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Coupons DT Las Vegas

Discussion in 'Las Vegas for the Frugal (not Cheap)' started by Backagain1, Jan 23, 2016.

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  1. Backagain1

    Backagain1 High-Roller

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    Will be doing a week downtown this summer.
    Should we get a coupon book and if so which one is recommended?

    Do you have favorite downtown coupons?
     
  2. Ray

    Ray Tourist

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    Las Vegas Advisor is by far the best book we have found.
     
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    Backagain1 High-Roller

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    Thank you.
     
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    smerrian Low-Roller

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    LVA (Las Vegas Advisor) has a $38 cost plus cost of shipping the book to you. You can avoid shipping charges by picking up the book yourself at Huntington Press office behind the Rio Hotel if you have a car with you. The book is small enough to fit in your pocket because you must bring the book with you. Coupons must be ripped out in front of the casino personnel. (Something to do with previous fraudulent activity by people).
    ACG (American Casino Guide) has a $19 cost but can be picked up at any Barnes and Noble store. This book is a tome but you do not have to carry it around with you. You can just sign the ID card they give you in the middle of the book and rip out the coupons you want to use prior to your trip to LV.
    All casinos I have stopped in have let me use BOTH coupons at the same time except the El Cortez which only allows you to use one coupon, of any brand, per 24 hour period.
    The free play/match play more than pays for the cost of the books and the restaurant/buffet and hotel coupons are just icing on the cake!
     
  5. Backagain1

    Backagain1 High-Roller

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    Thank you!
     
  6. Proud Mary

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    I have purchased LVA the past 3 years but only end up using a few coupons b/c most of them are for DT and the stations and Roo and I prefer to stay on the strip. That said I still think I have at least broke even and tried some good places I wouldn't have used otherwise.
     
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    Wonderful! Thanks
     
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