Travel to Las Vegas has never been more affordable – with deep discounts at Trump Tower and more. One of the most recent to add an on-line special to try and lure you to the city is the MGM Grand.
Take a moment and calculate the costs of your holiday. Then consider the 30% discount on in-house services you’ll get at the MGM if you use your Mastercard through February 28.
Room rates, separate from this promotion, are as low as $75/night. And when dinner is charged to the room in any of their award-winning restaurants, take an additional 30% off. You can take in the fabulous Cirque du Soleil show KA at 30% off. Relax at the MGM Grand spa and charge it to your hotel bill, another 30% off. http://www.mgmgrand.com/holiday/
Unlike Britney Spears, most of us can’t afford the Hugh Hefner suite at the Palms Casino & Resort. When we travel to Las Vegas we’re looking for room deals at Priceline.com , Travelocity, and other online merchants. However, the current economic conditions have caused many four- and five-star hotels in Las Vegas to offer deals – steals – that are well worth the cost of many flights.
Trump Hotel in Las Vegas – one of the newest and most luxurious hotels here – has just announced that they are offering rooms as low as $89 per night, with no minimum stay. When booking, just ask for their “Suite Escape” and you’ll get to stay in a Studio Suite. If the gold “T” on your door doesn’t impress you, perhaps the 500-thread count sheets and floor-to-ceiling 14 carrot gold-gilded windows will. Spending time at the spa is also not as expensive as it was just 30 days ago. Depending on the package you select, you could get up to a $50 spa credit for any of their services offered.
And since you’ll be in Las Vegas anyway (here’s hoping), why not consider booking a reservation to see Carrot Top perform at the Luxor? Book online and take advantage of a 20% discount on show tickets or call the Luxor at 702-262-4000 and arrange for a dinner and show for less than $100 per person. (Yes, you read that right.)
Talk about going to Vegas on the cheap. . .