How to save money in Las VegasI think it’s safe to say that no matter how much money you have in your bank account, you still want to save money when you travel. Since Las Vegas is easily one of the most visited cities in the United States of America (and probably the world), I’m focusing this week’s app feature on a great tool for finding Las Vegas deals and promotions. Who doesn’t want to save money in Las Vegas?

The free SmarterVegas app (available for both iOS and Android) claims it can help users can save up to 50% on hotels, shows, attractions, and more. Users can make reservations over the phone (noting the discount details) directly with the hotel/box office or use the app’s exclusive vouchers. The reviews of SmarterVegas are excellent, but I haven’t used it yet—and I emphasize yet because I’m definitely keeping this app on my phone for the next time I make my way to Sin City.

 

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    no news day?

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