Casino loyalty clubs (commonly known as players clubs) are a great way to receive discounts and comps in Las Vegas. Earning rewards in Las Vegas that can only be used in Las Vegas isn’t convenient for most people who travel to Las Vegas. Thankfully, there are multiple casino operators that have casinos in Las Vegas and around the country. Not only can you earn and redeem points close to home but you can keep your account active by visiting local casinos in between visits to Las Vegas.
Independence Day around the United States is July 4th. Depending on where you live Independence Day may or may not be celebrated on that day. Las Vegas doesn’t have time to wait around to celebrate most holidays. This year the Independence Day celebrations in Las Vegas take place before July!
Independence Day celebrations in Las Vegas start as early as June 30th. Hears a look at casinos around Las Vegas where that you can find 4th of July fireworks celebrations in Las Vegas this year.
There are plenty of foodie events in Las Vegas throughout the year. However, none quite match the convenience of Las Vegas Restaurant Week. Now in its 12th installment, Las Vegas Restaurant Week gives restaurants in Las Vegas and their customers the opportunity to give back through the culinary arts.
Almost three out of every four visitors to Las Vegas spend some time and money gambling. According to the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority’s Visitor Profile, 74% of people visiting Las Vegas gambled in 2017. That’s the highest percentage of visitors to Las Vegas that have gambled in the past five years.
Earlier this year MGM Resorts International revealed information on a study they commissioned called “Truth About Entertainment.“ More than 90% of respondents in the United States say that entertainment is a fundamental contributor to their health and happiness. Overall, the study revealed that people all around the world live for entertainment.
Just like that…Monte Carlo became Park MGM.
It feels as though we’ve been writing about the conversion of Monte Carlo to Park MGM forever. The renovations have been slow and will continue through the rest of the year. However, the name of the casino has changed and so have many of the venues inside.
The 49th annual World Series of Poker (WSOP) is upon us! The WSOP is one of the longest-running poker series of tournaments. Cards go up in the air for the first tournament on May 29. Events on the schedule for the 2018 tournament at the Rio include a tournament festival consisting of a comprehensive slate of the game’s most popular poker variations.
The Vegas Strip is one of the busiest tourist areas in the world. Like most touristy locations the prices of everything can be higher than anyone sees at home. Many visitors understand this and plan appropriately. Budgeting for a vacation is never fun so hopefully, we can help.
There’s always something new happening in Las Vegas. Today we want to look at three very different new things to see and places to visit Las Vegas this summer.
Every year the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA) releases a visitor profile of the people that made trips to Las Vegas during throughout the year. The profile does 300 in-person interviews every month. You can probably deduce that the visitor profile encompasses only 3,600 people. This is just a small fraction of the 42 million people who visited Las Vegas in 2017.
We’re going to go inside the job today. Every week I receive updated Las Vegas show listings from different casinos. If I write about shows it’s usually because there’s something new or an interesting theme.
For some reason, all of the shows at Caesars Entertainment properties stood out this week. Not only are there a lot of shows but there’s a wide variety in the types of shows. This should help if you’re looking for some ideas on things to do on your next visit to Las Vegas.
We typically keep this blog to the news in Las Vegas, things to do when visiting, and ways to get the most bang for the buck when in town. Today will be a little different but at the end of the day, everything comes back to Las Vegas.
Star Wars: Secrets of the Empire is a first-of-its-kind location based multi-sensory interactive adventure that takes place in a galaxy far, far away. The new virtual reality (VR) experience is now open at the Grand Canal Shoppes inside the Venetian. Tickets are on sale now, beginning with a 10 am showing.
After seemingly years of rumors, the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino has been sold. The most recent rumor had Virgin Hotels purchasing the Hard Rock. This rumor was also confirmed when Virgin Hotels announced the purchase at the end of March. Don’t worry, the Hard Rock isn’t going away just yet.
The Beatles Love is one of the most popular Cirque du Soleil shows in Las Vegas history. Nearly nine million guests have seen the show since it opened at The Mirage in 2006. Whether they’re fans of The Beatles or Cirque du Soleil, many of those nearly nine million guests have seen the show more than once.
The Nevada Gaming Commission has approved the ownership transfer of SLS Las Vegas to The Meruelo Group. The casino-hotel built on the bones of the Saraha was previously owned by Stockbridge Capital Group. The Meruelo Group adds the 1,616-room, three-tower resort-casino, including the W Las Vegas to its casino holdings which include the Grand Sierra Resort in Reno, NV.
This summer the free concert series at the Fremont Street Experience returns once again. The mall of casinos has free entertainment all year ‘round but the summer series takes the entertainment to another level. The summer concert series brings nationally touring bands that you’d typically pay to see. Instead, you can see the bands for free during a beautiful Vegas night.
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