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Save Money with the Las Vegas MealTicket

Dining in Las Vegas is one of the city’s highlights, but it can also be one of the most expensive activities in the city. Everything is more expensive on the Las Vegas Strip, and when you start cobbling together $20.00 entrees and $10.00 drinks, a quick lunch can quickly result in a healthy-sized check.

The Las Vegas MealTicket makes it easy to keep the Las Vegas dining budget in check. For as little as $44.00 per day, users of the MealTicket can enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner without having to worry about picking up the tab at each meal.

The pass is fairly simply to use: Simply purchase one in one-, two-, three- or five-consecutive day durations. You are then welcome to use the pass at any of the participating restaurants for breakfast, lunch and dinner, where you will be given a menu with available menu options. No reservations are required to use the MealTicket, and, due to the unique arrangements through the pass, you not only know how much you’ll pay per day on food, but you receive a better value than if you paid for each of these meals individually.

When you activate the MealTicket at the first restaurant of your choice, it is then good for 24 hours. This includes one breakfast, one lunch and one dinner per day. The more days you add to the pass, the cheaper the pass becomes.

Participating restaurants include:

Planet Hollwood
Pampas Brazilian Grille
Jackson’s Bar and Grill
San Gennaro Grill
Spice Market Buffet
Fresh Grill and Bar
Cheeseburger Las Vegas
Lombardi’s Romagna Mia
La Salsa Cantina

Also, with the purchase of a MealTicket, guests are given the opportunity to purchase a ticket to a show at the V Theater for only $25.00, which offers additional savings.

>>Buy the Las Vegas MealTicket.

>>Other ways to save money on your Las Vegas vacation.
>>More information on coupons and discounts for your Las Vegas vacation.

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