Most Common Mistakes Tourists Make in Vegas



What happens in Vegas may stay in Vegas, but we’re guessing you want to remember your trip fondly. Unfortunately, some tourists make some pretty big mistakes that put a damper on their trip. Whether you’re planning a tour of the strip or Vegas club crawls, try to avoid these common mistakes made by Las Vegas tourists.

Getting Dehydrated

People often forget that they’re in the desert when visiting Vegas, which can make it easy to become dehydrated and suffer from heat stroke. Instead of reaching for more cocktails, opt for a refreshing bottle of water to keep you hydrated throughout the day.

Spending Too Much Time on the Strip

Las Vegas offers a number of adventures and attractions to visitors, making it important to explore the outskirts of the Strip. Head to the Hoover Dam and the Grand Canyon to view the natural beauty of Nevada.

Not Learning the Rules of the Game

Avoid losing money while gambling at the casinos in Vegas by learning the rules ahead of time and increasing your odds of winning.

Not Getting Free Stuff

Las Vegas offers a long list of free goods and services, making it important to take advantage of attractions and entertainment. Make sure you get a good deal through coupon books that are available at many hotels. 

Going Over Budget

It can be easy to spend too much money while staying in Vegas what with all the fun and frivolity in America’s playground. Stick to a budget by bringing cash with you and set a limit on how much money you’re willing to lose when gambling.

Paying Full Price to See Shows

From Celine Dion to Criss Angel, there are several different types of shows to see in the city. Avoid paying full price by obtaining discounts in coupon books or by visiting authorized ticket outlets. 

Packing the Wrong Clothing

Those who want to dine in five-star restaurants or visit the nightclubs will need to bring semi-formal attire such as dress shoes, trousers, and skirts to gain entrance to each eatery or club.

Booking Rooms at the Last Minute

Many hotels have limited availability, making it important to book your room ahead of time and spend less by not waiting until the last minute.

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