Discounted Caesars Las Vegas Hotel Packages With Daily Getaways

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Today is Day 2 of Week 3 of the US Travel Association’s Daily Getaways.

For those not familiar with Daily Getaways, for the next couple weeks, travel deals and packages will be available on a first-come first-served each weekday from April 4, 2016 through May 6, 2016. For a look at last week’s offers click here.

Today’s deals are for Caesars packages –

1. Luxurious Getaway at The Cromwell for $590 (5 packages available)
2. Be a Harrah’s Las Vegas VIP for $299 (10 packages available)
3. Caesars Palace VIP Getaway Las Vegas for $450 (15 packages available)
4. Experience Las Vegas at the Resort of your choice for $425 (10 packages available)
5. See Vegas at New Heights at the LINQ Hotel for $350 (20 packages available)
6. The Spirit of Classic Las Vegas – at Bally’s for $315 (5 packages available)

The packages go on sale at 1pm EST today.

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To purchase the deal today, click the individual links above or follow this link to the calendar for the week of April 18, 2016 and select the package you are interested in. Here are the descriptions of the different packages, according to the Daily Getaways pages.

1. Luxurious Getaway at The Cromwell for $590 –

  • Accommodations for two consecutive nights in a Luxury King Room The Cromwell (double occupancy).
  • A $100 breakfast dining credit at Giada’s Restaurant.
  • Access to Drais Beach Club/NightClub.
  • In-room Champagne.
  • Round-trip airport limousine transportation between McCarran International Airport and The Cromwell.

2. Be a Harrah’s Las Vegas VIP for $299 –

  • Accommodations for two consecutive nights in a Mini Suite. Spread out in 500 square feet of space at Harrah’s Las Vegas (double occupancy).
  • Two Buffet of Buffets passes, giving you unlimited access to six of the most spectacular buffets in the city for a 24-hour period. Upgrade restrictions apply.
  • Daily access for two to the fitness center.
  • Complimentary in-room internet access for one device.
  • Round-trip limousine transportation between McCarran International Airport and Harrah’s Las Vegas.

3. Caesars Palace VIP Getaway Las Vegas for $450 –

  • Accommodations for two consecutive nights (room type is based on availability and may vary) at Caesars Palace Las Vegas (double occupancy).
  • Two Buffet of Buffets passes, giving you 24 hours of access to the city’s most spectacular all-you-can-eat buffets. Restrictions apply.
  • Two fitness center day passes to the award winning Qua Spa.
  • Complimentary internet access for one device.
  • Round-trip airport transportation between Caesars Palace and McCarran International Airport.

4. Experience Las Vegas at the Resort of your choice for $425 –

5. See Vegas at New Heights at the LINQ Hotel for $350 –

  • Accommodations for two (2) consecutive nights in a Deluxe King Room, complete with the electronic features of a USB charging station and a 47-inch LED flat-screen TV. The LINQ Hotel and Casino (double occupancy).
  • Two tickets on the High Roller. Soar to new heights by experiencing the world’s largest observation wheel, the High Roller.
  • Two show tickets of choice to the hottest entertainment options on the strip (based on availability; some restrictions apply).
  • In-room bottle of champagne.
  • Round-trip limousine transportation between McCarran International Airport and The LINQ Hotel and Casino.

6. The Spirit of Classic Las Vegas – at Bally’s for $315 –

  • Accommodations for two consecutive nights in a Jubilee King Room at Bally’s Las Vegas (double occupancy).
  • Gourmet dinner for two at your choice of restaurant at Bally’s (maximum value of $150).
  • Two Buffet of Buffets passes, giving you unlimited access to six of the most spectacular buffets in the city for a 24-hour period. Upgrade restrictions apply.
  • Bottle of Champagne delivered to your room.
  • Two tickets to the show of your choice at any of Caesars Entertainment’s Las Vegas properties (based on availability; some restrictions apply).
  • Round-trip limousine transportation between McCarran International Airport and Bally’s Las Vegas.

Note that travel for all packages must be completed by July 1, 2017, and must be booked at least 30 days in advance of arrival date. Blackout dates apply.

Some of these are great deals for readers that love Vegas and want to stay at these particular hotels.  As an example, looking at package #4 for $425 which offers two nights in the Caesars hotel of your choice for two nights, if you were to purchase the hotel room alone if choosing Paris Las Vegas comes to around $200 a night for a random weekend in the summer.

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By the time you add in taxes and fees, the total for two nights is over $500. That’s already a savings of $75, not including the roundtrip airport transportation. Plus, with the package you also get $100 dining credit, and $150 spa credit.

Are these packages a good deal?

If you are a big gambler in Las Vegas and have your hotels and food comped by casinos, these packages may not offer any value for you.

Also, if you typically stay only mid-week, get your show tickets at “the coke bottle” for half-price you may not see as much value. However, if you are an average tourist spending a weekend in Las Vegas it’s hard to see how you could go wrong with these packages, with the exception being that there are blackout dates for each one. If you have your hopes set on redeeming during a holiday you may be out of luck.

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