Deal at the Rio

Las Vegas RioWe’ve got a hot Vegas deal for those of you looking to do Vegas on a budget for a cheap Vegas hotel. One of the cheapest vegas hotel deals is the Rio, and you can get rooms as low as $49/night by following our page to it.

The Rio has a great seafood buffet that we enjoy every time we go out, and plenty of other great restaurants and attractions surrounding it, so it’s a highly enjoyable destination for your stay. Visit our page on them for more information, and while you’re at it, a cheap way to a ton of Vegas information is the Vegas iPhone App, which includes all the latest restaurants, shows, nightclubs, and more. Don’t forget to head to What to Wear in Vegas, Stories from Vegas, Where to Eat in Vegas, Vegas Hipster, find us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter!

Circus Circus and Slots a Fun Host Monday Night Football

cheap vegas foodIf you’re a football fan like most of America, you know the value of sitting and watching the game with an ice cold beer on Monday night. We found a good deal on both cheap beer and football at Slots-a-Fun. Watch the game at the Slots a Fun bar right next to Circus Circus and get a bucket of 4 domestic or imported beers for $10. Not bad at all considering some of the outrageous prices both on- and off-Strip.

Want more information on Circus Circus? Click here. Also, don’t forget to check out Slots-A-Fun itself while you’re there; it’s a great place to gamble for cheap and has a dollar menu of appetizers (more info HERE). Still not done looking for cheap Vegas outlets? Get version 1.1 of the Vegas iPhone App, which includes all the latest restaurants, shows, nightclubs, and more. Don’t forget to head to Vegas Hipster, find us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter!

Magnolia’s Veranda Prime Rib

Vegas on a budget

Cheap prime rib in Vegas exists! Magnolia’s Veranda has a fantastic special on prime rib at the Four Queens Hotel. For just $7.95, you can get their famous prime rib dinner, and they haven’t cut any corners–this is cheap food but quality taste! For non-rewards card-members, it’s still a very reasonable $9.99. Take the time to sign up for a rewards card and you get a buy one, get one free as your first meal!

Even if prime rib isn’t your thing, Magnolia’s Veranda features a wide variety of your favorite dishes including daily food specials served 24 hours per day, and it overlooks the casino floor. You can get ham steak and eggs, a bowl of chicken gumbo, double cheeseburgers and fries, or barbecue baby back ribs, among others. Also, for the best opinions and Vegas values, get our Vegas iPhone App. Save money on 411 calls and time on doing the research; we bring it all right to you for next to nothing. Enjoy, and be sure to check out Vegas Hipster, find us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter!

Cheap Hotel in Vegas – Best Western Mardis Gras Inn

cheap hotels in vegasWe’re back with another great hotel for those of you that want your cheap vegas hotels! The Best Western Mardis Gras Inn is just off the Strip and pet-friendly, as well as being very well-priced considering the location. They offer 24-hour service and food, which is also a plus. It may not have some of the trappings of the bigger hotels, but you can’t beat the location and price for those thinking Vegas on a budget! Cheap hotels in Vegas don’t get any better.

Still not sure which hotel to pick to complete your stay in Vegas? Use our Vegas iPhone App to help you plan the rest of your quick trip or vacation to Vegas. Enjoy, and be sure to check out Vegas Hipster, find us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter!

More Cheap Eats and a Cheap Hotel

Vegas Buffets

(taken from Where to Eat in Vegas) We have covered some cheap places to eat that are near the Strip, but what about options for the more adventurous in search of a good bargain? We have you taken care of! Here are some options that will leave you full and ready to get back into town with a heavier wallet than usual:

The Stations

These would be Boulder, Palace, Texas, and Sunset Stations, and they offer some good buffet food away from the hustle and bustle. Notice we say good, not great. If you’re looking for fancy food or presentation, look away, but if you’re in for a good, well-priced meal that will fill you up, any of the buffets here will do.

Terrible’s (site here)

As the name implies, you may want to pick and choose what to eat here based on the time of day. Late night, you can get steak, chicken, spaghetti, and more for only about five bucks. Perfect after a night of partying, and the breakfast deals run all day — pancakes, eggs, and bacon for three bucks. Not bad for food that’s not terrible.

Ellis Island Microbrewery (site here)

It’s about a block away from center Strip and the largest Super 8 we’ve seen. It has a great $8 steak special that isn’t on the menu; ask for it, however, and you get one of the best deals in Vegas food. Home-brewed beer and a Thursday pizza special complete a great value if you don’t mind the atmosphere.

We also have a great deal on where to stay–Circus Circus in Vegas. It’s perfect whether for a family vacation or just to enjoy the sights and sounds.

What Vegas values would you like to share with us? E-mail us and let us know what great (or not-so-great) Vegas food experiences you’ve had. Also, don’t forget to check out our Vegas iPhone App and check the hundreds of restaurants we have in our database, complete with price ratings for all the best food values in Vegas. For now, have a look around, and be sure to check out Vegas Hipster, find us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter!

Cheap Vegas Food

Vegas Cheap Food(this post taken from Where to Eat in Vegas, our other blog regarding all the latest and greatest Vegas gourmet)

When you want extra Vegas gambling money, you have to cut other things out of your budget, or go cheap on a few. We’re here to put a few extra bucks in your pocket (or in the slot machines) by suggesting some places that will help you achieve that goal:

Food Courts on the Strip

This is easily one of the cheapest options–Panda Express, McDonald’s, Chipotle, Subway (Casino Royale), Outback, and the like will leave you full and with more money than some of the better-tasting but more expensive other options. The Venetian’s food court is often referred to as one of the best in Vegas. You can get cheap pizza, sandwiches, breakfast, burgers, and even pastries there.

The “Secret Pizza Place” (Hallway Secret Pizza) at the Cosmopolitan

(pictured above, courtesy The not-so-secret-anymore secret pizza place at the Cosmopolitan will fill your belly but no break the bank. You can order a 16″ pie for $17, which is a steal on the Strip. The same cannot be said for staying there, though! Did we mention it’s open until 4am?

The Oyster Bar at Harrah’s

Grab some soup and a beer and it’s under $20 at the Oyster Bar, where you’ll find good quality at a great price. $12 for a half dozen oysters.

In-N-Out Burger

The closest location is on Dean Martin Drive (formerly Industrial Dr.) near the Strip, and it’s worth any trip. Simply put, In-N-Out Burger has some of the best burgers at any price anywhere in the country. It makes it that much better that you can get a meal there for cheap and walk there from the Strip. “You have to have an In-N-Out Burger!” is said many times by locals and tourists alike.

Also, if you’re looking for a cheap hotel to cut expenses even further, we’ve got you covered at The Rio for as low as $49 per night.

Don’t forget our new Vegas iPhone App to track the hundreds of attractions we have in our database, complete with price ratings, photos, reviews, and contact information for all the best values in Vegas. Also, be sure to check out Vegas Hipster, find us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter!