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With millions of people traveling to Las Vegas every year, tickets to some of the more popular shows sell out on a nightly basis. If you wait for your arrival in Las Vegas to secure show tickets, you might not be able to get the tickets you want to the shows that you’ve been dying to see. Don’t miss out.
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July 16, 2013
Las Vegas is a busy city and taxis are among the primary methods of transportations for visitors to the city. With many out-of-towners arriving on a daily basis, taxi drivers are kept busy. Unfortunately, with the good comes the bad. Not every taxi driver is honest in Las Vegas and the moment you jump into a taxi, you can’t be certain whether the woman or man behind the wheel is honest.
So you plan on going to Las Vegas, how will you avoid being scammed by dishonest taxi drivers? Well, we have a few tips for you to consider. One of the most obvious clues to a possible taxi scam is if the meter isn’t running in the cab and the taxi driver tells you it hasn’t been working. It begs the question, how much will your ride be by the time you’ve reached your destination?
Here are some helpful tips to consider before you arrive at Las Vegas:
Make sure you have change and small bills; some taxi drivers will claim to have no change forcing you to pay with large bills. You may be overpaying by quite a bit because of a taxi drivers possible lie.
Do not get into an unlicensed taxi cab. If the taxi driver is in a licensed cab, he or she is probably more honest than an unlicensed freelance taxi driver. Passengers in Las Vegas can only be charged what is on the meter.
Be sure your taxi fare is for your group and luggage and not what you will have to pay per person. Las Vegas cabs can carry a maximum of 5 people.
Use your phone map app to double check your route; even licensed taxi drivers may take the farthest and longest route in order to charge you more. This applies especially when leaving the airport or taking a taxi to an attraction outside the Las Vegas Strip. The I-215 tunnel from the airport to the strip is never the shortest route.
You may find yourself surprised by a “waiting charge” when you are stuck in traffic.
If you don’t trust the taxi driver, get out. Be aware, in Las Vegas, taxis cannot be hailed from the street.
Taxicab companies are required to maintain a lost and found.
These are just a few of the suggested tips for taxi transport in Las Vegas. Before any trip, try to familiarize yourself with the taxi rules and guidelines before you arrive and attempt to hail a taxi.
Shows Las Vegas' Blog
July 16, 2013
Las Vegas is a city that draws tourists all times of the year. Las Vegas is one of the destinations around the year where there really is no down time. Las Vegas’ “high season” typically lasts January to mid-November. This leaves only a month’s time of slower travel. Las Vegas considers their “shoulder season” as late November and December.
Don’t be fooled thinking this means Las Vegas won’t be busy though; there are many people who take advantage of the holidays to plan a Las Vegas vacation. New Year’s is an especially busy time of the year in Las Vegas along with Valentine’s Day and the Fourth of July. Las Vegas becomes exceptionally crowded around most three-day holidays.
When schools get out in late May, many college students flood to Las Vegas to celebrate the end of their school year or graduation. Winter breaks often occur between in January or February. This is another time when Las Vegas gets flooded with young adults. Fourth of July and Labor Day are two of the most popular times of the year for family vacations to Las Vegas.
Since Las Vegas does not have an “off-season”, when is the city less crowded? If you want to avoid a massive crowed of partiers, then shoot for the brief period of time between Christmas and New Year’s Eve. Travel to Las Vegas picks up around the weekends with people arriving on Fridays and leaving on Mondays. So if you dislike super heavy crowds then plan your trip during the week. Ideally, shoot from Tuesday to Thursday.
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays are usually when hotels and resorts offer the best prices on rooms, too. If you are lucky, you may be able to save during the week with incentive packages. While you may save during the week, many hotels try not to lower rates unless booking rates decrease. That is when resorts start lowering rates for rooms or offer booking incentives, so you may get the best rates by waiting to book; there is no guarantee that this will save you money though, so book when you feel comfortable doing so.
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