The best way to get food offers and deals at Las Vegas casinos is to focus on spending money with a single casino company. The loyalty benefits jump as you spend money and climb tiers inside every loyalty program. Typically, the offers aren’t as good when you spread your money around with different casinos and operators.
 
Prior to living in Las Vegas, I spent the vast majority of my gambling money with one company. They treated me like gold so there was never a reason to look elsewhere on the east coast. That hasn’t been the case with me since moving to Las Vegas. I visit so many different casinos that it’s nearly impossible to stay loyal to just one. Having said that, I’ve been taking advantage of one casino making what seem to be once-in-a-lifetime offers.
 
You may have seen me spending a few days at the Cosmopolitan if you follow me on Twitter or Instagram. I’m not a high roller but the casino has been sending free room offers to some locals. These deals help to fill rooms and generate revenue for the property that is lost by fewer tourists visiting Las Vegas. Prior to the current deals, I’d receive a negligible amount of Freeplay that wasn’t worth driving the seven miles to the casino.
 
The Cosmopolitan is one of my favorite Las Vegas casinos so I’ve been jumping at the opportunity to enjoy the offers. Eventually, people will return to visiting Las Vegas again. This kind of offer will go to people who spend more than me. That’s cool and I expect the complimentary rooms, free play, and dining credit to go away so I’m enjoying it while I can.
 
These kinds of deals are how I explored the most luxurious properties in Las Vegas during the last great recession. At the time my work wasn’t affected negatively by the recession so I had money to spend. Similarly (knock on wood), coronavirus isn’t slowing down my current work and I’m able to enjoy some special offers.
 
Good deals in Las Vegas aren’t exclusive to the Cosmopolitan. There are plenty of low-priced or complimentary rooms available in Las Vegas. That could be drying up as the public becomes more comfortable traveling again.
 
Now might be the best time of the year to cash in on promotions from Las Vegas casinos. Whether it’s a loyalty club deal or a mass marketing promo, there are good offers to be found. These deals won’t last forever.
 
Many casinos are offering vaccines to workers. Most US citizens will have access to get their own vaccinations. People are regaining the confidence to go out and enjoy life. If you’ve been avoiding Las Vegas, this might be the time to strike on a deal. Of course, you’d have to be comfortable flying or driving to a busy Sin City.
 

Wynn Las Vegas Golf Promotion

Wynn Las Vegas is the only casino on the Vegas Strip with its own golf course. As such, playing a single round at Wynn Golf Club is expensive. A round of golf at the championship course at Wynn will cost $550. You can read about the experience here.
 
Good deals aren’t always cheap. Sometimes a good deal can be expensive and still offer value for the customer. That’s the case with a new golf vacation deal at Wynn. This deal is only available through June 30, 2021, so you’ll have to act relatively quickly.
 
A two-night Wynn golf vacation package starts at $595 weekday and $675 weekend. Again, each round of golf itself costs $550. When you add two nights at the hotel, you have solid savings. The deal includes the following:

  • Deluxe accommodations at Wynn Las Vegas or Encore
  • Complimentary room upgrades on select room types
  • One round of golf at Wynn Golf Club
  • 20% savings on shipping with Ship Sticks offering door-to-door service that makes traveling with golf clubs and luggage convenient, safe, and reliable
  • Choice of $100 credit for dining or use at The Spa at Wynn

The Wynn Golf Club is an 18-hole championship course designed by legendary golf course architect Tom Fazio. The course offers players a challenging and entertaining experience from the first drive to the last putt.
 
Altogether, the course sits on 129 acres of land at Wynn. The new course design has eight all-new holes and 10 reimagined holes following a redesign by Fazio in 2019. Par at this course is 70. The total yardage of the Wynn golf course stretches from 4,810 to 6,722 with a choice of four tees.
 
The signature 18th hole culminates on a green framed by a 35-foot-tall by 100-foot-wide waterfall for a truly spectacular finish.
 
Visit WynnLasVegas.com for more information.
 

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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