Vegas.com $25 off $25 No Minimum
I often write about Vegas, partly because I love the city and partly because I live here. It is always fun for me to write about deals that involve my city, especially when they are this good!
Vegas.com is currently offering $25 off any purchase on their website when you pay with Visa Checkout. The deal is good for bookings made between 2/9/15 and 2/28/15 and seems to be limited to one per account.
What Kind of Bookings
While Vegas.com does have almost every hotel in the city available for booking, they also sell show & attractions tickets, club entries & more. This discount seems to apply to any purchase you can make on the site, so there should be something for everyone.
One of the great things about Vegas is that hotels are often very cheap during the week. It isn’t uncommon to find hotels Downtown or on the Strip for less than $30 a night. Of course you still have resort fees to deal with, but with this discount, you are still coming out ahead. 😉
How To Get The Discount
- Book a show, hotel, tour or anything on else on Vegas.com.
- Enter the promo code “Visa Checkout” in the “Heard About Us” link on top of the page
- When checking out choose Visa Checkout as your payment method.
- You will see the discount reflected in your cart.
Both Top Cashback and BeFrugal pay 7% cash back on Vegas.com bookings, although use of the promo code may invalidate your cashback. I would still try though.
Terms & Conditions
Promotion applies to bookings made between Feb 9, 2015 and Feb 28, 2015. To receive $25 off, you must use Visa Checkout to make your purchase during checkout. Promo code “Visa Checkout” must be applied at the time of purchase to qualify for discount. Not valid for multiple orders.
You can find the full terms and details of the promotion on the offer page.
To verify this works for anything, I tried booking a hotel, show ticket & attraction pass. All three were discounted appropriately. Additionally, it seems the discount will cover hotel taxes if the cost is less than $25. (As is shown in the hotel screenshot.)
If your total booking is less than $25, the discount still works, but it just deducts whatever the cost is, leaving you with a total of $0.
If you have any plans to travel to Vegas, this is a great way to get a solid discount. From hotels to attractions and shows, you should be able to find something to use the discount on. Happy saving!