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How to Save Money in Las Vegas Part 1

It is very easy to get stuck in a Las Vegas casino gambling from early in the morning until late at night without ever going outside to see the sun, losing lots of money in the process. So the best way to limit losses and max out a profitable Vegas trip is to make sure not to spend the entire time gambling and find the best bargains along the way. 

For example, plan to get away from the tables for at least one night and see a show on the Vegas Strip. There are discount tickets available just about everywhere either through your hotel or one of the brokers around town. Unlike most ticket brokers in major cities, Vegas companies are constantly trying to unload seats for many of the most popular shows. Your hotel may be able to comp you tickets for one of their shows based on your gambling play, which is why it is always important to ask about any special discounts or promotions currently offered to guests when you check in.

Hotel promos are not just limited to shows either. Dining can be very expensive if you do not take advantage of the numerous discounts available for tourists. Some hotels will give you a coupon book upon your arrival with discounts on restaurants, drinks and other amenities throughout their property such as the spa and buffet.

These are just a few ways to save money during your gambling experience when you are not gambling. But the coupons do not stop there, as most casinos will also give you the chance to make money and comps while gambling. From free slot play to cash drawings and more, you can earn more opportunities to win just by using a players club card at different casinos. In fact, one of the first things you should do after checking in at your own hotel is sign up for a free players club card. Some hotels will sign you up at check-in, and you may even be able to earn a free night or other comps for your next trip to Vegas. The more gambling you do, the more you earn, so why not cash in?

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