Las Vegas Hotels Are as Cheap as $10 a Room Right Now

Las Vegas resorts are offering deals and discounts with rooms for as little as $10 a night in a bid to attract more customers as the state opens after lockdown.

Resorts such as Caesars Palace and The Bellagio are offering discounts on rooms, and some resorts, such as Sahara, are waiving resort fees.

For those on a budget, there are $10 hotel rooms at Caesars Entertainment resorts, including Flamingo, Rio, and Harrah's, with Caesars Rewards.

Additionally, MGM properties including Excalibur and Luxor are offering rooms for under $25 a night and the MGM Grand is offering rooms for $39 per night with the M Life program.

Those with a bigger budget can also make the most of Las Vegas' deals, as more expensive resorts such as Caesars Palace, Wynn, and The Bellagio are offering deals on rooms too.

Caesars Palace is offering rooms from $70 a night and both Wynn and Bellagio are offering rooms from $111.

While the room fees are much cheaper than usual, this price doesn't include the resort fee. However, Las Vegas visitors with a loyalty club status may be exempt from paying a resort fee.

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The Bellagio Hotel & Casino water fountain lagoon is viewed from Caesars Palace Hotel & Casino on May 8, 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Las Vegas resorts are offering rooms for as low as $10 to attract customers as the casinos begin to reopen. George Rose/Getty

Another deal that Californians can make the most of is the JSX jet service and Wynn Las Vegas offer. For $216 per person, get round-trip airfare on JSX from private terminals at Hollywood Burbank or John Wayne airports, plus a room with a king-sized bed, and a $50 dining credit at select Wynn restaurants.

Guests will have their temperatures taken and there will be social distancing measures implemented onboard and a maximum of 30 fliers. The planes have also been equipped with HEPA filters to improve air circulation.

The deals come as Las Vegas proceeds with its reopening, as The Bellagio and Caesars Palace poker rooms open today. However, the casinos will look a little different due to social distancing guidelines.

For example, the guidelines that Las Vegas casinos will have to follow include reducing occupancy to 50 percent. This means there will be only three players at each blackjack table, six players at each craps table, four players at each roulette table, and four players at each poker table.

Casinos will also have to disinfect cards and dice, and employees will have to wear face masks or face shields. At some resorts, masks are optional but encouraged, though Caesars will require its guests to wear masks at table games.

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