For a place that’s famous for always being extra, you might be surprised to find that you actually can party in “Sin City” without spending a ton of your hard-earned dough. Partying in Vegas like a high-roller on a low-roller budget is totally doable – but there are a few do’s and don’ts you’ll want to stick to.

Ladies, let’s get in formation. Use these money-saving hacks on your next Vegas trip so you can spend less while still feeling boujee.

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Do’s & Don’ts of Partying in Vegas on a Budget

Do Plan in advance to save money.

Have a budget in mind – but do it before you take the first shot at the hotel pregame. A party planner can help you experience all of the glamour, excitement, and action Vegas has to offer without spending more than $200. Our dinner and limo combos start at under $100 per person. Add on a ticket to see the hunks in Thunder From Down Under, check out the carnival and spectacle, Absinthe, or experience the charisma, uniqueness, nerve, and talent at Ru Paul’s Drag Race.

Don’t Wait until you’re here to figure things out.

Sometimes being impulsive can be a good thing, like when you play a scratch ticket and win $25, and sometimes it can be bad, like giving yourself bags in the middle of an existential crisis bad. Waiting until you get to Vegas to figure this out isn’t the best thing for your wallet. Once you’ve decided you’re coming, do a little homework to help save you in the long run.

Do collect money ahead of time.

It’s happened to the best of us. You’re out having a good time, and all of a sudden, the bartender is announcing the last call, and you notice half of the group already left. It’s a good idea to collect money and give it to the group’s most trustworthy girl to hold.

Don’t Get stuck paying for everyone.

This way, one person won’t be stuck footing the bill for Sarah’s three apple martinis and Rachel’s who-knows-how-many tequila shots. That’s never fun and always makes for a really awkward hangover conversation at the breakfast buffet the morning after.

Do Take advantage of the open bars.

Open bars are your new BFF. Las Vegas staples like Senor frogs and The Chandelier Bar have an open bar where you can get all of your favorite drinks by just paying a cover charge.

Don’t Spend $25 per drink.

The drinks in Las Vegas are notoriously pricey. It’s not uncommon to go into a place that charges between $25-$30 for a drink. And we’re not talking anything fancy here; that’s the price for average drinks like gin & tonic or vodka & cranberry.


Bonus Money-Saving Tips & Tricks:

To get to the next party destination, use Lyft or Uber instead of cabs. Vegas cabs are often expensive, and the drivers are notorious for taking tourists the “long way.”

To really do Vegas on the cheap, consider coming to Sin City during weekdays. From Monday to Thursday, rooms on the Strip go for as little as $30 to $50 per night. Seriously!

Pregame in the hotel room before hitting the Strip. This way, you’ll already feel a good buzz when you arrive at the first party.

January, August, and October are considered the cheapest month to fly to Las Vegas.

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It’s time to party, you ready?

A night out in Vegas is a treat and one you deserve! Don’t let the details stress you out. Reach out to our expert party planners and let them put together a plan, so all you have to do is dress to impress. Just call or text us at 702.701.7778 and let us help you plan the best Vegas getaway ever!

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