You tend to not think about home and real life when you’re in Las Vegas. It’s understandable since that’s often the purpose of visiting Las Vegas. However, one of the best ways to find discounts in Las Vegas comes from your home life. Many of us have a membership with the American Automobile Association and rarely think about it in Las Vegas because we’re not driving. It still might not be front of mind even if we are driving.
 
Heck, I have AAA and live in Las Vegas and rarely think about the discounts it offers when I’m wanderings Las Vegas like a tourist. AAA is a great resource for discounts wherever you are. They currently have well over 150 discounts available in Las Vegas. There’s even a free “perks” book that members can order.
 
While all of the discounts are geared towards local residents, you’ll find many that you can use wherever you’re from. Here’s a quick look at the AAA discounts in Las Vegas that would appeal more to people visiting.
 
Hotels
 
MGM Resorts (Aria, Bellagio and more) – Save 10%
Marriott (Cosmopolitan and more) – Save 5%
Best Western (Casino Royale and more) – Save 10%
Hilton and Double Tree Hotels (Tropicana, Elara at Planet Hollywood and more) – Save 5%
Embassy Suites (Elara at Planet Hollywood and more) – Save 5%
Four Points by Sheraton (Westin and more) – Save 15%
 
Shows
 
Blue Man Group – Save up to 30%
Cirque Du Soleil – Save up to 20%
 
Restaurants
 
Chart House – Save 10% on food and non-alcoholic drinks
Hard Rock Cafe – (All locations) Save 10% on food and non-alcoholic drinks
 
Travel
 
Dollar Rental Cars – Save 10%
Hertz Rental Cars- Save 20%
Thrifty Rental Cars – Save 8%
 
Other
 
Exotics Racing – Save 10%
Miracle Mile Shops – Free Coupon Book
Super Shuttle (to and from airport) – Save $2 per person
UPS Store – Save 15%
Ticketmaster – Save up to 50% on tickets
 
TravelVegas.com has put together a list of AAA deals you can book online. Visit here.
 
There are plenty more AAA discounts available in Las Vegas, but most won’t be of interest to you unless you break your glasses, damage your car, and so forth. If you’re a AAA member looking to save a few bucks on your next visit to Las Vegas make sure you visit aaa.com to see if there are any deals available. You may be surprised with that you find.
 

Marc

Marc Meltzer covers Las Vegas, gaming and men’s lifestyle for various outlets. Check out his blog at Edge Vegas.
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