Las Vegas Travel Tips: 10 Things to Know Before You Go to Las Vegas

Las Vegas Travel Tips: 10 Things to Know Before You Go to Las Vegas

(acapella music) – [Narrator] Yelloww Productions presents: – 10 things to know before
you go to Las Vegas, Nevada. I’m Chris. This is Topher. Together, we make Yelloww Productions. We do travel guides that are fun, informative, and entertaining. And in this video, we’re gonna tell you everything you need to know
before you come to this place. Often, I think of it as the entertainment capital of the world. That’s, I guess, L.A., but there is certainly a
lot of entertainment here. So, the first thing we’re gonna talk about is that Las Vegas is big. Often, when people think of Las Vegas, they think it’s small. They think they can walk
to everything on the Strip. The Las Vegas Strip is four miles long. And so, you really can’t walk
to everything on the Strip. It will often take you 15 to 20 minutes just to go from your hotel, say if you’re at Bally’s, to the next hotel, which is maybe Paris or Planet Hollywood down there. Particularly, if your room
is at the back of the hotel, you’ll be doing a lot of walking
when you come to Las Vegas. So, it’s important to find
the shortcuts between hotels. For example, the two I just
mentioned, Bally’s and Paris, there’s actually a
little shortcut that goes between the two hotels
that you can walk through. There’s monorails that you can take and lots of things that you can take that you don’t have to
always traverse the Strip. Because you’re gonna be
doing a lot of walking, you should bring comfortable footwear. I can’t count the number of times, after 10, 11, midnight,
that I see a lotta girls in their heels taking them
off and walking barefoot because they are too uncomfortable
to walk anymore in them. I also mention the
shortcuts between hotels. In addition to pedestrian shortcuts, there are also trams that go
between a number of the hotels. For example, there’s a tram that goes from The Luxor to the Excalibur Hotel. And there’s also tram that
goes from the Monte Carlo to the Bellagio and stops
at the Aria in the middle. So make good use of those trams. There’s also the Las Vegas monorail, which you can take as
well. That one isn’t free. It costs you a little bit of money. Something else to know
about Las Vegas being big and transportation is that taxis, you can’t actually
hail a taxi on the Strip. If you wanna catch a taxi,
you’re gonna have to go into the kinda hotel lobby area. There’ll be a taxi rank, and that’s where you
can pick up a taxi from. But be prepared to wait in line, because taxis are pretty popular. Don’t think you’re
gonna get one instantly. Sometimes you can wait up to
20 minutes to get into a taxi. And the last thing to note
about Las Vegas being big is it’s a big city, and so,
traffic is really, really awful, particularly at 6:00 p.m. The Las Vegas Strip gets even
worse as the night goes on. Maybe even midnight is the
worst time to be on the Strip. But, 6:00 p.m. is an awful
time to be on the I-15. So, don’t even think about driving that at the evening rush hour. Okay! The second thing
to know about Las Vegas is about downtown Las Vegas. And I am doing this about center-strip. I’m standing at the Caesars Palace Hotel, downtown Las Vegas. Again,
on the map it looks close, but it’s really pretty far. It’s maybe five, six miles to
downtown Las Vegas from here. And that cab ride is gonna cost you $30, if you take a taxi to go
to downtown Las Vegas. So, if you’re going, be prepared for a little bit of
sticker shock on taxis, cuz taxis are not cheap in Vegas. But, going to downtown
Vegas, I think is worth it, because the Fremont Street
Experience is really cool. They’ve got this lit-up LED screen that runs over the street. They’ve got night time entertainment. They’ve really glitzed up what used to be kind of a crappy part of town. But in addition to that
crappy part of town, it’s kind of cool to see Old Las Vegas, the Golden Nugget, and
these classic hotels that you’ve heard of and
seen in lots of movies. But be prepared for them to be smoky, cuz the hotels are old. Their air conditioning isn’t quite as good as the Strip hotels, which I feel have a lot
fresher air in the casinos. And the other final thing to
know about downtown Las Vegas is people say that’s where you can get the best slot machine odds. So if you’re playing the slot machines, downtown Las Vegas is your place to play. And I will say, I’ve probably
won the most gambling at the slot machines downtown. I don’t gamble a whole lot, but those have been pretty lucky for me. Alright, the third thing to know before you go to Las
Vegas, is about hotels. And the first thing I’ll tell you, Las Vegas has a lot of cheap hotels. You can get $29 a night hotel rooms, but you probably won’t want
those or won’t like them. I’ve stayed in a lot of bad hotels, before I started picking
better hotels. And so, again, if you pick that $29 a night rate, you will regret it. I did, when I picked those rates. If you want to stay in
the middle of the Strip, stay right around, kind of
