Newer Vegas Brings Higher Prices

Tuesday, 12 November 2013 by

Las Vegas is undergoing a major facelift. I think it’s great because I love new things but other people may find it sad that places and things that they came to love are no longer available. While I’m looking forward to the completion of SLS Las Vegas some people will never step foot in the new

Literally, the biggest news in Las Vegas was that renderings for the future arena behind New York-New York and Monte Carlo hotels were released. The 20,000 seat arena will be a joint venture between MGM Resorts and AEG, who has arena’s all over the world. The unnamed arena won’t open until 2016 but there are

Fine dining and great shows are big attraction to visiting Las Vegas but there is one constant that has always been a draw – the casino. Even though there is casino gaming in just about every state in the country today, Las Vegas is still seen as the gaming capital of the United States. Casino

Downtown Vegas is Booming!

Monday, 04 November 2013 by

There are so many new bars and restaurants opening and there new casinos and attractions bringing people to the area that things in Downtown Vegas are beginning to get out of control. Out of control isn’t necessarily a bad thing in this case but between locals and tourists there are a lot of people visiting the smallish Fremont

It’s always exciting when a new casino opens its doors. The grand opening of Downtown Grand isn’t for another couple weeks (11-12-13) but they decided to have a soft opening to work out some of the kinks. The only kinks I ran into at Downtown Grand was the awkward valet and parking and 80 MPH

Window Shopping Las Vegas on The Cheap

Wednesday, 30 October 2013 by

There are a lot of ways to spend the day in Las Vegas with spending little to no money. One of the best ways to enjoy the Vegas Strip is to do some window shopping. I’m talking about the traditional way to go window shopping and non-traditional way to go window shopping. There is a

Vegas Strip Construction Update

Monday, 28 October 2013 by

I don’t like to think about this in October but the year is coming to an end. The stores are skipping over Halloween decorations for Christmas and the Vegas nightclubs are heavily promoting their New Years Eve parties. With that in mind I figured that it’s a good time to look at where are the

Best Bargain Dining In Vegas

Monday, 28 October 2013 by

It’s increasingly more difficult to find bargain dining in Las Vegas. The $1.99 all you can eat buffet is long gone. Most dining that has been introduced in the past few years either comes with a celebrity chef’s name attached or a hefty brand name. Even fine dining has seen price increases. A gourmet burger

Saying how great Las Vegas is never gets old. Not only are there new hotels, restaurants and activities every week but it’s sunny 95% of the year. As always there is a lot of show and dining news but I’d like to start with an new activity at your disposal for your next visit to

We look at different ways to save money in Las Vegas every week. There are ways to spend next to nothing but that involves a little work. If you are looking for a simple way to save money in Vegas plan a weekend downtown. Downtown Vegas may be undergoing major renovations but they’re mostly modest

Sports Betting Apps Review

Tuesday, 15 October 2013 by

Football is the most popular sport in the Vegas sportsbooks. There is more money wagered on pro and college football than all other sports combined. Beyond the casino fantasy football is a huge business. All of this helps the ratings on TV where football games are continually top of the ratings for all sports. We’re

One of the most appealing aspects of visiting Las Vegas is that it’s different every time you visit. Some of the changes might be subtle; like a new show or restaurant. Some of the changes are huge like the giant Ferris wheel being built in the middle of the Vegas Strip. Then there are cultural

Doing Las Vegas on a Tight Budget

Thursday, 10 October 2013 by

So, you want to do Las Vegas on a budget but you’re okay spending some money – just not a lot of money. If it’s possible to experience Las Vegas in about $20 a day it’s more than possible to experience it with a little more money. Start saving and exploring by staying off the

Las Vegas changes often. It keeps people on their toes. That’s almost always a good thing. A few years ago Flightlinez brought ziplining to the Fremont Street Experience in Downtown Vegas. It was fun to zip (or at least watch people zip) across Fremont Street. During the day it was cool but at night when

If there’s one thing that’s great about Las Vegas is that it’s always changing. Shows come and shows go. While it’s sad when a show leaves it just opens the door for something awesome to appear. Goretorium announced it will be closing its doors this week. It’s a shame that a show fit for Halloween

Players Club Freebies

Tuesday, 01 October 2013 by

It’s not often that you can get something for nothing in Las Vegas but it is possible. For example, some of the off-strip hotels offer free shuttle services for you to explore their properties. On face value you’re getting a free ride to a different hotel with no strings attached. The ultimate goal for the

Downtown Grand – Preview

Monday, 30 September 2013 by

Downtown Vegas is in the middle of a renaissance with new bars and restaurants opening regularly. That’s all been great to experience but possibly the biggest opening will be happening later this month. Downtown Grand is a new hotel-casino that is being built in the former Lady Luck space and then some. The Downtown Grand will

Last week the big news in Las Vegas was Britney Spears announcing that she will begin a two year residency at Planet Hollywood at the end of the year. Big news in Las Vegas isn’t always big news across the country but this may actually be a real big deal. TMZ is reporting that ticket

A Great Day in Vegas for $20

Thursday, 26 September 2013 by

In the 70’s, 80’s and even part of the 90’s it was very easy to have a great time in Las Vegas on $20 a day. It became a tradition and it still is even though Las Vegas on $20 a day isn’t as easy to achieve. Still, it’s possible. You may have to bend

New Things Happening in Downtown Vegas

Tuesday, 24 September 2013 by

Downtown Vegas has been revitalized, renovated and had a lot of additions over the past couple of years. Downtown Vegas is no longer “Old Vegas”and it’s no longer the place to go just to see what Las Vegas used to be like. The saying says “what’s old is new again” and Downtown Vegas reflects that remark. There