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Las Vegas to Los Angeles or Vice Versa $69 RT Nonstop on American Airlines (BE) (limited travel Feb-May)

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American Airlines have round trip airfares travelling to and from Las Vegas (LAS) and Los Angeles (LAX) for $69, nonstop. This is a basic economy fare. Basic Economy offers lower prices with some restrictions: 1 personal item only, no access to overhead bin; Seats assigned at check-in and No changes or refunds.

Travel availability:

Departs LAS: Feb 20, 21, 27, 28; March 6, 13, 20; April 4; May 1;
Departs LAX: Feb 14, 20, 21, 27, 28; March 6, 7, 13, 20, 27; April 11
Returns: good availability, most Tuesday & Wednesdays and generally 7 day stay okay

Use dates and book it on Orbitz [orbitz.com] or American Airlines [aa.com]. Bundling hotel with airfare will save money.

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Never flew but it's so close and you usually need to show up early for flights is it really worth flying out?
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Never flew but it's so close and you usually need to show up early for flights is it really worth flying out?
If you're coming from S. Cali it depends on if there is a big weekend event in Vegas as you can be stuck on the 15 for hours. Took me 8 hours to get to LA one weekend after a fight.
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Ive always figured anything over 800 miles is worth flying..i personally live 2 hours from Vegas and So Cal (Hi Desert)...id pick driving instead of the airport hassle.
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Vegas to LA ... Non Stop

Thats kinda like Laguardia in Queens to MacArthur on Long Island ... Non Stop

Where the heck are you going to stop between vegas and la?

gees heh

I guess $59 .. get groped by TSA on the way there and back.. save on hookers
maybe not a bad price if you factor that in... heh
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If you're coming from S. Cali it depends on if there is a big weekend event in Vegas as you can be stuck on the 15 for hours. Took me 8 hours to get to LA one weekend after a fight.
Yeah first time I went I had no clue, it was a big Roy Jones fight and Nascar event the same weekend and took over 6 hours to get home. Now I plan my trips around quick drives to Vegas.

Even taking 6 hours, usually you go with other people so gas is cheaper and you have a vehicle to drive while there. For California residents I see only a very very small percentage of time this would actually be more convenient in it's entirety.

That said I did get a speeding ticket on the way there a few months back. And apparently just because marijuana is legal doesn't mean they will allow you to smoke it while driving. I actually thought for sure I was going to jail, especially when he told me we were going to do mutiple side of the road dui tests and then stopped the first test with "I've seen all I need to see". Ultimately he was cool as shit, let me go, took my word at how much marijuana was in the car and then switch the speed on the ticket from 95 mph to 79 mph
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Yeah first time I went I had no clue, it was a big Roy Jones fight and Nascar event the same weekend and took over 6 hours to get home. Now I plan my trips around quick drives to Vegas.

Even taking 6 hours, usually you go with other people so gas is cheaper and you have a vehicle to drive while there. For California residents I see only a very very small percentage of time this would actually be more convenient in it's entirety.

That said I did get a speeding ticket on the way there a few months back. And apparently just because marijuana is legal doesn't mean they will allow you to smoke it while driving. I actually thought for sure I was going to jail, especially when he told me we were going to do mutiple side of the road dui tests and then stopped the first test with "I've seen all I need to see". Ultimately he was cool as shit, let me go, took my word at how much marijuana was in the car and then switch the speed on the ticket from 95 mph to 79 mph
Yes, I prefer to fly there, especially when i'm going alone or staying a short period. I don't like to drive to do the quick weekend turnaround since you never know what it will bring but love having the car already.

WOW you definitely go lucky with that cop!
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Yes, I prefer to fly there, especially when i'm going alone or staying a short period. I don't like to drive to do the quick weekend turnaround since you never know what it will bring but love having the car already.

WOW you definitely go lucky with that cop!
Well I guess with the paid parking now they are trying to get people to stop driving it seems.

I remember when businesses used past profits to pay for future improvements. The improvements would in turn pay back the investment into the improvements by having more to offer the guests.

Now days businesses don't even want to pay for the things that will keep the guests coming. Now they want to keep all the past profits, for customers to pay for any improvements and all the profits from the improvements.

The resort fee and parking fees are ridiculous, especially when hotel guests are taxed like 14%. So they advertise a $29 room on the strip but after the $30 for resort fee and the $10 in tax and the $15 in parking you're at like $85 for a $29 cheap room on a Wednesday. I love Vegas and go at least once a year but it's getting bad. I mean the buffets are getting worse and worse but the prices are shooting up

Btw as far as cops go I've always had amazing luck with cops. Don't know if it's really a trick but using sir, talking sincerely and showing remorse and owning your mistakes usually go a long long way. A lot of Mr friends say I act like "a bitch" around police but they are the ones that usually get ticketed or arrested. It's amazing how ones ego a lot of times is more important than anything else.
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in for one.. thanks
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