Finding The Free In Vegas

HOW TO FIND THE FREE IN VEGAS

Free In Vegas

Right now, I am planning my own vacation so I was scouring over websites trying to choose my destination when I came across this fun article, Scouring free stuff at Vegas Casinos , by Matt Villano who is a writer for Expedia.

Many of United Military Travel’s customers are loyal Vegas vacationers, women and men alike, so I am always on the look out for interesting tips and track hacks for Sin City.  It is true, Las Vegas can be pricey, but there are many ways to experience the city without breaking the bank – learn about them in my pervious article, 20 Free Activities in Vegas.  Combine the knowledge you gain from that article with the one written for Expedia and you are destined to have a “what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas” time!

HERE IS A PREVIEW OF SCOURING FREE STUFF AT VEGAS CASINOS…

The adage tells us that there’s no such thing as a free lunch. Clearly, however, the person who coined that phrase hadn’t stepped foot in a Las Vegas casino.

How else would the philosophizing wordsmith explain buffet meals paid with gambling points? How else would she justify two-for-one or three-for-one Happy Hour specials? What would he say about the preponderance of public art in that (literally) anyone can see at will?

Indeed, there are many ways to score free stuff at Vegas casinos these days. Here, in no particular order, are some of the bunch.

Make sure you read the rest of the article to learn the art of mastering “free” in Vegas! 

YOU DON’T HAVE TO BE A EXPERT TO EXPERIENCE THE FREE IN VEGAS…

You just have to know free exists.  Hundreds of thousands visit Vegas each week and simply pay everything because they have no idea, but that will not be you.  You have read all of the articles cited in today’s post and THAT is what makes you smarter than your average bear.

NOW, CALL UNITED MILITARY TRAVEL TO BOOK YOUR VEGAS VACATION TO ENJOY THE FREE SIDE OF SIN CITY!!!


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