Discounted Caesars Las Vegas Hotel Packages Today

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Today is Day 3 of Week 4 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 10, 2017 through May 12, 2017. For a look at previous 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. Luxury at Nobu Hotel in Las Vegas for $590 (5 packages available)
6. Parisian Escape in Las Vegas for just $350 (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 May 1, 2017 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 (2) 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. Additional charges may apply for attendance of a headlining act.
• 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 (2) consecutive nights in a Mini Suite. Spread out in 500 square feet of space at Harrah’s Las Vegas (double occupancy).
• Two (2) 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. May only be used once during stay.
• Daily access for two (2) to the fitness center.
• Complimentary in-room internet access for one (1) 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 (2) consecutive nights (room type is based on availability and may vary) at Caesars Palace Las Vegas (double occupancy).
• Two (2) Buffet of Buffets passes, giving you 24 hours of access to the city’s most spectacular all-you-can-eat buffets. Restrictions apply.
• Two (2) 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

• Accommodations for two (2) consecutive nights in a Premier room at your choice of one of the following Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas resorts (double occupancy):

Bally’s Las Vegas
Caesars Palace
Flamingo Las Vegas
Harrah’s Las Vegas
Paris Las Vegas
Planet Hollywood Resort
The LINQ Hotel and Casino
Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino

• In-room Champagne.
• A $100 dining credit that can be used at any of the chosen hotel’s food and beverage outlets throughout your stay. Must be a Caesars Entertainment owned venue.
• A $150 spa credit that can be used at the spa of the chosen hotel throughout your stay.
Round-trip airport transportation between the McCarran International Airport and your hotel in Las Vegas.

5. Luxury at Nobu Hotel in Las Vegas for $590

• Accommodations for two (2) consecutive nights in a Nobu Room at Nobu Hotel (double occupancy).
• Dinner for two (2) at Nobu Restaurant and Lounge valued at up to $300.
• Round-trip transportation between McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas and Nobu Hotel.
• In-room tea service.
• Two fitness center day passes to the award-winning Qua Spa.
• Complimentary internet access for one (1) device.

6. Parisian Escape in Las Vegas for just $350

• Accommodations in a Red Room Premier for two consecutive nights at Paris Las Vegas (double occupancy).
• A $150 credit to use for dinner for two (2) at your choice of Caesars Entertainment owned restaurant within the hotel.
• A $150 credit to use for your choice of treatments at Mandara Spa.
• In-room bottle of champagne.
• Round-trip limousine transportation between McCarran International Airport and Paris Las Vegas.

All of these packages have great value. Room cost alone sometimes exceeds the price of the package. For example, looking at the least expensive weekend in July at the Nobu Las Vegas, the Nobu Room (standard) came out to $259 per night, which is $596.67 for two nights including taxes.

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That’s more than the entire package price which goes for $590 and includes tea service, internet, round trip limo service, $300 dinner credit and fitness center passes.

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Plus, the “choose your own” hotel package for $425 offers easy to see savings. Not only do you get two nights of accommodations, you also get champagne, round trip transportation, a $100 dining credit, and $150 spa credit.

Note that for all packages, travel must be completed by July 1, 2018 and must be booked no later than 30 days in advance of scheduled arrival date. There are some blackout dates, but the Daily Getaways website doesn’t specify them.

There aren’t very many of each of these packages available, but they do offer great savings. I don’t like that every single one of these includes wording that stresses booking early because the packages are based on availability, and that there are blackout dates. It doesn’t say when the blackout dates are, and if I was going to buy a package I’d want it to fit my schedule and not have to work with an unknown.

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