Is this a good price? I want to book tonight if possible!!!!

Discussion in 'Las Vegas' started by SophieGirl, Jan 9, 2010.

  1. SophieGirl

    SophieGirl Earning My Ears

    Dec 18, 2009
    I had NO IDEA the disboards had a vegas board!! NICE!!

    Anyway, heres my question

    We were quoted a price of $900, and I want to know if its a good price...

    2 adults
    airfare from the east coast (Newark airport) to Las Vegas
    5 days, 4 nights at Paris Resort.
    Staying Mon-Fri in Mid August

    So is this a good price, or should I hold off till the time gets closer?

    Thanks in advance!!!!!!!!!
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  3. VAN

    VAN DIS Veteran

    Feb 5, 2004
    Doesn't sound too bad. Personally I am not a fan of packages, though. See what airfare is without the hotel and then start looking at the hotel sites. Many times the price will go down for a room near your visit. If you book a package, you won't be able to take advantage of any discounts.
  4. PrincessLiLi

    PrincessLiLi Earning My Ears

    Dec 20, 2009

    I hope you haven't booked yet.
    I suggest checking out Southwest Airline Packages.

    They have really good deals. The best time to book is after midnight on Sunday or Wednesday night.

    Hope this helps,
    LiLi :goodvibes
  5. jlima

    jlima Beep Beep!

    Nov 1, 2000
    I don't know your dates, but I just looked at US Air for 8/16 - 20. Cheapest RT airfare is $288 per person for something that connects in Philly. The average rate per night at PLV that their website is selling is $130. I am going to guess you are looking at a package from an airline or some other wholesaler. They are probably purchasing the room for less than $100 per night, and their profit is the difference between what they pay and what you pay. But you can't get that rate; they can, because of the quantity of rooms they purchase and fill. The best I can do purchasing separately over those dates, right now, with just looking at ordinary websites and not Priceline, is $1096 for the same thing. $900 is pretty good, compared to what I'm seeing now. Find out what this company's policy is for refunds, if you do book! But I would guess that $288 pp for the airfare is one the cheapest you're going to find!

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