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Visiting the gambling Mecca in Nevada should not be ridiculously monetarily crippling for any person. At least for the smart ones who pick to stay away from the practices in Las Vegas which could cost them one hundred bucks per beverage. I’ve heard things from friends who have visited Las Vegas and they all have just one thing to say. It costs an arm and a leg for one to get through a night in Vegas so what more for those who pretty much live there.
Well for one, I’m pretty sure folks who practically live in Vegas know by now how to get through every single night of drinking, gambling and partying without having to empty your pocket and bank accounts clean. If you’d only learn to take it from the ones who know it more than the gamblers scattered all over Las Vegas, you’d survive for more than a week and still come back completely.
First thing you need to keep in mind is to stay away from super fancy hotels with all that blinking and blinding lights all over it. They charge so much as if you’re paying for their monthly electricity bill on your 3-night stay all together. The rates they bill customers still doesn’t include the tips that every bellboy, room service attendant and housekeeping personnel are expecting to get from you for doing a great job bringing your bottle of water for you or for hanging your coat and hat by the rack. Isn’t that something?
Quite often I presume I could get rich just by getting an occupation hanging coats and hats on the rack in Vegas. You can find really economical and inexpensive hotels a mile away from all those blinking hotels and it could cost as less as $60 per night. I do not think the dancers even hang out there simply because they think it’s such a terrible place to be in. But not for vacationers who want to save on cash and probably would not mind a modest room to stay in for the night.
Next thing to remember is do not take the taxi cab. Your room is not that far away from the strip of casinos and hotels so it would certainly be better to walk going to the clubs. I’m sure that as soon as you get there, you will be sitting down majority of the time. And in addition to that, taxi cabs in Las Vegas do not charge by mileage but by the time that you are inside their cab. The longer you stay inside the cab, the higher your bill gets. So stay away from cabs if you’d prefer to save cash.
Ultimately, one of the most excellent ideas I may give you based on my personal experience is to grab as much food as you could from the buffet table in the place where you will be staying. Typically, rooms and hotels, no matter how competitive they happen to be, will have a very good breakfast, lunch or dinner buffet table that you will eat from. Keep your stomach full with apples, cookies, brownie bars, bread and other dry food that you may slip into your bag to keep you going for a few hours. I have seen much of men and women do this so you’re not alone.
Just follow these tricks and you will definitely make it in Vegas.