Everybody loves Las Vegas. The problem is that a couple days in Las Vegas, which 15 or 20 years ago was a really inexpensive vacation, can now set you back some big coin. One great way to save a lot of money in Las Vegas is to read my great article How to Find Great Las Vegas Weekend Hotel Deals this Summer. Another way is to check out the best site for booking Las Vegas hotels — Kayak.com!
Save Money With Vegas.com’s POOL and COOL Coupon Codes
However, if like some of my readers, you just want to book online and go—then I suggest you check the new fall coupon codes at Vegas.com (promo codes POOL and COOL issued in May 2016). Use coupon code POOL to save 10% your Vegas hotel bill. Use coupon code COOL to save $25 on an air and hotel package booked through Vegas.com.
The Best Site for Booking Las Vegas Hotels
I see a lot of advertised travel website deals—some are real and some are smoke and mirrors. I called out Hotels.com on one such sale a few weeks ago in my article Hotels.com vs. Hotel Tonight. I’m always offered a nice hotel promo code (15% off) when I book an airfare on Orbitz.com; however, those promo codes never seem to be worth a damn. The nice thing about Vegas.com promo codes is that (for the most part) they actually give you the discounts they advertise.
We ran some numbers on a July 26-29, 2016, Las Vegas hotel stay comparing Vegas.com to Expedia and Kayak. The prices below exclude resort fees, have the POOL promo code applied and were compiled on May 19, 2016.
Mandalay Bay $354.28 $509.60 $435.71
Caesars Palace $358.81 $347.91 $313.13
The Delano $372 $635.04 $542.94
Wynn $651 $797.69 $717.70
Hard Rock Hotel $96 $175.84 $148.36
Trump International $288.68 $348.60 $313.74
And the Victory Goes to KAYAK.COM
With the exception of Caesars Palace, KAYAK.com had the lowest prices for each of the hotels searched on the dates above. This is the first time I have even seen Kayak out duel Vegas.com. Not only did they win the face off, but Kayak blew away both Vegas.com and Expedia.
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