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Le Village Buffet at Paris Las Vegas: Lunch Buffet for Two w/ Unlimited Drinks $36, Dinner Buffet for Two w/ Unlimited Drinks $45

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Le Village Buffet at Paris Las Vegas [groupon.com]
  • $36 for a lunch buffet for two (up to a $73.96 total value)
    • All-you-can-eat lunch for two (up to a $24.99 value each)
    • Unlimited drinks for two (a $11.99 value each)
  • $45 for a dinner buffet for two (a $91.96 total value)
    • All-you-can-eat dinner for two (up to a $33.99 value each)
    • Unlimited drinks for two (a $11.99 value each)
Expires 90 days after purchase.
Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 2 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Dine-in only. Not valid for breakfast buffet or special events. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Buffet food selections vary by day, based on season and availability. Not valid on holiday weekends. Lunch valid Monday-Friday only.

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#31
Quote from Neon22 View Post :
the 24hr buffet deal is the best if it is still available.
Which deal is that then?
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#32
Quote from Neon22 View Post :
the 24hr buffet deal is the best if it is still available.

It is.. $50 for access to 6 different buffets. Although for Caesers you have to pay $15 extra for the pass to Bacchanal Buffet.


Here is more info: [totalrewards.com]
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#33
does anyone know if mothers day weekend is considered a "holiday?" May 10th-12th?
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#34
Quote from neoprag View Post :
going to vegas next week. any hot deals i should know about?
Wrong person to ask as I'm bad at finding deals on my own. Only good deal I found was for Carrot Top. They let us all have 50% off since my brother was in the military. The show is worth the full price of admission.
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#35
Quote from bullgates View Post :
It is.. $50 for access to 6 different buffets. Although for Caesers you have to pay $15 extra for the pass to Bacchanal Buffet.


Here is more info: [totalrewards.com]
Ah, the Buffet of Buffets, thanks for the clarification.
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#36
Honestly I don't think this is that good of a deal. I didn't think they charged for drinks to begin with.

I'd just get the Buffet of Buffets. It includes the Le Village Buffet.


http://www.totalrewards.com/micro...f-buffets/


Best to Worst:
Bacchanal
Le Village Buffet
Spice Market Buffet
Carnival World / Seafood Buffet (Far away from the strip)
Flavors
Paradise Garden / Emperors (Don't go to either of these)



The OP deal is really only good if you plan on getting drunk, since it includes Alcohol. But the buffet is usually sectioned off so you'd be stuck in nowhere for quite a while.
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#37
Meh, doesn't work for breakfast. I'll pass. I only go to this buffet for the breakfast. Gotta have my crepes!
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#38
Quote from mcjazz1232 View Post :
Wrong person to ask as I'm bad at finding deals on my own. Only good deal I found was for Carrot Top. They let us all have 50% off since my brother was in the military. The show is worth the full price of admission.
in vegas they have places where u can get "day of" tickets for many shows. it is a red kiosk, but i can't remember the name of it. i think that the carrot top tickets are normally about 50% off from there.
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#39
Quote from fourml8r View Post :
in vegas they have places where u can get "day of" tickets for many shows. it is a red kiosk, but i can't remember the name of it. i think that the carrot top tickets are normally about 50% off from there.
Its something like "tix4tonight" or "tickets4tonight"...something along those lines.
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#40
Quote from PennStateFan View Post :
Its something like "tix4tonight" or "tickets4tonight"...something along those lines.
that sounds like it. the "top shows" are typically sold out, but second tier shows like carrot top are usually available. and third tier shows (reviews, burlesque etc.) are ALWAYS available.
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#41
The restaurant.com deal for Palms buffet is a better deal, imo. It also includes beer and wine, but not well drinks.

Weekday lunch and dinner at M-Resort is $16 and $24 and also includes beer and wine.

I'm on the fence about the Paris one. Definately a deal for those who can get their money's worth in well drinks and it has the advantage of being on the strip.
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#42
Isnt the price of the buffet $18 anyways? Meaning the only bonus is the free drinks.

Honestly, I am 28 and have eaten at the Paris lunch buffet on most if not all my trips(11) since being 21. I have always really really liked it...was never disappointed and keep returning.

When I was there in July, I check-ed in on the free Foursquare app which referred me to the TR counter and I got a $5 coupon off so lunch cost me $13.
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#43
Quote from Neon22 View Post :
the 24hr buffet deal is the best if it is still available.
I copy/pasted this from the Las Vegas Advisor site as I read it often. May be help to some people who are considering the 24hr deal...

April 4, 2013 12:35 Buffet News from CET: So, prices are up again for Caesars Ent's "Buffet of Buffets" pass, which is now $49.99 (or $54.99 without a Total Rewards card, but those are free, so get one). The pass, which enables diners to eat as many meals at as many buffets as they can stomach in a 24-hour period, was formerly $47.99/$49.99 (originally $29.99, with a players card, when the concept debuted in 2010, but there have been so many price hikes since, we can't even count them).

But wait, there's more. Much more. After much online sleuthing, coupled with some official misinformation, we can confirm lots of other stealth hikes have been added to the cost of using this "discount" pass. For one thing, the price quoted above now only applies during the week. Back in December, CET introduced a weekend surcharge, and Friday/Saturday it's now $64.99 with a Total Rewards card or $69.99 without. We've seen them allude to this in a few places now, but only on the B-of-B FAQ page did we find disclosure of what that price actually is, and the official recorded information on the B-of-B dedicated hotline has not been updated to reflect the change. Nor had the change ever been disclosed to us, and we call every single buffet in town every single month, specifically to check prices (see today's ultr-timely Question of the Day, which is all about our Buffet listings.)

Talking of the hotline, this also fails to mention that the up-charge for using the pass at Caesars' uber-gourmet Bacchanal Buffet has also been increased. While it was formerly a flat fee of $15 on top of the price of the pass, should you wish to include this buffet in your 24-hour chowdown, it's now an additional $15 for breakfast, $20 for lunch, and $25 for dinner. We called Caesars and were told summarily that, "It's always been that way." No, it hasn't! And if you don't believe us (or any of the other third-party sites, reviews, and blog entries we checked), just call CET's own recorded-info line on (702) 862-3530 for proof!

So, this means that, if you wish to eat the Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars for dinner on the weekend as part of your "Buffet-of-Buffet" experience, and you don't have a Total Rewards card, it's going to cost you ... wait for it ... a total of $94.99 for the pleasure -- and that's not inclusive of tax.

The one tiny bright spark in all of this is that the upcharge for using the pass at Rio's Village Seafood buffet, which was added to the pass-eligible list back in April 2011, has been dropped from $15 to $10. They don't tell you that on the info line, either.
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#44
Quote from nw2this View Post :
The restaurant.com deal for Palms buffet is a better deal, imo. It also includes beer and wine, but not well drinks.

Weekday lunch and dinner at M-Resort is $16 and $24 and also includes beer and wine.

I'm on the fence about the Paris one. Definately a deal for those who can get their money's worth in well drinks and it has the advantage of being on the strip.

got a link for the mentioned deal? thanks and repped in advance.
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#45
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got a link for the mentioned deal? thanks and repped in advance.

If you are not familiar with restaurant.com, you should look at all of the las vegas offerings:
http://www.restaurant.com/bistro-...pid=158168
I think the current promo code is 'GREEN'.
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