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specials and coupon books
Want to save
There are all sorts
of coupons, advertised discounts, "price off" and
2-for-1 coupons and coupon books available
everywhere. Some are posted on the web, others
must be picked up at various venues or are in the
slick cover magazines usually found in your hotel
room. Many hotel concierges, promotion booths,
bell captain's and information desks also offer
discount coupon books and Las Vegas magazines.
(We even got one from our shuttle driver on the
way to the hotel.) Ask for them! Don’t pay
full price if you don’t have to.
There are MANY shows that you can see
for half price (or a discount price) with a
coupon! Here are some currently running
"specials." Print them out and take the entire
page to the hotel’s promotions desk or box
office. (Some coupons and coupon books must be
picked up at the
Never pay for a booklet of
"price off" coupons. Las Vegas is
the coupon capital of the world. They will
be free everywhere you
|| There are
MANY shows that you can see for
half price (or a discount price) with a
coupon! Here are some currently running
"specials." Print them out and take the
entire page to the hotel’s promotions
desk or box office. (Some coupons and
coupon books must be picked up at the
Coupons and special
Here is a whole page off free
Discounts and Coupons for Las
Vegas Hotels, Las Vegas Car Rentals, Las
Vegas Shows, Las Vegas Dinner Shows, Grand
Canyon Tours, Las Vegas Vacation Packages, Las
Vegas Wedding Chapels, Grand Canyon Helicopter
Tours, Las Vegas Restaurants, Las Vegas
Attractions and more.
There are hundreds of free Las
Vegas coupons located
print them out and take them with you to enjoy
great discounts on some of the most popular Las
Vegas shows, tours, restaurants, attractions,
hotels, shopping malls, spas, salons, wedding
services, golf courses, rental cars,
nightclubs, museums, and the Grand Canyon! The
vast majority of the coupons do not require you
to be a Las Vegas local to redeem them, but the
few that do clearly state it.
And here is still another
has tons of Las Vegas discount coupons on
shows, hotels and attractions.
Still more Vegas
"We do it all"
||HALF PRICE SHOW
Tickets on many shows that have not sold
out. These shows are usually not
the high price, high demand production
shows. Tel: 877-849-4868)
Shows include headliners, variety, magic, comedy,
and showgirls. Tix4Tonight offers over
75 shows and attractions every day and
has distributed over 6 million
tickets over the past two decades.
.They have eleven
locations up and down the Vegas strip
and downtown Las Vegas.
They sometimes have last minute
tickets to some "always sold-out" Las
Vegas shows at a smaller discount.
Opens every day at 10:00 a.m. and
closes at 7 p.m. (Shows are posted at
9:30 a.m.) TIX4Tonight takes all major credit
cards, travelers checks and cash, but
not personal checks. You can call
them to see what they
Never pay money for
a coupon book that is sold. Practically
all are a profit-making venture for the
seller. There are plenty of free coupon or
"fun books" available all over Las Vegas.
Some require being a registered hotel guest
or joining a slot club at no cost.
Hint: Make it a practice
to ask for a free coupon book at a
hotel’s promotions or Player's Club"
Unless you know the box office price of the
"hard to get" show tickets or that a free
coupon offer does not exist, we also do not
recommend that you purchase Las Vegas show
tickets on Ebay. Most of the coupons listed
there can be found on the Web and printed out
at no cost. And many of the individual "hot"
hard-to-get show tickets listed are from
ticket vendors who price the tickets at a
huge markup over actual cost. But Ebay is
worth a look since once in a while we have
seen offers of below box office cost on some
very desirable shows. These are usually
"comped" tickets that the person does not
Another Hint: Check out the
coupons in the Las Vegas telephone book
Yellow pages. There are many
"What's On in Las Vegas" is
a valuable (free) twice a month magazine that
lists Las Vegas shows, sightseeing tours,
restaurants, shopping malls, and other
recreation and entertainment activities.
(Tel. (702-891-8811.) It is usually
distributed at no cost in your hotel room.
Inside you will finds all sorts of specials
and coupon savings. If there is not one in
your hotel room, ask your hotel's concierge
...or at the bell captain's or front desk for
Factoid: Six and a
half million people visit Las Vegas for the
first time every year!
Factoid: Sixteen of
the twenty largest hotels in the world are in