With the Coronavirus cases receding gradually and expensive fares no longer a roadblock for your next vacation, it's time to leave that couch behind and head out for a place that has been eluding you for a year. Las Vegas, fondly called the Sin City, featuring world-renowned casinos like the Bellagio and MGM Grand, is one of those bustling entertainment hubs on the wishlist of most Americans and even many international travelers. If you are one of those travel enthusiasts and have plans to have the time of your life in Vegas, go through these tips to grab cheap flights to the country's most famous party destination.

Book cheap airline tickets to an alternate airport

Rather than booking a flight that takes you to the busy McCarran International Airport, try and find a flight that lands at nearby airports like the Boulder City Municipal Airport (BLD), which lies just 24 miles away from the Las Vegas City Center. This can be a legible way of grabbing cheap airplane tickets to Vegas and will also save you from the hassles of commuting from the rushy McCarran airport to the place where you are staying.

Book your cheap Vegas flights as early as possible

Since Las Vegas is a world renowned entertainment destination that is heavily frequented by domestic and international tourists, flight tickets to the city are always in demand. During the present pandemic era, when the scheduled numbers of flights have decreased considerably, it becomes all the more important to book Vegas airline tickets as early as you can. Planning your Vegas trip a month or two in advance will always keep you ahead in the race to grab cheap flights to Sin City.

Book your plane tickets for the Off-season

Late June through August is considered as the off-season for Vegas when there are fewer tourists around. The temperatures generally hover in the upper 90's during the daytime, which is hot but certainly not baking hot. So if you do not consider the hot weather to be a deterrent and don't mind spending more time cooling off in the hotel pool, this can be an excellent time to plan a trip to Vegas as you can get cheaper flights and hotel fares at this time of the year.

Compare the prices of Vegas flight tickets

Whether you are booking your Vegas flight ticket directly through the airline or reserving them from an online travel agent, it is always prudent to compare flight prices available at various sources. Compare these ticket prices online and go for the one that is the cheapest or offers you the most value for your money.

Look out for discounted Las Vegas plane tickets

As Vegas is a prominent destination, always on the wishlist of many travelers, airlines and travel websites frequently offer attractive discounts on Las Vegas flight tickets. You can get to know about these lucrative deals by frequenting the social media pages of the airlines or online travel agents. Another way to be aware of exciting Vegas flight deals and book cheap airplane tickets is by subscribing to newsletters of these travel companies and airlines.

Opt for a budget carrier

Opting for budget airlines like southwest can help you save a decent amount of money on your Vegas trip. So if you can sacrifice a few amenities and reaching your destination to have fun is the only thing that matters for you, then this can also be an excellent way to save considerably on your Sin City flights. You can also check with these low cost careers for last minute flights and discounts.

Travel mid-week if possible

Traveling during the middle days of the week, like Tuesdays or Thursdays, can be a cheaper proposition than scheduling your flights for the weekend. This matters more in the case of prominent tourist destinations like Las Vegas, where a lot of people plan to spend their weekends and return Sunday night or a Monday morning.

Avoid Last-minute flights to Vegas

Flight tickets to Vegas happen to be some of the most sought-after online travel portals and airline websites. Deals on Vegas airlines tickets are generally lapped up as soon as they are advertised. Therefore it is advisable to book your cheap flight to Vegas at least a month or two in advance in order to take advantage of the best deals available on Las Vegas flights.

Talk to a customer representative for better offers

Customer care representatives of travel agencies can sometimes help you fetch great deals on flight tickets. These people have years of experience in their trade and know exactly how to find affordable flight tickets to Vegas or for that matter any destination in the world. So say hello to grab your cheap flight to Vegas!

This article does not necessairly reflect the opinions of the edtiors or the management of EconoTimes


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