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Finding a Cheap Flight to Las Vegas is Easy and Fast

Since Vegas is one of the most popular destinations in the world, finding a cheap flight is easy because of the amount of airlines flying to McCarran International Airport (LAS).  To get the best deal, try flying in on Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday.  Fly out one of those days, or Saturday or Sunday morning.

Cheap Flights to Las Vegas

Origin Departure date Return date Find Ticket

Denver

06.08.2018

08.08.2018

Tickets from 74

Los Angeles

20.08.2018

28.08.2018

Tickets from 77

Houston

21.10.2018

26.10.2018

Tickets from 82

Salt Lake City

09.08.2018

14.08.2018

Tickets from 90

Long Beach

08.08.2018

11.08.2018

Tickets from 92

Oakland

04.08.2018

07.08.2018

Tickets from 95

Wichita

19.08.2018

23.08.2018

Tickets from 99

Seattle

25.08.2018

28.08.2018

Tickets from 99

Chicago

21.08.2018

23.08.2018

Tickets from 104

San Diego

01.09.2018

05.09.2018

Tickets from 104


Cheap Flights from Las Vegas

Destination Departure date Return date Find Ticket

San Diego

03.08.2018

07.08.2018

Tickets from 76

Los Angeles

01.09.2018

04.09.2018

Tickets from 77

Houston

24.08.2018

26.08.2018

Tickets from 82

Fresno

07.08.2018

28.08.2018

Tickets from 95

San Jose

31.08.2018

03.09.2018

Tickets from 104

Tulsa

17.08.2018

20.08.2018

Tickets from 114

St Louis

16.08.2018

19.08.2018

Tickets from 120

Dallas

24.08.2018

26.08.2018

Tickets from 122

San Francisco

21.08.2018

23.08.2018

Tickets from 124

Phoenix

07.09.2018

09.09.2018

Tickets from 127

What to do in Las Vegas

Vegas Baby!  From casinos, fantastic hotels, shows, entertainment and food of every kind, to even more shows and even more food, Las Vegas is one of the most famous tourist destinations for every global traveler.

Really, why go to Las Vegas?

Tradeshows: The Consumer Electronic Show (CES) attracts more than 165,000 visitors per year in early January, but with more that 400 other corporate events, you have probably visited, worked and partied in Sin City.

Weddings and Honeymoons:  From the all-out event, to the simplest ceremony, Vegas just attracts couples to say I do.  Have Elvis (impersonator) marry you, get hitched in the middle of the Bellagio Hotel, or just in a chapel, your choices are endless.  And as for the trip after the wedding, you don’t have to worry…you are there.

Gambling:  They do not call it lost wages for nothing.  You can find all kinds of gambling games in every corner of the city.  From the moment you get off the plane, to a casino with every theme imaginable, chances are you will put down a few bucks to test Lady Luck.  Good Luck!

Sport Events:  If sitting ringside at a Vegas boxing match is not in your bucket list, how about MMA, or a UNLV Basketball or Football game?  How about some NASCAR? Las Vegas does not currently have an NBA, NFL, MLB or MLS team, so car racing is the only pro sport you may see there on a regular basis.  But, you can place a bet on anything playing.

Guys Getaway or a Girls Getaway:  Bachelor or bachelorette parties, hanging out with the boys, girls weekend, or a class reunion, you got everything you want to have an awesome time.

Party:  So if you do not consider the events above a full-on-party, you can up your level at one of the famous Pool Parties at one of the hotels, dance all night to the latest DJs, or have the largest pub or bar crawl ever.  Remember, drink plenty of water.  Drinks are cheap, and it is in the middle of the dessert, so the weather is extra dry.

Shows and concerts:  Frank Sinatra and the Rat Pack might have started a thing after all.  Come see folks like Brittany Spears, Garth Brooks, Sting, Wayne Newton and every other great act you can think of…they will probably play Vegas during their tour.  And did we mention the Show Girls, or Pen and Teller’s Magic Show, or animals, or pirates, or dancing water.  How about Cirque du Solei?  If you get bored in Vegas, contact us and we will recommend something that will not bore your mind.

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Billy Sanez
Co-Founder

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