I don’t care whether or not there is a recession. You work hard for your money and should try to make every dollar count. With that in mind we’ve put together a list of great sources for Las Vegas coupons 2012 to use on shows, dining, car rentals, movies, golf, etc. and where to find them.
Not only is this publication chock full of coupons and free, it’s pocket size which makes it one of the easiest to keep with you and use as a reference. 24/7 Magazine has plenty of directories for shopping, dining, and shows. Published monthly.
Las Vegas Quick Guide (Where Guides)
This publication touts itself as being the “Official Guide to the Las Vegas Monorail”. It’s a little bit bigger than the 24/7 magazine, but still pretty portable. It has a quick guide list of cuisine by property, which can be a pretty useful tool when planning your day. It’s free and published monthly. One of the best coupons in it is for up to 4 FREE TICKETS to Nathan Burton Comedy Magic. GO SEE THIS SHOW!! It’s at the Flamingo at 4pm. Outstanding.
Today in Las Vegas
The great thing about Today in Las Vegas is that it’s a free weekly publication so it’s always on top of the latest in Las Vegas. The center page is an easy to use map of the Strip and Downtown, very useful. It also has a directory of “Coupons and Offers” which really makes the bargain hunting a breeze.
You’ll probably see What’s On around town and in the hotels and casinos more than the others. It is a bi-weekly free publication with a lot of advertising and some interesting interviews. It does contain some coupons, but not nearly as many as the first three.
The Entertainment Book is ALL COUPONS. Of all the publications listed, this is the only one that isn’t free but is well worth the price of $35. The 2012 Entertainment Book is available online now for only $8.99. It’s worth it for the movie ticket discounts alone. The book is published yearly and is available all over the US. There are many travel related coupons for hotel discounts, car rentals etc. Check online for the offers in your area or here in Las Vegas. You can also get it as an ap on your phone.
Where to find these publications
The absolute best source for these publications (except for The Entertainment Book) is the Las Vegas Convention and Vistors Authority located at 3150 Paradise Rd. Call 1-877-VISIT-LV. They have all kinds of info about Las Vegas and Nevada in general and its free. Its worth the time to go there.
You will also find most of the publications at the front desk of any hotel in town. Convenience stores, drug stores, and some restaurants may have them as well, usually near newspapers and other publications.