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Free Vegas Buffets & Dining Deals

The latest Las Vegas deals (free buffets, for example) are now on our Special Buffet Deals in Vegas page.  The following is information on general deals you can find in Vegas.


As you may already know, we are always ‘on the hunt’ for free buffets and free restaurant deals (and free hotel deals, for that matter!) and, luckily, they for come up all the time in Las Vegas. The secret is to know if there is a catch and, of course, where these free Vegas buffet offers are.


There are a number of Vegas buffets and restaurants who offer great value for money all the time. Some of them are so cheap that you may not care about a free entry at all, such as the cheap 24-hour ‘diners’ or the cheap breakfast some 24 Vegas restaurants have; the choices are endless. We are always on the lookout for the best deal and that must include edible and even good food, of course (no pointing eating cheap if it makes you sick!)


2-for-1 buffets and 50% off. If you walk around the Harrah's area all the way down to Flamingo, you will often find people distributing 50 per cent off or 2 for 1 buffets offers; you may find them also outside the Paris or Bally's (we were told by several people we met at buffets) but we found them in the area between Harrah's and Quad.  Those buffet offers were for the Flamingo buffet.  By all means, if you need to eat something quickly, it's a good buffet deal for the Strip; however, given that the Flamingo buffet is not a good buffet in our opinion, you may want to skip it altogether or keep it for when you just want a bite and don't wish to spend anything beyond a handful of dollars.   Some people we met at the Paris buffet said that they were given a set of 2-for-1 buffet coupons by timeshare presentations reps without even having to attend, but only chatting with them for a few minutes.  I would recommend trying it, whilst however being very careful not to get sucked into what they are selling (timeshare and similar):  just chat with them briefly, get the buffet coupons and leave.  

All Day Buffet Free if you book special discounted dates with Monte  Carlo.  The regular all day pass at Monte Carlo is 34 dollars for one adult (42 during the more expensive weekend), making this a good deal if you are interested in an-all day buffet pass (though, eating at the Monte Carlo buffet is not a 'wow' experience to say the least.  If you don't find the deal directly on their website, check smartervegas for room and buffet deals.  When you do, bear in mind that some of Monte Carlo 'standard' rooms are not luxury.  You can see this from our recent video of a Monte Carlo level entry room.

♥ Luxor and Excalibur buffets:  a combined all day pass offer. Luxor buffet and Excalibur buffet all-day offer: these 2 Vegas resorts have combined forces and are now offering a special buffet offer whereby you can choose to eat at any of these 2 buffets all day long for a fixed price of 32 dollars. If you are staying at any of these 2 resorts it's probably worth considering: Luxor has an average buffet (you can read about it on this page) but 32 dollars is a good deal in Vegas for an all-day-pass, if you plan to eat a lot, of course. It will be a lot of food and probably not the best option if you suffer from stomach issues, but if you are a strong eater and you don't care about upscale, gourmet food, then it's a good option to consider. You can read more on this offer on


Gold Coast Seafood buffet special. Currently This Vegas hotel and casino has been offering (2014) a seafood buffet special every Friday from 4pm-9pm.  It's either free or largely discounted:  it's for all players card holders (the card is called B Connected, and you can sign up for free on the spot): Emerald card holders can enjoy this seafood buffet special for free, Sapphire card holders receive 2 for 1 and Ruby card holders (pretty much anybody who has just signed up and not accummulated any significant number of poitns) receive 50% off after earning 10 points (which is very easy, all you have to do is play very little at their casino whilst using their B Connected card).    

The Gold Coast buffet is not the best in Vegas to say the least (it's very plain and small, lately everything seems to be served without much care, unfortunately), but their seafood special draws quite a local crowd so, if you are in the area (next door to the Rio, which has a much more expensive seafood buffet) you can take advantage of what is going to be (probably) one of the cheapest seafood weekend offer (weekend buffets are always much more expensive!). Since they can stop this offer without notice, always double check with any establishment by giving them a call and asking to speak to the buffet directly. 

At this point it's fair to highlight that, if you are in the Rio/Gold Coast area, you are much better off eating at the delicious and super cheap Palms buffet (if you click on the underlined words you will go to our page dedicated to this truly delicious and truly affordable buffet.

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