5 Things To Do in Vegas When You’re on a Budget

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9 Comments to 5 Things To Do in Vegas When You’re on a Budget

  1. Thanks for the post. Going to Vegas is on our travel list and we will certainly be on a budget;)

  2. Oh my gosh, I was just in Vegas last month and did not think to do these things! I will so have to try them out next time I go. I usually just walk the strip and hang out in the casino I am staying in. haha

    • I hope you enjoyed your trip to Vegas and thank you for the comment!

  3. I was in Vegas last month for a girl’s trip, and we definitely did #4 on your list and plenty of walking =) Great blog!

  4. I’ve been mentally planning a trip to Vegas for a few years now. Haven’t made it yet, but it’s still on the bucket list! I will definitely check out the shopping areas and buffets. Always ready for good food. Thanks for the safety tip! ?. I also love a good production. Especially looking forward to that.

  5. I live in Las Vegas, too! I’ve been here since elementary school….a very long time! Great article with some fantastic tips. Cirque shows are my favorite, too!

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