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  1. Michael Huxley
    March 29, 2015

    Great tips. Getting away from the main tourist area is always the best option to save money. Sometimes it can mean quite literally just going around the corner! And there’s never anything wrong with a little white lie to blag a freebie either! ;D
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  2. Becky @ Disney in your Day
    March 31, 2015

    I haven’t been to Vegas but I hope to one day, and I’m sure this list will come in handy! I’m not a big gambler but I want to see everything else Vegas has to offer, so I’m glad to hear there are a lot of interesting options that aren’t going to break the bank!
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    • admin
      April 3, 2015

      Thanks for the comment Becky!! There are LOT of options that don’t include spending money! Thanks for reading!! <3

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  3. Beth | Adventuring the Great Wide Somewhere
    August 29, 2015

    I’d love to visit that Neon Museum! I can just imagine how beautiful those photos would be! And of course, you can’t ignore the outdoor activities just outside of tourist central!

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  4. samiya selim
    August 30, 2015

    Very useful tips and great to know about Red Rock Canyon! IF we are ever back in this part of the world – which I know we will in the next few years- will be sure to go hiking here!
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  5. Koen B
    August 30, 2015

    I was in Vegas before, and loved going to the Red Rock canyon, as you suggest here. Never been on that High Roller Wheel, but it’s definitely on my list now – in Happy Hour 🙂
    Thanks for sharing these tips!
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  6. Connie Reed
    August 30, 2015

    Thanks for the great suggestions!

    I was surprised on our last Vegas trip how expensive everything had gotten. Las Vegas used to be a great budget vacation because you could get a good hotel room and great food inexpensively. They just wanted to get you out there to gamble.

    We ended up going off the strip quite a bit. A trip to the Valley of Fire was a nice change of pace from the hectic Strip, and we found some off-the-strip casinos that were fun and less crowded.
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  7. Pola (Jetting Around)
    August 30, 2015

    I tried saving money one (along with my sanity) by going away from the strip. I ended up in old downtown Vegas, but not after an expensive cab ride… So much for saving, Still, I zip-lined there for the first time ever, so no regrets! 🙂
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