Cheap and fun without sacrificing value.
While trips to Las Vegas may conjure up images of pricey entertainment and high-stakes gambling, there is an affordable way for Vancouverties to visit the “City of Sin.”
Tickets out of Vancouver International Airport (YVR) aren’t very expensive, with return trips to Harry Reid International Airport (LAS) with Flair Airlines totalling just over $150 return. But several vacation packages include stays at four and five-star resorts with direct return airfare at a steal.
Sunwing offers three-day packages to Nevada’s largest city for under $500 including all taxes and fees per person. There are even some packages that include stays at premium properties for less. Travellers will need to be flexible with their dates if they hope to score one of the low-cost options, however.
For example, any of the date combinations offered throughout February cost around $1,000 per person, while some of the ones in March cost around $700 or $800.
Two people can stay at The Strat Hotel, Casino & Skypod in a standard room from March 7 to March 10 for $873, which breaks down to a per-person price of $437. The package includes direct, return airfare from YVR.
There are several other options on the Las Vegas Strip that cost around the same amount of money.
For a more luxurious stay, a three-night stay at the five-star Mandalay Bay Hotel & Casino is a steal at $616 per person in the Resort King room category.
The property is unique because it has real sand and a wave pool for guests to enjoy on the 11-acre property.
Vancouver flights to Las Vegas
A trip to Las Vegas can include all of the usual suspects — gambling, impressive shows, pool parties, and big-name DJ shows — but there are a plethora of other activities and attractions to enjoy in the city or just outside of it.
Visitors who venture outside of the entertainment zone can take a nostalgic trip down memory lane with a visit to Old Vegas or journey out on a day trip to see the Grand Canyon.
You view options and book your package with Sunwing online.