Vegas Vacation with friends on a modest budget. What are some affordable dining and entertainment options?

We are all between 21 and 24 and will be staying at the Flamingo for a week in June. How can we get the most bang for our buck on dining and entertainment?

Asked By: smdw99 - 1/24/2009
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The least expensive form of entertainment, are the free spectacles... More
Answered By: jack - 1/25/2009
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Check out Stay away from "clubs" which are 30 to get in, bottled water 8, drink 20-30 or bottle 300 pllus. Ask for discounts check out Mystere or Love or other cirque shows Eat at buffets, includes meal, dessert and beverage and usually one at late lunch will do you for the rest of day
Answered By: banananose_89117 - 1/24/2009
Most visitors to Vegas eat at buffets. Most hotels have them. The food is good and very affordable... More
Answered By: Chip O - 1/24/2009
Use this site to help with your meal selections. Very helpful and up to date... More
Answered By: lvgeno - 1/24/2009
Buffets can be expensive. Check out They have a list of cheap eats and entertainment options. Also in vegas they have a few shops where you can buy half price tickets the day of the show. Its a good deal but you have to get there early.
Answered By: ctelly22 - 1/25/2009
There are many great happy hours on the strip. Just do some google searching and research. Thats what I did. One off hand that I know of is the Pink Taco @ the hard rock. Go between 4-7 and you can eat and drink for pretty much half price. RA Sushi has a good one too and there are a bunch others... More
Answered By: snailysnal - 1/25/2009
Carnivale Court, not far from the Flamingo, has good fast food at cheap prices. Also, downtown has some of the best deals on buffets (especially Paradise Buffet at the Fremont, which is cheaper than the one at Flamingo, with the same items).
Answered By: Gene D - 1/25/2009
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