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Discussion in 'Misc. Vegas Chat' started by MikeOPensacola, Oct 27, 2012.

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  1. MikeOPensacola

    MikeOPensacola VIP Whale

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    Is there a best internet travel site that anyone would recommend for Vegas package trips air/hotel? I know there are a lot of them and would be interested in people's experiences. Thanks.
     
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    I usually will use expedia or travelocity. have always had luck with them.

    I check out their rates and then I will go to the individual company sites and compare those rates.

    Sometimes it better to use the packages and sometimes not.
     
  3. OKC Gal

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    Smartervegas.com can be great. Las Vegas Advisor (not free).
     
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    SWAvacations. They have some good discount codes sometimes if they fly from your area. Also Allegiant air.
     
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    Would I be correct that it's not feasible to book an air/hotel package with sites like Expedia, Book It, etc. if you want to change hotels during your stay?
     
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    I use Expedia. When you book on there, there is a place where you put in dates and you can check a box that says you only need a hotel for part of your trip. You can then book a different hotel on there, or thru say a CET site. We stayed at Ballys in april and El Cortez Cabana Suites. We booked the Cabana Suites through Expedia and Ballys through the CET site.
     
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    Yes, I've seen that box that says "only need a hotel for part of the trip". So are you saying if I check that box I could select two different hotels through Expedia along with the airfare? And at a good price?
     
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    It doesn't let you book two different hotels bundled, have to book seperate.
     
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    OK, that's what I thought...thanks.
     
  10. DMSCR

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    Expedia. There are times they have last minute deals. If you catch it and you can leave at a last minute's notice, you can get some real bargains.

    Travelocity. If you have the Mobile App you can find some good deals there.

    Vegas Advisor. Good to look for codes.

    JetBlue. Sometimes I can find great deals there better than Expedia.

    Yet nothing beats having a player's card. Especially from Caesars Entertainment and MGM. Especially Caesars. There are many instances where you are comped and you only have to pay for airfare.
     
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