where I’m standing, actually. Caesars Palace, really
center strip, so is Bally’s, Paris, Bellagio, The Flamingo. On this trip, I’m at The Venetian, which is just one block off the strip. But, this is really the
center of all the action. If you’re staying here, you
probably don’t need a car. You can walk, pretty much,
most places, or take a taxi. And it’s in the middle, so you’re not paying exorbitant fees. One thing to know about
hotels in Las Vegas, though, is they charge resort fees.
Oh God, I hate resort fees. Resort fees, I feel like,
started in resorts, in beaches, and places like that,
where they have a room rate and then they charge
you an extra nightly fee for all the things like
the beach and paddleboards and surfboards and swimming pools, like stuff that you never use. In Vegas, most of the hotels on the Strip have started charging resort
fees of $20 to $25 a night. So again, that $29 room might
actually be twice as much because it might have resort
fee and taxes tacked on. So, take a look at those
fees before you book. And many of the Strip hotels are starting to charge for parking now, so take a look and see if your hotel charges for parking. Again, the Weston, which I’m at, which is just one block off
the Strip, free parking. And so, I really like that. Weston does charge a resort fee. A number of The Marriotts
though, which I like to stay at, free parking and no resort fees. So, that’s where your often
gonna get a pretty good deal. So, if you like peace and quiet, then you might not wanna stay in one of these big Strip hotels, because every one of
them has a big casino, lots of people. Things go 24/7. So, if you like peace and quiet,
pick a hotel off the Strip. If you want the most peace and quiet, one of my favorite hotels, it’s
a little far from the Strip, is the J.W. Marriott Las Vegas. It does have a casino,
but it’s very quiet, reserved. It’s on a golf course. It is a tranquil place
to stay in Las Vegas. The fourth thing to know
before you come to Las Vegas is about gambling. And so, if you are coming
to gamble in Las Vegas, you should learn the games. Don’t play a game, if
you don’t know the rules. Because if you don’t know the rules, chances are, you’re just
throwing your money away. But the cool thing
about learning the games is lots of the casinos
actually have free classes that you can learn the games in. They’re usually not at night. They’re usually early afternoon. But check those classes out. They’re free. They’ll teach you how to play craps, or a lot of games that maybe
you aren’t familiar with. Also, if you are gambling, you
should join the Players Club. The two big Players Club: there’s MGM and there’s Caesars Palace. They each have a rewards program. If you’re gonna gamble,
you might as well gamble and get a few rewards
points while you’re at it. That might give you free
perks later, like free rooms, easy entrance into the buffets, maybe free parking at
some of the properties. So, don’t miss out on that opportunity. The fifth thing to know,
before you go to Las Vegas, is that Las Vegas is the desert. And being the desert, you should drink plenty of
water while you’re here, because it’s dry all the time. It’s dry in the summer.
It’s dry in the winter. I mean, in the summer, it’s
really, really hot but, in the winter, it can actually
get really, really cold. If you’re coming in the winter, you should be bringing a jacket, because it can be cold and
windy with low temperatures. But being the desert and dry, you wanna be drinking a lot of water,
whatever season you’re here. And I will tell you, you
should buy your water at a supermarket, or
Walgreens, or a drug store. Do not buy your water at these casinos. These casinos will charge
you an arm and a leg, and then maybe a second
leg for a bottle of water. Like, I was in one of these casinos and saw a bottle of water for $6. You heard me right, $6. Now, if you’re playing the slot machines and you have the Players Club, you can get all the
alcoholic drinks for free that you want to. But that bottle of water
that’s non-alcoholic, that’ll be $6. Also, if you’re out and in the daytime, or you’re by the swimming pool,
make sure to wear sunscreen. The sun is very strong here in the desert. And the casinos are
always super, super cold. They keep them air-conditioned. I think that they can store meat in there. But so, you may actually
want to bring a light jacket, not for the outside, but for the inside. I often come to Las Vegas for conferences. And I’ll be in the
conference meeting rooms for a couple hours, and
if I’m in the summer, I’ll have to go outside to thaw out again, so that I can warm up, cuz I get way too cold from being inside. Alright, the sixth thing to know, before you come to Las
Vegas, is about when to go. When should you go to Las Vegas? And there’s not really a
time of year that’s the best, but the best time to come to Vegas is when there is not a convention in town. Las Vegas, big convention town. Conventions that draw over
a hundred thousand people. CES is a big example of them, which is the big computer show every year. So, you wanna make sure you don’t come when one of those conventions are here. There are plenty of
