I was in Vegas Dec 6th-9th. I've been hitting Vegas a few times a year, for several years and I've always rented a car. Wasted countless hours scouring around for coupon codes and comparing rates. trying to get the best deal. For this last trip, we rented a car, but decided to download Lyft and give a whirl to see if it really lives up to the hype. My traveling buddy got in town several hours ahead of me, so she'd already rented the car. I got into LAS at almost 11pm, and I didn't want her getting out to pick me up, so my first ever Lyft ride was from McCarran to The Platinum Hotel. Cost was 6.84, plus a tip. We did some running around in the rental but for the most part when we wanted to get around on the strip without dealing with valet/parking, we just grabbed a Lyft. We saw a concert at T-Mobile and Lyfted there too. The most we paid for a ride including tip, was 11 bucks. We never waited more than 2 minutes for our driver. I just booked for February and do you think I'm renting a car? Hellll no! No more shuttle bus, and waiting for a car which can take up a good hour after you land. No more waiting around on valet, paying to park, self park, etc, etc. It's so liberating to have more getting around town options.