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From May 19, 2014 to June 20, 2014, a new travel deal will be available every weekday at 1:00 pm EST. But you have to be quick to get in on the deals, because they usually sell out very fast!
And you’ll save an additional 10% if you use your American Express card.
Deal for May 27, 2014 – Caesars Las Vegas Vacation Packages
Link: Daily Getaways Calendar
Today’s deals are for Caesars Las Vegas vacation packages.
The deal goes live today at 1:00 pm EST, so it’s best to have the site loaded on your browser and ready to click on the deal just prior to that time. There are only
a 65 deals available, so they’ll probably sell out quickly.
For all of these packages, travel must be completed by July 1, 2015, and you must book at least 30 days in advance. And, you can’t book these trips during Super Bowl Weekend or New Year’s Weekend, and all bookings are subject to availability. So you may have to be flexible.
Also, gratuities aren’t included in any of the deals. But airport transportation is included!
1. Be a Harrah’s VIP for $299
You can buy a Harrah’s Las Vegas VIP package for $299 (~$269 if you use your American Express card).
If you were planning on staying in a mini-suite at Harrah’s Las Vegas, the $299 VIP package is a great value.
If you stayed 2 nights on July 4, 2014, to July 6, 2014, you would save ~$546 (~$845 cost of room – $299 package) just on the room costs! Plus you get 2 buffet (unlimited food!) passes, free internet, and round-trip limo transfers.
And you’ll save another 10% if you use your American Express card. Your exact savings will depend on your travel dates.
2. Caesars Palace Luxury Getaway Experience for 2 for $1,540
You can buy a Caesars Palace Luxury Getaway for 2 for $1,540 (~$1,386 if you use your American Express card).
If you were planning on staying in a suite at Caesars Palace, the $1,540 Luxury Getaway package is a great value. However, certain suites are excluded and the terms state the type of suite will depend on when you book.
You’ll get round-trip limousine transportation between the hotel and airport with this deal.
This is a very expensive package (definitely not Big Travel with Small Money!). But you get 3 nights in a suite and a $200 dining credit which can be used at any Caesars Palace restaurant, including these celebrity chef restaurants:
You also get 2 show tickets at any of Caesars 8 Las Vegas hotels (subject to availability). Rod Stewart, Shania Twain, and Celine Dion are among the artists that perform at these hotels, so if you’re a fan this could be very good!
3. Caesars Palace VIP Getaway Las Vegas for $465
You can buy a Caesars Palace VIP Getaway for $465 (~$419 if you use your American Express card).
If you were planning on staying at Caesars Palace and want to take a gamble, the $465 VIP package might be worth it. However, the terms state the type of room will depend on when you book and not all room types are included.
However, you may or may not save money depending on when you travel.
For example, if you spent 2 nights at Caesars Palace August 16, 2014, to August 18, 2014, it costs ~$317. So you would save $148 paying cash instead of buying the package ($465 Caesars Palace VIP Getaway – $317 cash rate).
But if you stayed 2 nights at Caesars Palace on September 13, 2014 to September 15, 2014, you would pay ~$861. So you would pay $396 more if you paid cash instead of buying the package ($861 cash rate – $465 Caesars Palace VIP Getaway).
July, August, November, and December are generally the low season for Las Vegas. So if you book during those months you’re more likely to save money by paying cash instead of taking this deal.
4. Experience Nobu at Caesars Palace for $590
You can buy an Experience Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace package for $590 ($531 if you use your American Express card).
Like the Caesars Palace VIP Getaway, you might save money buying the package depending on your travel dates. But you could pay more.
But with this package, you also get in-room tea service and a dinner for 2 at Nobu Restaurant, worth $300. If you’re a foodie, this is an amazing deal because Nobu is a fine dining experience many folks can only dream of experiencing.
The terms and conditions of the deal say that the $300 food credit can be used for food and alcohol of your choosing. Gratuity isn’t included and if you spend more than $300 it’s on your tab. But you could enjoy an unforgettable meal for $300 at Nobu! (I may have to get this deal myself – but there are only 5 available!).
5. Parisian Escape in Las Vegas for $350
You can buy a Parisian Escape in Las Vegas for $350 (~$315 if you use your American Express card).
This could be worth buying if you wanted to stay at Paris Las Vegas.
If you stayed for 2 nights on July 4, 2014, to July 6, 2014, you would save ~$230 (~$580 cost of room – $350 package) just on the room costs! Plus you get dinner for 2 (worth $150), $150 spa credit, champagne, and ground airport transportation in Las Vegas.
Again, your exact savings will depend on your travel dates. This kind of travel isn’t my style, but if you like Vegas this is a very good deal!
With today’s Daily Getaways, you can buy Caesars Las Vegas vacation packages at a discount. And if you use your American Express card, you’ll save an additional 10%. There are very few (65) deals available.
Definitely check the cash price of the hotel 1st before you buy a package. In many cases it’s a very good deal, because some of the packages also include meals, show tickets, spa treatments, or perks. So do the math and see if it makes sense for you.
Remember, the deal goes live at 1:00 pm EST today. Good luck (in getting a deal and in Vegas!). 🙂
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