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Groupon Available for Paris Buffet

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by teachani, Apr 14, 2013.

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  1. teachani

    teachani Tourist

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    Figures my fist post is food related!?? I have been surfing for a month since booking my trip for the end of June. Passing this on since I don't think I have seen it on this board yet.

    http://www.jdoqocy.com/click-1880200-10817658?sid=VMBparisbuffet&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.groupon.com%2Fdeals%2Fle-village-buffet-at-paris-las-vegas-las-vegas

    Groupon for Paris Buffet, lunch or dinner only, drinks included: French cuisine is decadent and filling, although less so once you realize that eating the entire cloth napkin is politely discouraged. Bon appétit with this Groupon.

    Choose Between Two Options

    $36 for a lunch buffet for two (up to a $73.96 total value)
    •All-you-can-eat lunch for two (up to a $24.99 value each)
    •Unlimited drinks for two (a $11.99 value each)


    $45 for a dinner buffet for two (a $91.96 total value)
    •All-you-can-eat dinner for two (up to a $33.99 value each)
    •Unlimited drinks for two (a $11.99 value each)
     
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  2. VegasDave

    VegasDave Addicted

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    Thanks! Looks like a good deal if you are not a high rolling CET Total Rewards member. I am not and will think about this one!
     
  3. Candy Apple

    Candy Apple VIP Whale

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    I don't have a Smart phone

    Can you simply order, print a voucher and bring it along? Never ordered from Groupon because they make the terms sound complicated.
     
  4. SH0CK

    SH0CK Stylin' and Profilin' Quasi Tech Admin

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    Yes. Groupons are simple to use. Just print out the emails/confirmation and take it to the cashier.
     
  5. Candy Apple

    Candy Apple VIP Whale

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    Thank you.

    Is dinner that much better than lunch? (I don't care about crab legs)
     
  6. Bluto

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    you can always go for a late lunch and be there as it turns to dinner. but to answer your question, dinner isn't much better. paris is a great buffet, love the gnochi
     
  7. mdm4sfest

    mdm4sfest Low-Roller

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    I think I have had the Paris lunch buffet about 9 or 10 times...love it each and every time and have yet to be disappointed.
     
  8. mdm4sfest

    mdm4sfest Low-Roller

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    Also another weird thing is that the buffet is already $18 for lunch so the only benefit is getting the drinks...unless I am totally reading the groupon wrong.
     
  9. SH0CK

    SH0CK Stylin' and Profilin' Quasi Tech Admin

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    Lunch is regularly $24.99
    Dinner is regularly $30.99

    http://www.parislasvegas.com/restaurants/le-village-buffet.html

    Not to mention the unlimited drink selection includes "soft drinks, beer, wine, champagne, and well drinks." That alone is worth $18 per person to me :thumbsup:
     
  10. vegas4pools

    vegas4pools Low-Roller

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    Desserts?!
     
  11. Bluto

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    A very strong, albeit a bit small dessert station plus made to order crepes.

    It's one of the best buffets in town, probably the nicest decor too.
     
  12. daveg000

    daveg000 High-Roller

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    I bought one! My trip is going to be too crowded between MyVegas rewards and Groupons, but what a way to try new things!

    There is also an App for your phone to use your groupons.
     
  13. ValerieJo

    ValerieJo Low-Roller

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    Seems like a good deal for us low rollers.

    Bummer it's only good for 90 days after purchase. :cry:

    My trip is a little farther out.

    Thanks for posting.
     
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  14. Sam in Ut

    Sam in Ut High-Roller

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    My thanks to the OP for this. Since we'll be going next week and staying close by at Ballys, these groupons will be quite a savings for us. Matter of fact since our trip is for five nights and we'll be staying over the weekend, I purchased two. The Saturday night dinner should save me close to $20 for the two of us!
     
  15. Candy Apple

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    Would someone please let us know how long the lines are?
     
  16. Carlany2

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    They've sold over 5000 deals. So, I imagine if they all turned up together the queues would be quite long ;)
     
  17. Candy Apple

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    That's why I hesitate to buy one. The lines at Paris are long enough in the first place.
     
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