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Enjoy the Buffet of Buffets at Harrah’s Properties

In the last year, several Strip casinos have tried to entice diners with all-you-can-eat buffet passes that are good for a 24-hour period. And, provided you eat your three meals a day plus snacks, it is a good deal.

Well, Harrah’s may have just figured out a way to make a good deal even better.

rio-carnivalbuffet-dessertStarting April 12, 2010, you’ll be able to enjoy citywide, all-day access to seven of Sin City’s famed buffets for one price.

The Buffet of Buffets program will cost $39.99 plus tax for Total Rewards members and $45.99 plus tax for others. Pass holders will enjoy a full 24 hours of access to not just one resort’s buffet, but to seven buffets in seven resorts.

Participating in this buffet pass are:

Total Rewards customers will use their cards as their pass, and other diners will get a wristband to wear that will give them the 24-hour access.

This is great for several reasons. First, you don’t have to rush back to one hotel every time you want to eat. Second, you can try out several buffets with this pass. Have breakfast at Paris Las Vegas, lunch at Planet Hollywood and dinner at Caesars Palace … all for as low as $39.99. The dinner buffet at Caesars alone is $26.99.

Harrah’s isn’t saying how long this 24-hour pass will be available, but for now, it’s probably one of the best dining deals you’ll find in Vegas.