Las Vegas, where the best things in life are free!

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It’s true! There are plenty of shows and attractions that are free in Las Vegas and that’s why it’s the number destination in the US. That also means the traveler also has a fantastic choice of luxury hotel rooms at minimal prices. Check cheaprooms.com now and find a hotel for cheap in Las Vegas and let the good times roll!

The Strip , or close to it, is where you want to be because a lot of the major casinos have free entertainment as part of their offering. The discount hotel rooms in Las Vegas available for booking right now. The good rooms go quick though, so hurry!

The best show in town for fans of Elvis in Vegas is on at Harrah’s. Pete ‘Big Elvis’ Vallee performs most nights in the Piano Bar and he’s a brilliant impressionist of the man himself – from the clothes, the look and the style to the voice. And yes, it’s free – or the price of a drink anyway.

Who doesn’t love a circus? And one of the best circus’s in Vegas is at the Circus Circus Hotel and Casino at 2880 Las Vegas Boulevard. Different acts shake their stuff every half hour from 11 in the morning through until midnight every day. It’s the perfect tease to a big night out later on at Cirque du Soleil.

Billy Joel said it (sang it?) right when he said play us a song, you’re the Piano Man, you make us feel alright… You’ll find a pair of veteran ivory bangers doing duelling pianos in Las Vegas at the Piano Bar in the Paris Hotel. It’s a plush, comfy lounge in the champagne and cigar belt of Vegas and the live music plays from 9pm ’til 1am nightly. It’s a special night out perfect for a spot of romance.

You want some old-style Vegas experience? Head for the Fremont Street experience. The pedestrian promenade is a show in itself, but you’ll also catch a free show if you’re lucky on the First and Third Street stages. There are dozens of shows and events monthly, so just wander down there and you’re bound to find something happening – for free!

So these guys just love pain…?

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