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CET Rate Trens Question

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by DonnyC, Oct 8, 2013.

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  1. DonnyC

    DonnyC VIP Whale

    Mar 23, 2012
    Trips to Las Vegas:
    I know, I know...

    I committed the ultimate sin...saw good rates and didn't book!

    I was looking out at July 2014 and September 2014. I was seeing (for the Flamingo) rates of $0 to $10 for weekday (on the rate calendar) and $50ish for weekends.

    Got back from a trip in August where we stayed at the Flamingo for 3 nights comped...didn't play much - went with wife.

    Got back, checked rates...still the same good low ones.

    Looked a week or so later to book...dum, dum, dum!

    $50 week day $150 weekend.

    I imagine some of that was based on my play. But, as we get closer to summer, or at lest what I saw for the summer of 2013, is that the rates decreased a lot.

    Is that a normal rate movement as summer gets closer?

  2. wishman35

    wishman35 VIP Whale

    Mar 24, 2010
    Trips to Las Vegas:

    For Caesar properties I have always noticed my reservation cost will go down the closer you get. I will probably stay level for awhile, spike when people start to book, and it comes down in the month and weeks as you get closer. As long as you dont mind booking and rebooking (or calling reservations), just book if you find a good rate and check periodically to get your rate adjusted.

    The only weekend to avoid unless you are going is EDC Weekend which will be the 3rd weekend of June (20th, 21st), those rates will be sky high.
  3. Darreningreenwood

    Darreningreenwood Low-Roller

    Jun 13, 2013
    Trips to Las Vegas:
    I would just keep checking back. I have watched the rates on the rate calendar vary minute by minute, so I wouldn't look too much into it. With looking that far into the future, I think we can almost guarantee that those dates will drop back to the $0-$10 range at some point.
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