convention calendars online that you can check the
conventions that are in Vegas. It will behoove you to do that. If you come during a non-convention week, the rooms might be, you might
get good rooms for 80 bucks, and those same rooms
during a convention week could be $300 or $400. The couple times a year that are good is Christmas is typically a slow time. After Thanksgiving is
also a pretty good time to come to Vegas. Also, mid-week is a good time,
like Monday to Wednesday, is the least busy time in Vegas. The busiest is the weekend,
particularly, for all the people who can drive in from
Southern California, from L.A. They typically come Friday, Saturday, and then, drive back Sunday. So, if you are coming
from L.A. to Las Vegas, don’t drive back from Vegas on a Sunday afternoon to L.A. What’s normally a four-hour
drive will take you seven hours with all the traffic of people going back to L.A. from Vegas. And, the other thing
to know is that Vegas, it doesn’t ever close. I mean, I know there are
holidays that most of us take in this country, but they don’t in Vegas. Vegas is 24/7, 365 days a year. Everything here is pretty
much open all the time. I mean, that’s a slight over-exaggeration. Some of the stores, the
buffets, they do close at night, but they’ll be open 365 days a year. Typically, even on
Thanksgiving and Christmas, you will find this a
fantastic place to be. Alright, the seventh thing to
know before you come to Vegas, is about food. And the food in Vegas is
awesome, without a doubt. I just finished eating
at The Bellagio buffet. Really good buffet. Caesars Palace, where I’m
at, has the Bacchanal. I’m not sure how to pronounce it. It’s rated the number one
buffet in all of Las Vegas. The buffets here will be hands down the best buffets you eat,
I’m gonna say, anywhere. But, in addition to all the great food, there’s also lots of crappy food. So, I read somebody that
was describing it and said, “You’re never more than 100 feet away from the best gourmet food of your life, but you’re also never
more than 100 feet away from the worst two-dollar
hot dog of your life.” So, do your research,
because not all the food here is the best. Some of it
really caters to tourists. And so, a lot of the
good ones, I will say, are the non-obvious ones. For example, there’s a restaurant in The
Venetian called Bouchon. It’s this fancy French restaurant,
but in order to find it, you have to go up one of the elevators that’s basically marked for guests only. You would never know how
to get to this restaurant, or that it was even there, unless you knew it was there,
and you knew to look for it. And also, if there’s a famous
restaurant in the world that you’ve wanted to eat at, chances are, it very well may have a
location in Las Vegas. For example, in Los Angeles, there’s a famous breakfast
place called Eggslut. You may have seen it if you’ve seen my “Los Angeles Cheap Eats” video,
or my “Food Hauls” video. Well, they have a location
here in Las Vegas. Also, the Hofbräuhaus from Munich has a location here in Las Vegas. The Shake Shack, which is from New York, has a location here in Las Vegas. There are a lot of
restaurants in Las Vegas that have their,
basically, second location out of the original one here. So, do take a look for
some of those specialties. But the food, it can be expensive. Those great buffets that I talked about, the one I had at The
Bellagio was $38 for dinner, so it wasn’t cheap. But there are some that are cheap, and if you’re interested in those, check out my video on the
“Best Cheap Eats” in Las Vegas. Link’s in the description below. You can still find a
t-bone steak in Las Vegas for $4.95, if you know where to look. The cheapest food is
typically not on the Strip. The cheapest food is usually downtown. Chinatown has good eats too. And the other thing to know
is you can get breakfast pretty much 24/7 here, cuz
this town, again, never sleeps. People gamble til late at
night, wake up at odd hours, so if you want breakfast at 7:00 p.m., you can usually find it. So now, in the food section, I’ve been talking a lot about buffets. I’ve got 7.1 to tell
you just about buffets. The buffets are great, but
just once a day, please. Caesars Palace has this
24-hour buffet pass that you can have all you can eat from all of their buffets within 24 hours. That is just crazy, because
when I eat one buffet, I’m pretty much done
for the next 24 hours. If you try to eat two buffets in a day, you will pretty much gross
yourself out, I think. I gross myself out when I do it. The best time to have a buffet is right at the end of
lunch, right before dinner. A lot of buffets are more
expensive during dinner, have better food during dinner, and if you time it just right, you can get to a lot of buffets and pay the lunch time prices,
but eat the dinner time food. But the lines for dinner on
weekends, things like that, they can be long. Think one, two, three hours. (loud car) That was a really loud
