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Las Vegas on a Budget

Las Vegas has a reputation for making fantasies a reality. Opportunities to fulfill every desire are at your fingertips and they won’t break the bank. Being a city of so much possibility can be overwhelming so we’ve compiled a list of things to do in Las Vegas on a budget to make the most out of your stay.

01 Book in Advance

Great Las Vegas discounts and offers are to be had if you visit when there are no big events or conventions in town that can spike up the prices. July and August are good months to visit if you’re a fan of the heat. December can also be inexpensive with the exception of the National Rodeo Finals and New Year’s Eve festivities. It’s always best to stay during the week and you’ll tend to get a better deal Sunday to Thursday. As a rule, it’s always best to book in advance to get the best rate and with The Venetian and The Palazzo’s Best Rate Guarantee, elegance and luxury become affordable. Every hotel room is a suite, and if you see a better rate anywhere other than on our website, we guarantee to match it.

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02 Las Vegas Tips

Sign up for Venetian Rewards—It’s The Venetian and The Palazzo’s reward membership program. You can earn points a variety of ways on property from slot and poker play, restaurant meals, car rentals, show tickets, in-suite dining, retail purchases, and more. The points add up; it’s always worth it to sign up.

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03 Breakfast of Champions

Start the day with delicious food at Grand Lux Café, one of the best places to eat in Las Vegas on a budget. From American, Southern, Italian, Asian, and Mexican inspired dishes, they have a widespread menu that covers the gambit in appealing to whatever type of cuisine you could be craving. Try “The Best” Eggs Benedict with Ham & Hollandaise or the Fried Chicken and Waffles, both favorites on the menu. The restaurant’s typically busy, but you will never have to wait for more than fifteen minutes between 9:00 AM – 12 PM.

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04 Find Your Inspiration

Admire the beautiful art installations. LOVE by Laura Kimpton has been a favorite since it arrived. Interacting with the giant steel ruby letters is a reminder to enjoy art with more than just our eyes. The frescos on the ceilings were hand-painted by Italian artists and are a sight to behold. Just walking around The Venetian to take in the incredible art and architecture is one of the most awe-inspiring things to do in Vegas, and it’s free.

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05 Squeeze in Happy Hour

Happy hours are a wonderful way to get more of what you love in Las Vegas on a budget. Whether you’re just looking to catch up with friends or do some people watching, happy hours are made for these moments and more. According to the Review Journal, Buddy V’s Ristorante is known for having “one of the best bloody marys in Las Vegas.” They have a great selection of drinks and small bites to fuel you up before you head out your next Vegas adventure.

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06 Take a Voyage

One of the most unique things to do in Las Vegas is coasting along the Grand Canal in an authentic Venetian gondola. It’s a great way to relax after a day of walking the Strip and take in the charming atmosphere. There’s both an indoor and outdoor gondola experience, both come complete with a singing gondolier that transports you right into the heart of Venice. Even better, there’s no need to book in advance. The gondolas run every fifteen minutes and at $29 per person it won’t break the bank.

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07 Modern Southern Comfort

When you get hungry for supper, check out Yardbird in Restaurant Row. It’s inventive southern comfort food at its finest and one of the top rated restaurants in Las Vegas, even on a budget. Their entrees are made for sharing and with good company you sample more from the mouthwatering menu. Make sure to save room for their Butterscotch Cake—bacon frosting, butterscotch sauce, and French vanilla ice cream are the perfect combination of savory and sweet. To avoid any wait, show up before 5:30 p.m. and you’ll be seated in no time.

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