How To Find Cheap Lodging In Las Vegas

The difference between the last couple articles and this one is the fact that I won’t talk about finding deal on hotels, I will only be showing you how to find deals on condos and apartments.


The reason I would recommend staying in a condo or an apartment is because then you can buy groceries and cook your food instead of buying it. This works very well if you are traveling with a bunch of people or have small children that don’t like a lot of different kinds of food. The first thing you must do is find a list of a bunch of places that offer deals on apartments and condos for a few days or longer. The places I look are on Ebay, Craigslist and the Las Vegas Newspaper.

The easiest way I have found to find great deals on apartments and condos is to look for people who are trying to rent out their condos and apartments. The reason why you can get great deals is because these people need to rent them out in order to make money so if you go in a time where they don’t have a renter then you will get even better deals.

If you have not used Craigslist then I don’t know where you have been in the past 5 years, but Craigslist is the biggest free classified ads site online and because of that everyone uses it to post their stuff.


Ebay isn’t the best place to find deals, but when they have some they are really good. What I use Ebay for is to see if I can find any people who have bought a timeshare that want to rent it out for their time instead of using it. This isn’t a hot item on Ebay so your competition won’t be as fierce.

Las Vegas Newspaper

The paper is where most people can find deals, but the problem is if you don’t have access to a paper then you won’t find all the deals. You can look online but the problem is that the Las Vegas Newspaper has a package that you can either advertise online, in the paper or both and they all have different costs, so most people won’t use the online ads as a way to advertise.

I hope these three things help you find cheaper lodging because I have used all three of them a few times each and they have always worked great for me. The one thing I want to make sure you always remember is that the best deals are made not found, so strike a deal when you see the opportunity arise.