car. I was going to eat at the Caesars Palace buffet this evening, but the wait was 90 minutes
on a Tuesday at 6:15 p.m. So, prepare yourself for the wait. So if you want to avoid the rush, eat your dinner at 5:00 p.m. or 8:30 p.m. Pick early or pick late. 7.2: This is in the food
section and it’s about alcohol. And you can drink alcohol
anywhere in Las Vegas. You can drink alcohol in the casinos. You can drink alcohol on the street. You can drink alcohol crossing the street. But, you need to know that
you can only drink alcohol if it’s in on the street,
if it’s in a plastic cup. No glasses are allowed on the street. So if you’re leaving a hotel and you have an alcoholic drink, ask for a to-go plastic cup. They’ll be happy to give it to you and you can carry your drink as you go. You’ll often see tons of
people carrying these, like, foot-long margaritas with
them as they walk around, cuz, everybody knows, you
need a foot-long margarita everywhere you go. That makes
the vacation so much better. Alright, the eighth thing
to know about Las Vegas is about ATMS. And it is that, ATMs are expensive. Almost every hotel has ATMs as part of their, like,
bill-breaker machines, because the same machine that
you would use to cash out your ticket vouchers
from the slot machines, you can use, typically, as an ATM. But they are gonna charge
you a ridiculous surcharge to get your money out. And
then, you lose your money and give it to the casino anyway, so I don’t even know why they charge you the ridiculous ATM fees, but they do. If you’re looking for a bank
ATM, like Bank of America, they’re actually really hard to find. There’s very few actual
bank ATMs on the Strip. You’ll find them a few
blocks off the Strip, but if you don’t have a car,
they are hard to come by. So, make sure that you prepare
ahead. Bring cash with you. Don’t be planning to get
here and take out cash from the ATM, unless you
just want to give away lots of your hard-earned money to the banks in the form of ATM fees. The ninth thing to know about Las Vegas, this is the second to
last one, is smoking. Smoking seems to be allowed
almost everywhere here. I’m not really a fan of smoking, and so, it starts to bug me after a while. The Strip hotels are a lot better cuz they have a lot better ventilation, but if you’re in downtown Las Vegas, you will really notice that
there is smoke everywhere. So, just be prepared for that. The tenth and final thing to know, before you come to Las
Vegas, is about tipping. Las Vegas is a city that runs on tips. And it seems like everyone here
is going to want your tips, the waiter, the waitress,
the person in the buffet, the taxi driver, the bellboy, the people that you take a
picture with on the street. There are these people that
dress like showgirls or Elmo, and of course, they’ll be like, “Take a picture! Take a
picture! Take a picture!” And then as soon as you do
that, then they’re like, “Gimme money! Gimme money! Gimme money!” And I get that they have to make money, but it would be nice, I
feel, if they actually said, “Hey, take a picture for
a dollar!” instead of just “Take a picture! Take a
picture! Take a picture!” and now, “Give me money!” Cuz there’s a lot of people
that aren’t expecting that. If you’re someone who
is not from the U.S., or you’re not familiar
with tipping guidelines, if you’re going to a sit-down restaurant, the guidelines is typically, 15-20% of your bill you
will leave as a tip. That’s your bill before taxes. So, if your bill is $100, you might leave a $15 tip. Taxis, you would probably
tip 10 to 15-20%, depending upon how good the ride is. In your hotel, you should
also tip the housekeeping, a couple dollars a
night is typically nice. And if people bring bags to your room, a dollar or two to help
them out with that. The valet, you might tip a dollar or two. There’s guides you can look
up for tipping etiquette. But just be prepared to have
a lot of $1 bills for tips. When I come to Vegas,
the first thing I do, is I take my 20s and I go into
the bill-breaking machines in the casinos. I put the 20s in there and
get a whole bunch of ones, so that I have a whole bunch of $1 bills for my stay for all the tips. And I know some of you might be thinking it’s for strip clubs, but
it’s not. It’s for tips. And so, just a couple other
things you should know. These aren’t part of the 10,
but there are a couple things that I just want to leave you with is to skip the time-share sales pitches. There’s gonna be people
that’ll try to lure you in to see free shows, or things like that. Generally, something
that’s too good to be true is too good to be true. If you go to a time-share
to get a discount on a show, you’re gonna waste a whole
bunch of time in there. And really it’s not worth your time. Just enjoy your time in Vegas. Pay for the things you want. And don’t be doing that
too good to be true. Alright, well that wraps up this video. Now you know everything you need to know to come to Las Vegas. If you enjoyed this video,
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100 thoughts on “Las Vegas Travel Tips: 10 Things to Know Before You Go to Las Vegas”

