Las Vegas Coupons
Where to find coupons for Vegas 'stuff', including online coupons you can print.
Just scroll down this page for the information.
Groupon tip: if you sign up for Groupon now and don't do
anything about it for a few days, they'll send you a 2 for 1 (one alcoholic drink included) Vegas buffet
deal. We just did it!
Summer 2014 Coupons: we have already explained this on
our special Vegas deals page, but we repeat it here so you don't miss it (otherwise just scroll down
this page on coupons info): some of the 'average' buffets (and a couple of good ones) are on offer via
coupons (25 per cent off and similar) you can purchase online and on the Strip, including Rio Buffet, Flamingo buffet, Spice Market buffet (Planet Hollywood), Monte Carlo buffet, Stratosphere buffet, Todai (Sushi buffet), Rio Seafood buffet and the super fresh Craving buffet (Mirage). These can be purchased
via tix4tonight (on their website and through their various stands on the Strip). Tips on
Coupons: when you buy a coupon be aware of the current price of the buffet or restaurant you want to go
to; calculate how much you are actually saving, since many 'coupon sites' add a fee for themselves
(more about this on our special Vegas deals page). Now,
let's talk about coupons in Vegas:
♥ ♥ ♥ SPECIFICALLY ON VEGAS
COUPONS: There are many ways to find coupons for Vegas buffets, rooms, drinks and other
offers; these vary from time to time and from season to season. On this page we'll explain the
most common ways as well as new ways to get coupons; we'll also talk about which websites may be best for Vegas
coupons, online and 'offline'.
When you are in Vegas: some of the best coupons for cheap dining are on the Vegas local
newspapers; these aim at the local clientele and the deals will be amazingly cheap. Some of
them will require a Vegas or Nevada residence ID but others are open to everybody who finds the
The Vegas taxis all carry booklets which, if you go through them, will offer some coupons, although in our
opinion they are not the best coupons you can find.
Some coupons are distributed in front of the resort (not the top end resorts, of course), such as
the usual buffet coupons you will be given often at the Planet Hollywood entrance.
Coupon Books for Vegas: one of the most famous ones is the American Casino Guide; we have a page
which lists ALL the coupons you can find here, so check the list before you rush to buy it: go to American Casino Guide
Online (part 1): another place to keep an eye on is yelp, since they often run coupon offers, like
50% off a range of Las Vegas restaurants and buffets, which is a nice money saver. It's currently only
available if you have a US-issued credit card, unfortunately; just type your chosen restaurant or buffet (or
spa, etc) + yelp and you should see their review and, more importantly, their current coupon offer on
that particular buffet IF they are running any offer. Like most coupon websites, you will find more coupons
for 'lesser-known' places and not for the most popular buffets or restaurants. It's a way for the
'lesser-known' places to be on the tourist map. But, for example, if you want a 50% off coupon for a
good Indian buffet in Las Vegas, then yelp will be running offer. Another useful website for Vegas coupons is
vegas4locals.com. You don't have to be a local to redeem the coupon unless specified on the
In Vegas: some coupons are distributed in front of the resorts (not the top end resorts, of
course), such as the usual buffet coupons you will be given often at the Planet Hollywood entrance, or in
front of the Harrah's resort; it really is about 'traffic'; if a specific resort goes through 'low traffic', there
will up the number of buffet offers, for example, in order to entice visitors to walk through their casino and
hopefully, perhaps after leaving a buffet, to stop and gamble.
More on Vegas Coupons:
More websites: there are other websites (besides the one mentioned above) offering coupons and
some of those sites are actually completely useless; they make you go from page to page, click to click and you
actually don't find anything worth finding. However, we have found a site which is, in our opinion, a
decent one for Las Vegas Coupons for absolutely everything; this is
nother one is redflagdeals: they have deals for everything but they also offer a large section on
Vegas deals. Then there's vegas4locals: they have a coupon section and many of those coupons are redeemable
by everybody. By the way, let us know which website you found most useful
for Vegas coupons and if you wish we will post your experiences on the best dining
coupons page): we love to hear from you! Some Vegas coupons are actually for sale at some kiosk you
will find along the Strip and, these days, also in the downtown area (such as tix4tonight); they sell discounted
shows and coupons for buffet and other restaurant meals. We have rarely found them really useful because in order
to obtain such coupons you have to pay the kiosk (or agency) a fee. However, some people have found good deals and,
if you have the patience to both line up to purchase the coupons or the discounted tickets you want, you are going
to find something you want for a reduced price, even taking into account that you have to pay a small fee to get
it. We don't have that much patience :). For new ways to get coupons, scroll to the end of the
The best coupons for the former Harrah's group (now called the Caesar's Entertainment Group) as mentioned
how to eat affordably in Vegas
, are obtained at the check-in desk of any of their Vegas resorts. You just walk in and ask for them. It's a
booklet with several offers, including many buffet 5-dollars-off per person special, which is actually a good deal,
especially for breakfast and lunch, where the prices are slashed quite nicely this way.
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to get coupons or comps (Online Part 2): go to Online Vegas Deals
How to get
free stuff in Vegas: go to this page
Breakfasts and late-night meals for 5 dollars or less: go
to cheap Vegas meals.
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