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What about Ballys?

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What about Ballys?

I have 5/26 to 5/31 off from work and want to go to Las Vegas. Should I stay here $180 a night? Do I need a comp card ,and does it work at the sister resorts, flamingo and Paris.

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1. Re: What about Ballys?

How does this rate compare to other establishments for the same time frame? I'm not a big Bally's fan, and I'd hate to think of paying $180 per night. It's not the worst place, but I can think of many other places I'd rather stay.

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2. Re: What about Ballys?

I like Bally's but is $180 a night a good deal is dependent on what the other hotels costs. Yes, your players card is good at the sister resorts.

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3. Re: What about Ballys?

You can go on each of the casino's websites and check out their rate calendars and see if you can find anything cheaper.

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4. Re: What about Ballys?

I would not pay that at Bally's. Check the othe Strip hotels. TI, Mirage, and Monte Carlo should even beat that rate. Would rather be at one of those, wouldn't you?

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5. Re: What about Ballys?

Nice hotel but that's way too much money. Are you book directly with Bally's or through a travel agency?

At Bally's website playcaesars.com/ballys/…

I see rates of $59, $169, $249, $149, and $59 for the five nights starting on 5/26 -- that averages out to $137 per night.

Next door at Flamingo playcaesars.com/flamingo/…

those dates average out at $132 per night.

Shop around directly with the hotel websites, but don't delay; Memorial Day weekend will only get more expensive the longer you wait.

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6. Re: What about Ballys?

Check out websites directly at Bally's. Also sign up for their emails and get $10 off booking. Use the players card to charge the hotel etc and get comps back. I did not see $180 a night on the website.

Flamingo--I would worry about the virus that was there. Is it gone?

Paris is more money and connected to Bally's/

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7. Re: What about Ballys?

When I look on the Bally's site today, I find

May 26 $69

May 27 $169

May 28 $249

May 29 $149

May 30 $69

May 31 $69

Not sure where you go the other prices.

All hotels charge extra for Friday and Saturday night.

Good luck

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8. Re: What about Ballys?

WOW!!!!! $180 a night ....that is double (or triple) what you should pay for "hotel only."! I STRONGLY suggest you book a vacation package (see my non-commercial blog at: (http://lasvegas4newbies.blogspot.com/> which I have been working on for several months.) You can book a package INCLUDING AIRFARE for a Sunday to Thursday trip and stay at Bally's for $180 a night/4 nights. The problem is that as you get closer to your departure date, the prices go up.

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9. Re: What about Ballys?

smilingeyes, ballys and flamingo have special online websites that give you an additional $10 off on selected days. Use the links I provided above and you'll see what I mean.

I signed up via a pop-up window at the Ballys and Flamingo home pages.

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10. Re: What about Ballys?

Since that is a holiday weekend- prices are going to suck no matter where you look, especially on Saturday. I would use expedia or something similar to see if you can find anything better pricewise and then book directly with the hotel to get the absolute best price. Pick fast before it goes up again.

As far as the players card, yes get it and use it so you can get better deals on your next trip.