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The Venetian Resort and Casino in Las Vegas - Buy 2 Nights, Get 1 Free (Expires 6/28/2017, Non-Refundable, Tax Not Collected on 3rd Night)

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EDIT: THEY DO CHARGE TAX ON THE FINAL NIGHT ... IT IS ROLLED INTO THE FINAL SUM (SORRY FOR NOT CATCHING THIS WHEN MAKING THE POST)


The girlfriend and I are going to be celebrating my promotion at work, in sunny Las Vegas for Presidents Weekend. I've scoured all the sites ... Trivago, Amoma, Priceline even Hotworie and couldn't find anything decent for that weekend. Everything 4 star or higher was going for $220+ and some of it wasn't even for anything spacious or new. Old casinos are going for $175 daily average for Friday and Saturday (like Harrah's, Flamingo etc) ... This hurts especially with the manditory $39 dollar resort fee added on at the end to virtually every property on the strip.

Anyway, I saw a deal for the Venetian from Cheaptickets and was able to get a Deluxe room for $180 a night. (They have a promo code which takes 13 to 30% percent code is "Cheers" at checkout ). I ended up booking that offer first but then I went to the actual Venetian website and found they were doing a buy 2 get a 3rd night free promotion (when signing up for the mailing list). This would take an additional $60 bucks off for the same Deluxe room. To my delight, tax wasn't being collected for the 3rd night bringing the actual total down even more ... I still think the mandatory daily resort fee is still charged (need to find out).

I cancelled my CheapTickets reservation and booked this instead. Friday Saturday and Sunday (2/17 - 2/20) came out to $160 a night average in either the Venezia Tower or the Main Deluxe tower. This is pretty awesome for The Venetian on the weekend with today's market and is ironic it's cheaper than its sister hotel Palazzo. Valentines weekend isnt blacked out either.

I've gone ahead and provided the coupon link here [venetian.com] so you don't have to register for the mailing list.

FYI: The same nights without the coupon code are going for $247 average since the discount is applied a percentage off. I've attached the rules and stipulations below.

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Reserve two nights and we'll give you a third complimentary night, now through June 28th, 2017. This Exclusive offer is your ticket to come back for more of what you love: Fine dining, exceptional shopping, and more. This is a limited time offer and expires on 6/28/17.

Complimentary night is applied as a 33% discount to each night booked.

Please note this offer's Terms & Conditions.

Blackout dates do apply. The following blackout dates are subject to change and are unavailable or will display at the prevailing rate:
2/13, 2/16, 3/8, 3/20-3/21, 3/28, 4/4, 4/19, 4/24-4/25, 4/26, 5/2, 5/9, 5/16, 5/23, 5/27, 6/6, 6/14, 6/20
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Venetian is one of a handful of free parking properties left too. Most other hotels are $10/ night
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The $20 sandwich trick might get any resort fees waived and/or get you a free upgrade. We're going there in May and will be attempting it. I used our Chase UR points to book though and got a king suite on the weekend for the equivalent of $135/night.
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The $20 sandwich trick might get any resort fees waived and/or get you a free upgrade. We're going there in May and will be attempting it. I used our Chase UR points to book though and got a king suite on the weekend for the equivalent of $135/night.
Sandwich trick?
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Where do you enter the coupon code? Im on the billing information page and its asking me to submit. Will i have one last page to review before my cc is charged?
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Sandwich trick?
I think it means $20 tip
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The $20 sandwich trick
Curious to know what this is.
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resort fees are the most ridiculous fee anywhere imho
why they all can't be honest and roll that into the room fee is beyond me.
no one i've ever spoken with at the hotel desks even tries to explain why they have it either, as they don't have a clue.

but a decent deal OP, thanks.
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Sandwich trick?
When the hotel check-in agent asks for your credit card and driver's license, you slip a $20 in the middle and hand it all to them. Then you nicely ask if they have any upgrade available. Now YMMV, but most agents will appreciate the tip and you may get upgraded to a much nicer room (ie. Suite).
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Sandwich trick?
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I think it means $20 tip
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Curious to know what this is.
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When the hotel check-in agent asks for your credit card and driver's license, you slip a $20 in the middle and hand it all to them. Then you nicely ask if they have any upgrade available. Now YMMV, but most agents will appreciate the tip and you may get upgraded to a much nicer room (ie. Suite).
What he said above though instead of an upgrade you might get the resort fees waived OR you might get both! I've seen instances of both happening from many people though it depends on the hotel and the check in agent.
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If you go to thetwentydollartrick dot com, you can get a tutorial of the best way to do it and get a tracker of success/fail rates at all the different hotels on the Strip.
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resort fees are the most ridiculous fee anywhere imho
why they all can't be honest and roll that into the room fee is beyond me.
no one i've ever spoken with at the hotel desks even tries to explain why they have it either, as they don't have a clue.

but a decent deal OP, thanks.
bc casinos are run by scum

they're going to push too far eventually and it's going to be fun to watch it bite them in the ass
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I think every room in the Venetian/Palazzo is a suite.
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When the hotel check-in agent asks for your credit card and driver's license, you slip a $20 in the middle and hand it all to them. Then you nicely ask if they have any upgrade available. Now YMMV, but most agents will appreciate the tip and you may get upgraded to a much nicer room (ie. Suite).
Just to add on, they'll also usually give (or at least offer to give) you the $20 back if there isn't anything they can do (and they can almost ALWAYS do something unless it's a completely booked weekend).
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It says $159 a night and 3rd night on us but then it shows $517 total. I also don't see where I can put the coupon code.
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