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Day Two of the USTA’s Daily Getaways is upon us, and to show for it we’ve got several packages at some of Las Vegas’ most notorious hotels. Remember, deals go live at 1pm ET so if you’re looking to purchase, be ready early.

The Details

  • Package 1: Four (4) nights in a Tower Premium Room at Luxor, two (2) tickets to Blue Man Group & $400 food & beverage credit to be applied at select Luxor restaurants.
    • Max 1 per purchase
    • 7 available
    • $500
  • Package 2: A certificate toward a three (3) night stay for two (2) guests at the Mandalay Bay, tickets to Michael Jackson ONE a Cirque du Soleil® show at Mandalay Bay, dinners, and two (2) 50-minute massages at Spa Mandalay.
    • Max 1 per purchase
    • 8 available
    • $1,700
  • Package 3: Three (3) nights in a Mirage Suite at The Mirage, including dinners, show tickets, massages, and more for two (2) people.
    • Max 1 per purchase
    • available
    • $1,750
  • Package 4: Two (2) nights in a suite at New York-New York Hotel & Casino, tickets to Zumanity™ & dinner for two (2) at Gallagher’s Steakhouse.
    • Max 1 per purchase
    • available
    • $475
  • Package 5: Two (2) nights in a Marquee Suite at MGM Grand Hotel and Casino, massages, tickets for KA™ and dinner, for two (2) people.
    • Max 1 per purchase
    • 4 available
    • $1,545

Is It Worth It?

I’m not too wowed by these packages. Depending on when you go, hotels at Las Vegas can be extremely cheap, with rooms at the Luxor running for as low $31/night (plus ridiculous resort fees). Still, there is a convenience factor here, and if you’re looking to redeem during peak season (July 4 is available, though New Year’s is blocked out), you can find some decent value.

Alternatively, you can do like I did and status match yourself to Ceasar’s Rewards Diamond status via Wyndham (who accepts status matches from such programs as IHG and Hilton). Doing so will get you a number of perks, including waived resort fees, free show tickets, and a $200 annual dinner credit.

To put it into perspective, I’m spending $215, all in, for two nights at Ceasar’s Palace as a Diamond member with free show tickets and $200 in dinner credits.

So if you aren’t able to snag one of the packages above, don’t fret. There’s always a better way.

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