  1. Comments from a 25 year LV resident: Forget the taxi’s, use Uber or Lyft. Downtown LV is cool, old school gambling. Cheaper minimums. Do not play video poker on the strip, the machines are tight as a drum. Downtown much better for that. MGM started the ridiculous resort fees and everyone followed. I detest the resort fee concept, nothing but a money grab to screw the tourist. I agree to learn the games before you play. I studied a book about craps for a week before I jumped on a table for the first time. The odds are against you even if you are a games expert like me. You play as a clueless tourist you have no chance. He’s right about the conventions. Do not come during CES, SEMA, or MAGIC. He’s right, cheapest rooms are Sunday-Thursday. Problem is, weekends are more exciting. Do NOT pay $60+ for a buffet! Price of food does not equate to quality. Do NOT use an ATM in a strip casino. They charge a fee up to almost $10, such a ripoff. Smoking is tolerated, but don’t be the asshole pulling out a cigar. You will get harassed by customers and employees if you start smoking a cigar in a casino. Stay away from the time share presentations! It will be 2 hours of hard core closing by seasoned salesmen. That’s not worth a free $30 show ticket folks.

  2. I get a lot of my coworkers saying it's better to work regular days(I work weekends) and have the weekends off… HAH! I've taken vacations on my off days (Monday – Wednesday) an it's great! Not many people during those days

  3. 1. He’s right! Las Vegas is really big. Me and my wife stayed at the MGM Grand and ok average we walked 9-10 miles a day just walking up and down the Strip. Buy the best shoes you can.

    6. I just spent 11 days in Vegas Dec 25 – Jan 4th. The temperatures were from 30°F – 48°F. It was cold!

    7. Make sure to get a buffet with your reservation because they’re really expensive. At the MGM Grand during the holidays the brunch was $32.99 per person and the Dinner was $42.99 per person. During weekends the prices are higher.

