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Strip Tobacco Places?

Discussion in 'Misc. Vegas Chat' started by RealSolGlow, Jan 30, 2016.

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  1. RealSolGlow

    RealSolGlow Low-Roller

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    I've taken just 2 strips to Vegas and both were within the last year and I'm planning another one for sometime over the next 3 months or so. While I have plenty of smoke shops to hit up on my trip to my local MLife property to buy a Cohiba I am not aware of any decently priced smoke shops on the strip or just off it for decent priced cigars.

    I normally have about 3 Cohibas during a 4 day span and I've been buying them from the MGM cigar girls which are $30 a piece to which I normally tip $5 to them so $35 for a cigar that I am sure I can find cheaper somewhere along the way than the casino.

    Where are the good smoke shops in the area that are recommended for decent priced cigars?

    Thanks!
     
  2. Lovegas95

    Lovegas95 Low-Roller

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    Not sure of pricing for Cohibas, but Caesar's Forum Shoppes has a nice place.
     
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  3. gpenguins67

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    I hit casa Fuente when I was there in September. I don't think they even carry Cohibas. They only carry a few brands which are all his own cigars. (My friends and I really weren't a big fan of the Fuente cigars either, but I did like the bar and atmosphere).

    I don't know if the place is still there but if you are staying at MGM it is not too far. Head north up the strip and there is a small cigar shop right next to Smith and Wollensky steakhouse. just before you get to the Walgreens. Prices were higher than home but not outrageous. It is a tiny place and easy to miss but it is the same building as the steakhouse (look for the white and green building).

    Also, try doing a search on this site. There were a couple cigar posts the last month or so and one of them had good info on places to go.
     
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