Traveling can be expensive, especially if a person isn’t aware of all the sites that they can use to save them more money than they could ever imagine! If you are planning a trip to Las Vegas, then you are going to want to use different sites (booking.com , skyscanner.com, cheapair.com and autoeurope.com) to ensure that you save as much money as you can on your trip. That savings can then be used for the attractions that you want to see or put to good use in the casinos.
Compare Cheap Flight Fares
The first thing that everyone needs to do when planning a trip to Las Vegas is find a flight there and back. You could go from airline to airline website to find the best price, but that could take hours! It is much easier to click on lookupfare.com, skyscanner.com, cheapair.com or booking.com and add your airports and dates of travel and let the site work its magic in mere seconds.
A quick search of flights on lookupfare.com reveals that a nonstop flight from JFK in New York City to the Las Vegas airport and back again will cost $328 on Delta Airlines. Another option would be to take JetBlue nonstop for $371. Cheaper fares are available if you do not mind a layover on your way home and traveling on different airlines. A nonstop flight out on Delta with a one stop layover on American on the way back is going for $241.
Deals & Discounts for Hotel Reservations
Once you have your flights secured and know exactly when you will be traveling, it will be time to book your room. You can do that by searching individual hotel sites or on booking.com as well, but you may have better luck on tripadvisor.com.
A search for rooms on The Strip on booking.com reveal some major savings. A room at Circus Circus is almost half price with a special deal of $76 per night. This hotel has an amusement park in the back, a circus and a casino up front, and a casino next door. It is on the older end of The Strip, but it is easy to hop on the bus to get to the other end in only a few minutes.
The Excalibur Hotel Casino is on the newer end of The Strip. Hotels.com has rooms there for a third off the regular price. At $84 a night, you can be in the middle of all the action at any time of the day or night.
The Flamingo Las Vegas is in the middle of The Strip. You will have multiple options if you book a room there for $137 per night. There is shopping across the street, numerous restaurants nearby, and a fabulous swimming pool with a lazy river in the back.
Best Car Rental Worldwide
While you may spend most of your time exploring The Strip, you will need a way to get there from the airport. You may also want to explore the area off The Strip a little. The easiest way to do that is to rent a vehicle. You can search specific car rental sites, but autoeurope.com makes the entire process much easier. Simply enter the location that you want to pick up your rental car, the dates that you will need it, and click search.
Quite a few options will pop on the next screen and you can narrow the choices down by clicking on the specific car groups that you are interested in. A Toyota RAV4 will cost you approximately $63 per day, while a Hyundai Elantra will be about $80 per day. Of course, if you want to look like you’re worth a million bucks as you drive through the streets of Las Vegas, you can rent a Cadillac XTS for about $190 per day.
You can reserve the car of your choice right online. It will be ready for you to pick up when you arrive at the airport. You can then take your car out to see the sights. When you tire of The Strip or you need to do something more adventurous.
Now that you have seen how much money you can save by using only these three websites. You should be well prepared to plan your trip. Of course, you will be saving a lot of time in addition to money. The time that you saved can be used for many things. It might best be used to book another trip on these sites using all the money that you are saving!