    The Casinos smell like cigarettes. It doesn’t matter which hotel. The Aria, Bellagio, Caesars, MGM, etc. If you have children try to avoid walking by them. The smell is incredible.

  4. I've been to Vegas twice. The first time was in the winter and it was surprisingly cold so bring a jacket. The second time was in May and it was peaking at around 104 degrees. I'm from the UK so it was overwhelming levels of heat. Obviously it's in a desert so the air is dry. I was on my honeymoon and we stayed at the Luxor. When you look online at a map of the strip, you really underestimate how long it is. My feet and ankles quadrupled in size from the heat walking up and down the strip. It was very uncomfortable, so be prepared if you go in the summer.

    My other tip is when you check in and the receptionist asks for your passport, put a 20 dollar bill inside it and say 'that's for you. Are there any upgrades available?' It worked both times for us and we ended up with beautiful suites with lots of extras.

  5. I'll never understand people who go to Vegas but "don't really gamble". Why are you going? That's literally what it's for. Everything to do there that isn't gambling should be done at MUCH better locales for those types of things. It's like going to a steakhouse for the chicken

  6. Yes, November & December room prices are cheap, up until around Dec 28/29 right b4 New Years Eve. We go around that time every year to look at the beautiful hotel decorations. But it can be pretty cold😨. Being from southern cali, i dont even use a coat until i go oit of town.

  7. flu snot and disgusting guests make a filthy mess outa vegas buffets… vile guests freely hack and sneeze all over the plates, utensils, food and tongs. avoid vegas at all costs

  8. We're getting ready to go to Vegas on a family trip, so thank you for all your tips!!! Your awesome and tuffer too. There are 8 of us, any other told you'd like us to know. Please feel free thx

  9. Omgod thank you! So helpful you uploaded this, so people know what to do! I also uploaded a video about what things to do in Vegas. How does my list compare to yours? Check out my channel!

  10. loved the video it has been about 10 years since i have been to vegas i am going in a couple of months and i am curious on how the free drinks while gambling has changed can anyone who has been recently let me know please on what to expect

  11. We're going to Vegas for 5 days next month, what are some decent priced restaurants with relatively healthy options? As much as I love a greasy cheeseburger, I don't think my tummy could handle that for 5 days! Thanks!

  12. Treasure Island’s buffet is bland AF. Just gonna point that out. The Mirage is pretty good. Wynn is great but $50 per person

  13. I love your videos; just not sure why you would not mention Uber / Lyft. Curious if that is where your channel name comes from (Yellow Cab)? One can Uber from Strip to Downtown for $10-$15; not $30 like the rip off cabs.

  14. Anyone ever stay at The Cosmopolitan? How was it for you? Thanks.. Going to stay for a night at the wraparound terrace suite.

  15. My boyfriend and I are going to Vegas to the Caesars palace in March. We live in Wisconsin where it was just -25 degrees at 3pm last week….. cold in Vegas my a$$ lol

  16. dont forgot the drink ladies in the casinos and the dealers at the tables on the whole tipping part. you have to tip pretty much every employee you interact with

  17. My friends definitely underestimated the amount of walking that was involved. I told them the first night… “we probably should t walk to far, it’s going to suck walking back” they said “nah, we can walk it” long story short. We called a cab back to the hotel lol

  18. "Buying" a timeshare will not be worth it unless you travel extensively to the places they have listed. Listening to their pitch is worth it if you like the rewards they offer, if you want to take a break for an hour or so and get something for free hey why not. Were else will you be paid for sitting on you ass resting and risking nothing. One rule before you go, be able to say "No" and MEAN it. They are usually professional at the hard sell, but I am a professional at say NO.
    I do it when I have nothing else to do. My last one was in Cabo San Lucas about 3 weeks ago. My first day there I listened their spiel for an hour, got a one on one guided tour of the hotel so now I knew where everything was. I said "No!" to the closer, got my $200 hotel credit which I could use for anything I charged to my room except the rent on the room itself. I used it for the spa for a couple of massages, at the bar for drinks. Not bad for an hour of my time chatting with the sales woman learning about the city and the sites. I don't think the closer liked me very much. LoL. Hey, take a load off your feet, drink the water or soft drink or whatever else they offer, listen to them talk, say thank you but no……..Remember that word. NO and use it. Before some of you get all up tight and accuse me of taking advantage. Know this, I do not go looking for these things they come to me. I tell them up front that I don't think I'll be interested, they have been warned.

