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5 nights in Las Vegas in August/September, including direct Virgin flights from LGW from £414.00pp with Virgin Holidays

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Came across some great deals with Virgin Holidays (and Atlantic) whilst searching for deals to Vegas in August/September. I ended up booking 5 nights in The Cosmopolitan with flights for £768pp as tha… Read More
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1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago
Came across some great deals with Virgin Holidays (and Atlantic) whilst searching for deals to Vegas in August/September. I ended up booking 5 nights in The Cosmopolitan with flights for £768pp as that is an amazing hotel however I saw other hotels available from £414 including direct flights when i booked.

Some of the other cheap dates I've found:

5 nights

31st August From £520

1st September From £523

2nd September From £499

3rd September From £447

4th September From £446

5th September From £492

7 nights

31st August From £549

1st September From £556

2nd September From £569

3rd September From £554

4th September From £523

5th September From £529
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1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago
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Be aware it can be about 40 degrees c in Aug
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We did vegas in 5 nights but needed a holiday when we got home lol

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#1
Great place to visit - not sure I'd want to go there for only 5 nights though.
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7 nights are available for not much more. I find 5 nights is usually enough for Las Vegas though! I guess it depends how you like to experience it X)
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Be aware it can be about 40 degrees c in Aug
1 Like #4
Nearly booked the Luxor then noticed in the small print that when you get there, they charge you $30 per night extra... Making it another $150 of sneaky money.

Couldn't see an option to make it 7 days. Saw the ability to tweak flights, but could only see one for +1 days time and that was $1,300 extra.
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Most hotels charge a "resort fee"
1 Like #6
vialli25
7 nights are available for not much more. I find 5 nights is usually enough for Las Vegas though! I guess it depends how you like to experience it X)

Did you go for a Fountain view balcony upgrade? I can never get tired of that view.
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drasim
vialli25
7 nights are available for not much more. I find 5 nights is usually enough for Las Vegas though! I guess it depends how you like to experience it X)
Did you go for a Fountain view balcony upgrade? I can never get tired of that view.

Didn't see that as an explicit option on the Virgin site. May ask for it when we get there, as Virgin do state on their website that you will be upgraded subject to availability.
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We did vegas in 5 nights but needed a holiday when we got home lol
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vialli25
drasim
vialli25
7 nights are available for not much more. I find 5 nights is usually enough for Las Vegas though! I guess it depends how you like to experience it X)
Did you go for a Fountain view balcony upgrade? I can never get tired of that view.
Didn't see that as an explicit option on the Virgin site. May ask for it when we get there, as Virgin do state on their website that you will be upgraded subject to availability.

On the website the cheapest Fountain view was an extra ~£300, but it should be cheaper to upgrade on the day. Do a bit of research on the rooms there before asking though. I booked a Terrace suite there once and on arrival they tried 'upgrading' me to the (in my opinion) inferior wraparound suite for an extra $30 pn.

Edited By: drasim on Mar 04, 2017 22:47
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what is a resort fee?
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shoeaddict2310
what is a resort fee?

Most hotels in Vegas charge a resort fee usually in the region of $30 a night to cover wifi, gym access and sometimes vouchers. Usually the ones that don't are timeshares or linked to them i.e. Marriotts Grand Chateau and Casino Royale.
Treasure Island can often be booked with optional resort fee, although you'll pay for Wifi per device.

Edited By: drasim on Mar 04, 2017 23:37
1 Like #12
VERY hot in late August. Cheap as Americans find it much too hot. April /May will be twice these prices. Good value if you can stand the heat!!
#13
Went last year for the first time and just booked flights to go again this year! Usually I'm not a fan of hot places but Vegas was a great heat, I loved it immediately whereas my girlfriend who loves the heat took a day or two to get adjusted to it. This was in June though, at 40°, not sure how hot it is in August. Would highly recommend it to anyone who's up for a good time. 5 nights really isn't enough though, we went ten days and still didn't get to do everything we wanted too due to stopping at every place we went into for a bit of gambling and drinks :)



Edited By: KyleGM on Mar 05, 2017 00:07
#14
Find it a different heat over there, not overbearing like some places. Great deal OP
1 Like #15
5 days is a lot but make sure you take a day trip to the Grand Canyon. Absolutely unbelievable site.
1 Like #16
Don't forget to try the $20 trick when you check in.
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BIGEYE
Don't forget to try the $20 trick when you check in.


