Activities and attractions can be pricey on the Las Vegas strip, but that doesn’t mean Vegas will run a wallet dry by the end of the trip shares Starpoint Resort Group. While the price for a show can be just as much as the price for dinner, there are some hidden perks and ways to bend a Vegas trip to cost a bit less, in the long run.
- Instead of going for a “three square meals a day” approach, consider going to a brunch buffet. With a wide range of all-you-can-eat food as low as $25 a person, it’s possible to knock two meals out of the day in just one sitting. These brunch buffets also offer complimentary cocktails, so it’s worth it to be able to pay a modest price for the price of two meals and a beverage, rather than paying that same amount twice for two separate meals.
- Drinking is free while gambling. When the waitress comes by to ask the gamblers if they want something to drink, they get to drink while enjoying their time at the slots, and the drinks won’t cost them a thing! However, it’s still important to tip the waitress, and the tip will still cost less than the drink, itself. This can be a good way to enjoy a tasty cocktail for a small amount of money while still participating in an activity you already planned to do.
- See a show with a meal included with the ticket. The prices for tickets are already expensive, even without the added amount for a buffet. Starpoint Resort Group suggests, seeing a show with an all-you-can-eat meal included can save a good chunk of money per-person when it comes to eating a great meal while enjoying Las Vegas’s finest selections for entertainment.