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$20 & up -- Summer in Vegas: What to See & Do in 72 Hours*

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By Lisa Chung

Play your cards right on your next trip to Sin City with the itinerary and savings below, and there’ll be no need to rely on "winning big" to justify a luxurious spa day, gourmet multi-course dinner, or popular Vegas show. We recommend securing these deals in advance and storing them on your Travelzoo mobile app for quick and easy redemption. 

Day 1: Downtown Sightseeing to Stellar Shows

Day 2: VIP Treatment

  • Go ahead, lounge in bed until noon. Once recharged, get VIP access to three poolside parties at MGM Grand, Aria and Caesar's Palace, plus an open bar on the party bus for $39 per person (reg. $89).
  • After soaking up the sun, cool down with a "tantalizing" and "magical" (Zagat) five-course dinner for two with views of the city from the 56th floor of the Palms for $135 (reg. $240). 
  • Have a limo pick you up from your hotel to a helicopter tour and take in the sparkling lights while sipping Champagne for $69 per person (reg. $119).
  •  Keep the party going with VIP access to the city's hottest clubs, including Tao, Marquee and Hyde. Get your V Card for $45 (reg. $162) -- the pass does not expire and can be used over multiple trips to Vegas.

Day 3: R&R

  • Detox with a relaxing day at the spa for $75 (reg. $150): Drift Spa at the Palms is "an ideal antidote to the Sin City fray," says Conde Nast Traveler. 

Travelzoo Tip: Make your "Vegas Vacation" complete with a tour of the Hoover Dam for $35 (reg. $70) per person; Griswold family vacation antics not included.

Where to Stay
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