There are challenges to finding bargains in Las Vegas. But the short answer to if you can enjoy 4 days in Vegas now for $1000: easily. There are just so many discounts that this is a comfortable amount to plan a trip here.
Nothing wrong with showing how to enjoy Vegas with enough money to do so. But I thought travel experts were supposed to answer hard questions and find unique opportunities? This is an easy budget to come to Vegas on.
Otherwise, The Washington Post has a mostly useful advice guide offered to two tourists in their early twenties who want to come to Vegas for 4 days of fun at $1,000 each. There are some oddities like why would you suggest two young people stay at the Excalibur? Even the Post item is illustrated with a photo of CityCenter not the castle.
Also, instead of expecting to pay $20 to get into a nightclub, just put some minor effort into rounding up free passes. Or, nightclub passes are frequently thrown in with rooms. That would mean abandoning Excalibur for a resort with a nightclub. A good plan for people in their twenties. The costs won’t change much. A lot of casinos have nightclubs.
Oh, the Post’s recommendations on nightclubs also seemed particularly random. The Wynn/Encore nightclubs are ignored as are Tao and Eve. Pure and Body English are chosen. Also, Haze at CityCenter seems tossed in to add something new. While still open, one of the nightclubs recommenced by the Post is not exactly a hot spot: Rumjungle. The club in Mandalay Bay just filed for bankruptcy. (Photo: Lanie Crossman)