How to Stay In Vegas For Less Than $300 a Week!
You read that right! Stay in Vegas for less than $300 a week! I wouldn’t have thought it possible, but in this guest post we learn that it can be done, and we are not talking about staying at a No Tell Motel either.
We recently went to Las Vegas for Thanksgiving and stayed off-strip at the Tuscany Suites and Casino. As we mentioned in our review, we really enjoyed our time here and would recommend this resort to others.How to Stay In Vegas For Less Than $300 a Week! #TBIN Click To Tweet
However, we may want to stay somewhere else on our next trip that is perhaps closer to the strip. We were thinking it’d be a lot more expensive to stay on the strip with a timeshare resale rental it can be done for as low as $300 for one week. Now that’s a great deal!
If you’re unfamiliar with the concept of timeshare, it is typically vacation time at a resort for one or two weeks per year or every other year. A timeshare resale is simply a timeshare that is bought or rented on the secondary market instead of through the resort itself.
When a timeshare is bought or rented on the resale market, it is typically up to 50% off the price you’d pay if you went through an online travel site like Hotels.com, Expedia.com etc. or the resort’s website itself. This is because timeshare resales are for sale and rent by owner, which means you won’t have to pay for the resort’s sales commissions or marketing costs that inflate their price.
One place to browse timeshare resales available for rent is BuyaTimeshare.com. This company helps existing timeshare owners sell their timeshare or rent it out. The company has been in business since 2000 and are accredited by all leading timeshare organizations.
Two Good Rental Options
You can find two good rental options in Las Vegas on this site. One at the Royal Resort and the other is the Jockey Club. The Royal Resort is just north of the strip, but a one week vacation can be had here for just $279.
This is a non-gaming resort with an outdoor pool and spa, fitness center, Wi-Fi, bar/lounge and on-site restaurant. The Jockey Club is smack-dab in the middle of the strip right next to the Cosmopolitan.
Timeshare resale rentals are being advertised here for just $300 for one week. Amenities are light at the Jockey Club, but there is a pool and a fitness center.
When you’re only paying about $50 per night for lodging you’ll have a lot more cash available. Put that money towards your favorite Vegas’ attractions. From gambling and adult-only shows to tours at the Hoover Dam and the Grand Canyon, there’s always something fun to spend your money on in Vegas when you stay in Vegas for less than $300 a week! Seems to good to be true, doesn’t it!
A week’s stay in Vegas for less than $300! I know that we are going to check this out when we next return to Las Vegas.
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