What's that sorry
3 Likes #18
Don't forget to play myvegas on Facebook, some people say it's not worth it but we thought it was - got $50 drinks voucher in New York New York, buy one get one free breakfast buffet in Monte Carlo and buy one get one free monorail pass.
There's a book on Amazon for about £15 that has a bunch of coupons in the back for various things; food outlets, bars, casinos etc that's well worth the cost of the book.
Also use GroupOn as there's some fantastic deals on there, particularly for dining out.
I know that time of year it'll be hot but good/comfortable walking shoes are highly recommended!
Hunting for all the deals above meant I could spend more on big ticket items like a helicopter trip to the Grand Canyon and have a few cars round the track at Exotic Racing!
1 Like #19
If I was going to fly all that way I would want at least 2 weeks there.
#20
drasim
shoeaddict2310
what is a resort fee?
Most hotels in Vegas charge a resort fee usually in the region of $30 a night to cover wifi, gym access and sometimes vouchers. Usually the ones that don't are timeshares or linked to them i.e. Marriotts Grand Chateau and Casino Royale.
Treasure Island can often be booked with optional resort fee, although you'll pay for Wifi per device.

Resort fees are very common in the US/Mexico/Caribbean to cover leisure facilities. Five days is the right amount of time to do Vegas if you're not going to travel too far out of town and concentrate pretty much on the strip and canyon areas.
#21
povcast
Don't forget to play myvegas on Facebook, some people say it's not worth it but we thought it was - got $50 drinks voucher in New York New York, buy one get one free breakfast buffet in Monte Carlo and buy one get one free monorail pass.
There's a book on Amazon for about £15 that has a bunch of coupons in the back for various things; food outlets, bars, casinos etc that's well worth the cost of the book.
Also use GroupOn as there's some fantastic deals on there, particularly for dining out.
I know that time of year it'll be hot but good/comfortable walking shoes are highly recommended!
Hunting for all the deals above meant I could spend more on big ticket items like a helicopter trip to the Grand Canyon and have a few cars round the track at Exotic Racing!

what is the amazon book called please? Also, can we use the US groupon from the UK?
#22
rorybreaker69
povcast
Don't forget to play myvegas on Facebook, some people say it's not worth it but we thought it was - got $50 drinks voucher in New York New York, buy one get one free breakfast buffet in Monte Carlo and buy one get one free monorail pass.
There's a book on Amazon for about £15 that has a bunch of coupons in the back for various things; food outlets, bars, casinos etc that's well worth the cost of the book.
Also use GroupOn as there's some fantastic deals on there, particularly for dining out.
I know that time of year it'll be hot but good/comfortable walking shoes are highly recommended!
Hunting for all the deals above meant I could spend more on big ticket items like a helicopter trip to the Grand Canyon and have a few cars round the track at Exotic Racing!
what is the amazon book called please? Also, can we use the US groupon from the UK?


We used restaurant.com and bought gift certificates for places we wanted to eat really cheaply
#23
rorybreaker69
povcast
Don't forget to play myvegas on Facebook, some people say it's not worth it but we thought it was - got $50 drinks voucher in New York New York, buy one get one free breakfast buffet in Monte Carlo and buy one get one free monorail pass.
There's a book on Amazon for about £15 that has a bunch of coupons in the back for various things; food outlets, bars, casinos etc that's well worth the cost of the book.
Also use GroupOn as there's some fantastic deals on there, particularly for dining out.
I know that time of year it'll be hot but good/comfortable walking shoes are highly recommended!
Hunting for all the deals above meant I could spend more on big ticket items like a helicopter trip to the Grand Canyon and have a few cars round the track at Exotic Racing!
what is the amazon book called please? Also, can we use the US groupon from the UK?

