My actual first trip didn't count since I was 17 at the time (and not a troublemaker).
I'm looking to do things as cheap as possible to pad my gambling bankroll, but also hit several non gambling attractions. I got 7 nights comp'd at the Flamingo using my Diamond card.
1) What shows/non-gambling attractions would you reccomend? I don't care how touristy. Freemont street? Hoover Dam? Only thing on my list right now is Penn&Teller.
2) Are diamond lounges substantial enough for a meal? Any restrictions on entering aside from being a Diamond card holder? (AC requires 10k tier credits that year or something)
3) Any new player/other promos I should take advantage of? You can PM me of required. Looking to eat cheap/free mostly, or get free play I can use to pay for food/attractions. I'm super cheap. I don't care about over-extending my welcome comps as long as it doesn't affect me at any AC Casinos. Probably won't be back to Vegas for a while.
4) Anything else you want to tell me
Thanks in advance.
Pinball Hall of Fame is pretty fun. Not far off the strip.
Just people watching is fun, too. TONS of beautiful women wearing very sexy clothes. And I'm not talking about escorts. Just regular tourists.
I think everyone should do Hoover Dam once in their life. To include the tour down below. Red Rock Canyon, at least drive around the loop, is a must as well.
Penn&Teller is a good show choice. They are just all around decent. Best show experience to encompass it all would be Absinthe.
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check websites before you leave and don't forget the standard tourist advice: extra shoes and never be without a water bottle.
Be sure to ask a host for meal comps. Mailers for your next visit won't do you much good.
Do not count on eating at the Diamond Lounges in Vegas, they are nothing like AC. At best they put out some wings while they last around 5. And there usually is a line waiting. Almost sad.
No requirement like AC, great for drinking, not for dinner. Also very limited hours. Of all of them Caesars is the nicest, but again same food issues.