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Flamingo - under $20/night!

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by Haileylayne, Feb 6, 2014.

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  1. Haileylayne

    Haileylayne Tourist

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    I was looking around at dates and hotels for the next break I get from school - December - and somehow found Flamingo for $19.60 a night! I wasn't even planning on a December trip but holy cow at that price I HAD to book it!

    YAY for unexpected trips!!:beer:
     
  2. anonanon

    anonanon Low-Roller

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    Gotta love a good deal!
     
  3. DonnyC

    DonnyC VIP Whale

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    What site...what dates?
     
  4. wpete

    wpete High-Roller

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    Is that with a CET players card? If not then get a card and next time you can save another $19.60 a night.
     
  5. Haileylayne

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    Flamingo's website, December 15-18!

    For some reason it's showing as anywhere between $22-25 a night now.. Still a good deal!
     
  6. Haileylayne

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    Okay stupid question time - I have a Total Rewards card, is that the same thing?? If so, I didn't use it when booking.. Oh wellll:thumbsdown:
     
  7. paperposter

    paperposter VIP Whale

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    thats normal for that time period and also after new years before ces. ive seen it as low as 14$ ,it was great when there was no resort fees
     
  8. Haileylayne

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    Oh I bet it was wonderful! I looked at prices for that same time last year and it wasn't that cheap? Either way, it's a lot cheaper than the trip I'll be making in a few weeks so I'm happy:thumbsup:
     
  9. TRN

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    Nice find, for sure. If you would have logged into the TR website (you can make a login with the TR acct # on your card) you might have gotten better or free - but still, that's dirt cheap for mid-strip. Gotta love it.

    Have a blast!
     
  10. dewey089

    dewey089 Guru of Value

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    So for Gold card members that would be $40 a night.
    Above Gold card get a nice 50% discount bringing it down to the price you saw.
     
  11. vegasqc

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    dont forget the 18$ a night resort fee, if you cancel and try to rebook with your TR card it will probably be comped
     
  12. dewey089

    dewey089 Guru of Value

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    And the cool thing about saving that $18 resort fee is in actual savings it is $20.16. And that's every night.
     
  13. tringlomane

    tringlomane STP Addicted Beer Snob

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    Only if she's Platinum or higher. Fleas like me still have to pay.
     
  14. meatwad

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    Just don't go during NFR. Crowds can be alittle insane.
     
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    Flamingo has had low rates the last little bit, not sure why. I was able to book my parents (I'm checking them in under my name/players card) a room for $26 a night and that includes a friday and Saturday. Dates are end of April / Early May
     
  16. Haileylayne

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    Me too, I'm not Platinum or higher unfortunately:(
     
  17. Haileylayne

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    Oh wow that's awesome! I'm going in March and got my nights for around $40 but I remember paying around $80/nt just a few years ago for the same dates!
     
  18. Haileylayne

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    Ahh yes I remembered the resort fees! Would have been around $70 but after resort fees it's $120. And I really don't play enough to have anything comped but thanks for the info!
     
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    I'm Platinum and got 5 nights for $334 Fab Strip View at the end of May (and no resort fee).

    Price now for that time now are insanely high.

    I will be right by the Linq.
     
  20. Lady Fortuna

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    Nice one, Haileylayne! :thumbsup:
     
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