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How to Control Accommodation Costs and Traveling Expenses during Your Las Vegas Tour?

Posted on June 15, 2011 | Travel TipsNo Comment

The city of Las Vegas reminds us of casinos, bright lights, concerts and hundreds of other ways of spending a fun time. People traveling to this American city, particularly those belonging to the middle income groups should however have a plan chalked out about how they should spend during their visit to Las Vegas. This will help them in ensuring that they don’t run out of money in the middle of the tour. This article will offer tips to help controlling your expenses while booking flights and hotels and reducing the cost of transportation during your stay in Las Vegas.

Getting Best Deals on Flights and Hotel Rooms
  • Contact the hotel directly for booking your room.
  • Before booking hotel rooms inquire about resort fees; otherwise, you may get surprised to see your bill while checking out. A number of casinos have recently eliminated resort fees; however, there are still some that charge these fees.

  • Checking into the hotel room in the middle of a week will allow you to get rooms at much cheaper rate compared to what you will get during the weekends.
  • You will get the cheapest possible deal on flight tickets online. Visit price comparison sites to know the best deals you can get on flights.
Controlling Transportation Expenses in Las Vegas
  • For people touring the city in groups, hiring a limo for taking them from the airport to the hotel would be the cheapest option. Airport limos will charge around $50 for every hour.

  • If you take a taxi from the airport, make sure it does not take the airport tunnel no. L-215. Moving through this route will increase both the cost and time required for reaching your destination.
  • If you have planned to travel extensively during your tour to Las Vegas, rent a car from a local car rental company. This will require you to spend less; taking taxis whenever you go out would have been much costlier. If you travel on a rented car, never use gas stations located on main strip; due to the convenient location of these stations, the prices are much higher there.
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