  19. Me and my girlfriend are finally taking our first vacation after being together for three years. Staying at the Hard Rock. These tips are very helpful. I've been doing loads of research before traveling to LV. Hopefully it's fun

  20. Another time of year to avoid is major sporting events, Super Bowl weekend, March Madness, big boxing match/MMA fight (if it's taking place here), also avoid New Years Eve, 4th of July etc.

  21. You said the Venetian is a block off the Strip. IT IS ON the Strip. Also, the water is FREE to anyone playing the slots. It's recommended to tip the girls bring it to you. That is their living. Also, people on the street you take pictures with, DO tell you there is a fee.

  22. Just want you to know that I love watching stuff in 4K on YouTube and your video always looks so sharp on my TV! Thanks for giving us 4K!

  23. Watch my latest Las Vegas video — Common Tourist Mistakes in Vegas:
    Or watch my entire Vegas series in this playlist:

  24. Hi sir… I just travelled to Las Vegas last week . Your videos on Las Vegas tour, tips, videos on best /worst hotels ..Every video i followed and I just followed your videos and completed my trip successfully …Initially i was not sure what to see there ..Your videos made my trip very memorable ..Thanks a lot ..I really appreciate your work .. Would like to see much more videos on different places

  25. Keep in mind that casinos do not teach you how to play slots. That is because 70-80% of their revenue comes from slot play. But today's slots come with multiple pay lines and multiple jackpots, so it is in your best interest to learn before you earn. Study the paytables and read the help screens. Watch other players for a few minutes and see how things work. You may not make more money but you will definitely have more fun.

  26. The non-bank ATM machines are actually point of sale cash terminals, and are not governed the same. They can charge a fee for the transaction and another fee when you are billed, and the APR can be as high as 50%. Highly-rated players can avoid the fees by using the cage to transact withdrawals. Another tip: if you win a big jackpot, ask the attendant to pay you in a check. Put the check in an envelope, seal it, stamp it, put your name and address on it and send it home. This way, regardless of how drunk or stupid or broke you get, there will be a love letter waiting when you get home.

  27. Chris has great stuff here…pay attention. If you want to see what Vegas was like in 1956, watch my video

  28. Whether it be taxi, Uber or Lyft refuse transportation with foreign drivers. They don't know how to drive, their vehicles are filled with filth and bacteria and they smell.

  29. Thank you for the helpful info. One additional point…I usually leave a $5.00 tip for the maid (give it to her personally, otherwise the supervisor may sneak in first and grab it).

  30. I'll carry my own bags for free and why the fuck would I want to or case to tip a taxi driver?!?!?! Only retards tip taxi drivers.

  31. Number one trip he mentioned: YOURE GUNNA WALK A LOT!
    (Check Groupon as well, save a few bucks on monorail 🚝 and such)

  32. The video was good and informative. You dont need the cheesy panda security blanket. Its distracting. And dumb…

  33. The good restaurants in Vegas are the ones that don’t cater to tourists. They get customers and stay in business because they are renowned, and instead of them going to the customers, the customers come to them.

    Edit : Bouchon in Vegas is an outpost of the of the acclaimed chef Thomas Keller’s Michelin starred restaurant : Bouchon, in Yountville, California. Due to the restaurant being more secluded inside of the casino, diners at Bouchon aren’t going to be a typical family of 6 with small children crying, as they would be at some of the more strip-side options, making it a more pleasant ambiance to run a fine dining restaurant

  34. Thank you for your Vegas videos. I watched them all and I wrote down lots of little tips in Google Keep so I can refer to my notes when I am there for the first time next month. 🙂

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