Las Vegas on a Budget for Seniors
Las Vegas offers countless discounts for seniors that know where to look for them; hotels, tours, airlines, and attractions target seniors with special offers because they are one of largest demographics that visit each year. Senior travelers can find great deals and savings on entertainment, lodging, sightseeing adventures and meals. Here is some starting information and tips on how to save money on your next trip to Las Vegas.
Hotel and airlines travel sites.These websites may take a more exploring, but they can offer great deals on hotels, rental cars and airline tickets.
Seniordiscountslasvegas.com is a great starting point for senior discounts as it contains hundreds of discounts arranged by categories for easy use. They have deals on entertainment, sports events, casino deals and more.
Las Vegas Entertain Guide.com offers travel deals for hotels, discounts, coupons and almost anything in the city. http://www.lasvegas-entertainment-guide.com/las-vegas-deals.html
HOTELS and CASINOS
Many casinos and hotels offer discounts on rooms to seniors. They also have certain times and days that they give incentives to senior players and gamblers. They include cash, meals and free prizes.
Marriott Hotels offer a 15% discount to travels older than 62 years or older at more than 3,600 of their Marriott properties. They currently have 6 different properties located in the Las Vegas City limit.
Circus Circus offers seniors 65 or older an additional 10% off room rates when they book a two-night stay!
Mondays at Silverton Casino Hotel offers seniors over 50+ a chance to win one of fifty prizes. Twenty names will be drawn at 2, 4, and 6pm with 3 winners receiving $500 worth of slot money and 12 winners receiving $100.
Seniors over 50 are eligible for the Orleans Casino promotion on Tuesdays that offers a 7X multiplier on slots from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Seniors get an extra extra 10% off already low rates on hotel rooms at the Stratosphere Hotel.
FOOD and BUFFETS
The Wynn Las Vegas buffet has been voted the best buffet in Las Vegas for the last 2 years. It is a little expensive at $30 per person for dinner, but it is worth the price if you can afford it.
The Fremont Hotel and Casino doesnt offer a discount for seniors, but they do have one of the best and cheapest buffets in town. Breakfast is $6.99 (7:00 AM to 10:30 AM), lunch is $7.99 (11:00 AM to 3:00 PM) and dinners start at $13.99.
SPECIAL TRAVEL NEEDS
Travelers who require oxygen therapy can rent portable oxygen concentrators for flights and trips to Las Vegas. Oxygen Concentrator Store offers a 5% discount on oxygen concentrator rentals. Mention the coupon code is 5LASVEGAS when you contact them.