The Vegas Sweet Spot: Deals for Days
At Travelzoo, I’m our Vegas Entertainment expert: I’ve met Penn & Teller, sat inches away from Britney Spears and gone backstage at some of our favorite shows. But most days I’m at my computer looking at rates for shows up and down The Strip. What I can tell you is that some of the best availability and rates are available during the weeks between Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Why? When everyone else is making their holiday lists and planning hometown events for loved ones, Vegas and its opulent hotels and world-renowned shows are the furthest thing from most travelers’ minds.
What that means for visitors is no lines at celebrity chefs’ restaurants, Orchestra seats at top shows and suites with a sweet price.
Right now, we have an insane amount of shows at a discount for you to choose from — 31 of the best tribute acts, magic shows, comedians and variety acts not only on The Strip but in the world. At a savings of up to 80% and tickets starting at $10, there are a lot of options this time of year.
Some current show highlights include:
- “Divas Las Vegas”: The “Queen of Las Vegas” Frank Marino is celebrating 30 years of drag in Vegas this year.
- Blue Man Group: A family favorite, this show just moved to its new home at Luxor and is offering some great savings to celebrate.
- ‘The Single Best Show in Vegas’: Tickets to Penn & Teller’s popular magic show are 40% off
- ‘Jaw-Dropping’ Aquatic Show (pictured): Best deal we’ve seen for “Le Rêve — The Dream” at Wynn
- ‘Best Impressionist’ Terry Fator: See the winner of “America’s Got Talent” for 45% off
- ‘The Mentalist’: Tickets to popular mind-reading show are $10 – over 80% off
Hotels for your stay:
- SLS Hotel (pictured): Just $39 midweek at this swanky hotel on The Strip, but we love $79 weekends (through Dec. 29)
- Trump Las Vegas: Stay at a 5-star property for as low as $123 on weekends
- Platinum Hotel: $99 to stay in a suite that’s double the size of the average Vegas hotel room — even on weekends
- Find even more Vegas hotels for fall and winter visits.
Restaurants, attractions & spas:
- db Brasserie at The Venetian (pictured): Dinner from celeb chef Daniel Boulud is now $99 for two. Read Travelzoo’s interview with its executive chef Vincent Pouessel.
- High Roller at The LINQ: Ride the world’s tallest observation wheel for $29 — with unlimited drinks
- Palms Place Spa: Half off a massage or facial, plus access to luxe amenities like Vegas’ first hamman
- Find even more deals for Las Vegas restaurants, spas and attractions for fall and winter visits.