Yeah you can, there's a bit of trickery to sign up if I recall, but it works
#24
povcast
Don't forget to play myvegas on Facebook, some people say it's not worth it but we thought it was - got $50 drinks voucher in New York New York, buy one get one free breakfast buffet in Monte Carlo and buy one get one free monorail pass.
There's a book on Amazon for about £15 that has a bunch of coupons in the back for various things; food outlets, bars, casinos etc that's well worth the cost of the book.
Also use GroupOn as there's some fantastic deals on there, particularly for dining out.
I know that time of year it'll be hot but good/comfortable walking shoes are highly recommended!
Hunting for all the deals above meant I could spend more on big ticket items like a helicopter trip to the Grand Canyon and have a few cars round the track at Exotic Racing!
What is myvegas on Facebook?
#25
The book is 'American Casino Guide', MyVegas is a slots game on Facebook that has loyalty rewards, also has mobile apps which includes blackjack. Finally yes you can use the US Groupon with a UK card, can't remember quite how it worked (possibly used the hotel as my address as I did do that for something..) but it was no problem with my Mastercard.
#26
aidie
Be aware it can be about 40 degrees c in Aug
Yes it is very hot they still use Fahrenheit I was there one summer it was 99 degrees F at midnight. The heat is very dry though so does not feel as uncomfortable as higher humidity regions. Virtually all buildings are air conditioned.
1 Like #27
we did Vegas for a week. while there is still so much to see i think 5 days is enough as it's exhausting. We went to Hawaii after for a rest and needed it.
#28
Price keeps flicking between £414 and £834 for me.

Might be a glitch given the same direct Virgin flights at over £700 by themselves.
#29
Vegas is an experience, but I feel now everything is aimed at separating you from your money one way or another. I'd recommend anyone to go see the Hoover dam people and take a walk on the new Mike O'Callaghan-Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge pedestrian footway - the bridge bypasses thru traffic from the dam now. A great view of the dam from above, ideal for photos, the next best thing to an aerial photo. BTW if you get married in Vegas, you're married everywhere!!!
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Can you oped in or out of the $30 fee like if you don't want to use the wifi and gym, if not this should be included in the price of the hotel when booking shouldnt it !
#31
Shame it's not from Manchester.
#32
£914 now, whatever offer it was its gone
#33
At most hotels the resort fee is mandatory.

We spent 14 days based in Vegas in late August/early September 2015 and could easily have stayed longer. But we didn't stay in Vegas all the time, we had a car and also drove to the Grand Canyon, Los Angeles, Lake Mead, Hoover Dam, Mount Charleston, Red Rock Canyon. Don't think I'd want to be on the Strip all day and night for a week, but we loved staying in Vegas as a base and are keen to return back soon.

As for these deals, I don't find them that great as the really good hotels (e.g. Palazzo) are coming in at £3k for 2 people for a week. When we went for 2 weeks I booked the flights and hotel separately, stayed at Palazzo, paid around £2800 for both and the flights gave us the chance to visit Niagara Falls on the outward stopover. For me, if I'm going to go that far, I like a 6-10 hour stopover both ways to get a chance to spend time in another city.
#34
Seems the cheap prices has disappeared for the dates in the link. However if you play around with the search dates you can still find great deals. I just searched for the week after and could still find it as cheap as £523.

Edited By: vialli25 on Mar 05, 2017 13:09
#35
vialli25
Seems the cheap prices has disappeared for the dates in the link. However if you play around with the search dates you can still find great deals. I just searched for the week after and could still find it as cheap as £540.
:(
1 Like #36
mrspydey
vialli25
Seems the cheap prices has disappeared for the dates in the link. However if you play around with the search dates you can still find great deals. I just searched for the week after and could still find it as cheap as £540.
:(

As I said, the deals are still there, just not for the original week I booked for. I found lots of cheap deals around end of August or beginning of September so try adjusting the dates/duration of holiday to see what comes up.
#37
yeah found for 550 for 7 nights

Edited By: mrspydey on Mar 05, 2017 13:22
#38
https://www.travelsupermarket.com/en-gb/holidays/results/5310a3fa823ab0522c0a32d4/528cc28fe4b0ec1df53d62f5/2017-11-21/7/?room=A2

If you look on Travelsupermarket it looks like you can go for £550 ish for a week at different times going through Expedia, which isn't bad as ive seen flights at £450 plus before
#39
dawyldthing
https://www.travelsupermarket.com/en-gb/holidays/results/5310a3fa823ab0522c0a32d4/528cc28fe4b0ec1df53d62f5/2017-11-21/7/?room=A2
If you look on Travelsupermarket it looks like you can go for £550 ish for a week at different times going through Expedia, which isn't bad as ive seen flights at £450 plus before

Yep these prices are available on Virgin too, see updated description. Just a case of playing around with dates until you find it.
#40
flinnyourin
Can you oped in or out of the $30 fee like if you don't want to use the wifi and gym, if not this should be included in the price of the hotel when booking shouldnt it !


no its not an option. it's just how they do it in Vegas. well actually America, we had to pay the extra fees in Vegas, hawaii and San Fran

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