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Las Vegas from Toronto Jan 19 deals?

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Las Vegas from Toronto Jan 19 deals?

Looking to go away to Las Vegas for a couple nights this upcoming weekend. Are there any deals? Looking to spend around $1200 max for the two of us.
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Seems like a very bad weekend to go. Must be an event at that time. Even crappy hotels like stratosphere want $180 a night.

Maybe go a different weekend?
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moulamou wrote:
Jan 14th, 2019 10:49 am
Seems like a very bad weekend to go. Must be an event at that time. Even crappy hotels like stratosphere want $180 a night.

Maybe go a different weekend?
Long weekend, MLK day on Monday.

$1200 is barely a good night in Vegas. Not a weekend including flights and hotel.
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You can go for C$80 return if you happen to have 24,900 Aeroplan points. Just a heads up that Vegas is fairly cool this time of year. 11C right now at 5PM local. Colder at night.
Toronto is a very small part of Canada
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dont want to derail the thread, but what budget do we need for flights +hotel for two during match break or family day weekend? optimally we'd like to be in Ops budget for a 4star...realistic?
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There are 2 big trade shows happening at the same time...
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Vegas hotel price is deeply change with events.
Unless you have to attend that event, you may want to pick the week that there is no big event going on to save $ on hotel rooms.
I usually pick the time with no big event, no week-end and get a much better deal with flights and hotels.

I just came back from Vegas a month ago and only paid $600ish on a return flight to LAS from YYZ including 4 nights hotel at 5 stars Cosmopolitan which is in the center of the strip and the room with Bellagio Fountain view room.
I fly there on Tuesday and leave on Saturday morning.
When I walk around the strip, during the week, it is very easy to browse around and on a Friday night, it is packed!
Not to mention, restaurant or buffet, attracations has less line ups on the wk-days.
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MP3_SKY wrote:
Jan 15th, 2019 5:50 pm
Vegas hotel price is deeply change with events.
Unless you have to attend that event, you may want to pick the week that there is no big event going on to save $ on hotel rooms.
I usually pick the time with no big event, no week-end and get a much better deal with flights and hotels.

I just came back from Vegas a month ago and only paid $600ish on a return flight to LAS from YYZ including 4 nights hotel at 5 stars Cosmopolitan which is in the center of the strip and the room with Bellagio Fountain view room.
I fly there on Tuesday and leave on Saturday morning.
When I walk around the strip, during the week, it is very easy to browse around and on a Friday night, it is packed!
Not to mention, restaurant or buffet, attracations has less line ups on the wk-days.
That sounds like an amazing deal. How did you book it? Separately? Through the hotel?
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JayTee1 wrote:
Jan 16th, 2019 12:34 pm

That sounds like an amazing deal. How did you book it? Separately? Through the hotel?
Air Canada Vacation.
It was high 400s if I only choose the cheaper hotels.
Paris was at 560s.

Again, it was in mid December and no events. That's why it is so cheap.
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MP3_SKY wrote:
Jan 16th, 2019 2:46 pm
Air Canada Vacation.
It was high 400s if I only choose the cheaper hotels.
Paris was at 560s.

Again, it was in mid December and no events. That's why it is so cheap.
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I was there mid dec too...was the cheapest (aside from 2008) I have paid in a long time..I will be back there week after superbowl too....it was a nice mid december getaway for real cheap (for 3 of us) that I think will become an annual visit...not a lot of crowds..and we upgraded to a suite for virtually nothing.

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