Las Vegas, Air, 3 Nights, From $402
You can't lose when you book this Vegas travel deal, which includes three nights at the Mirage right on the Strip.
The Real Deal Vacation package to Las Vegas includes round-trip airfare from Salt Lake City on Delta Airlines, three nights at The Mirage Resort and Casino, an extra 750 bonus miles, airport transfers, and all hotel and air taxes and fees, from $402 per person.
When Thru Jul. 31, 2012 ($402).
Gateways Salt Lake City ($402); add $240 for Minneapolis; add $306 for Atlanta; add $338 for New York City; add $401 for Detroit; additional gateway cities also available.
The Fine Print Use promo code DV15221 when booking. Based on select Wednesday departures and Saturday returns. Airport taxes and fees are included in the package price. Based on double occupancy; the single supplement is from $289. Read these guidelines before booking any Real Deal.
Book By Apr. 9, 2012.
Why It's a Deal A recent Kayak search shows the lowest round-trip airfare from Salt Lake City to Las Vegas starts from $140 in late May (Delta Airlines). Add to that $232 per person including taxes for three nights at The Mirage, and you're spending $372 on airfare and accommodation alone. For just $30 more, this package gives you airfare and three nights in Las Vegas, airport transfers, bonus miles, and all hotel and air taxes and fees.
More Extend your trip for from $54 more per person per night. Several optional tours are available, including a half-day trip to nearby Red Rock Canyon for $75 per person, a full-day guided tour of Lake Mead and the Hoover Dam with lunch from $110 per person, or a helicopter tour of the Las Vegas strip for $109 per person.
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