow down the action until you get your bearings. Ideal for those who are throwing down their first bet or some need time to have the rules explained, sunrise gambling is a great time to have some quiet space and play at your own pace.
4. Hang On To Your Change Cup
Like any big city, you have to be careful of your belongings. When playing the slots, be sure to keep your eye on your change cup at all times. Thieves often work in pairs to distract and make off with the loot. Each slot machine has a flat surface to each side and that makes it easy to keep your change cup in plain view at all times. The slot machine side tables are there for your protection, so be sure to use them instead of the floor.
5. Cheap Ground transportation
Las Vegas Boulevard, aka The Strip, has a fast, efficient and economical way to get around town. The monorail runs down Las Vegas Blvd from Mandalay Bay Hotel south of McCarren International Airport to the end of The Stip at the Sahara. One or three-day passes are avaialble for maximum savings and may be purchased at the monorail stations at the MGM Grand Hotel Las Vegas, Balley's, Flamingo, Harrah's, the Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas Hilton and the Sahara. The monorail runs from 7:AM until 2:AM Monday through Thursday and extends to 3:AM Friday through Sunday. Beat the high cost of taxis and car park charges with the clean and scenic route on the Las Vegas monorail.