Bright lights, casinos, and countless places to shop are all part of the Las Vegas experience. Between the high number of fancy hotels and the performances that tourists can attend, it seems pretty easy to shell out quite a lot of cash in just a few short days. And with flights and food, things can add up.

If Las Vegas is on your travel list and you would rather not say goodbye to your savings, then it's a good idea to figure out the time of year that is going to be the most affordable. With a little research and advance planning, there is definitely a way to take a trip to this city in Nevada when it's much cheaper. And then you can save enough to go back the following January.


Read on to find out the cheapest time of year to visit Las Vegas.

The Cheapest Month To Go To Las Vegas Is January

According to Travel Tips USA Today, the cheapest time of the year to go to Las Vegas. As the publication explains, "During this month, flights tend to be 15 percent cheaper than they are the rest of the year, and that's likely because January is the coldest month in Las Vegas. Temperatures can drop to as low as 34 degrees Fahrenheit and reach a high of only 58 degrees."

But even though January is said to have fairly cold weather, people on Reddit say that it's subjective because you might live in a much more freezing climate. One user said it won't be bad for people who are used to it. They wrote, "If you come from Florida, brace yourself" and continued that Vegas winters are "cold and dry."

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You Can Find A Great Hotel Deal

It's definitely possible to find a great hotel deal when traveling to Las Vegas in January. For example, if you stay at Oasis At Gold Spike, which is located on Las Vegas Blvd, you could stay in a room for three nights from Thursday, January 7 to Sunday, January 10, 2020, for $316.81 USD, according to Of course, many other hotels for the same dates will be much more than that, but it's a good example of how you can find an incredible deal during this month in Las Vegas.

According to Trip Advisor, the hotel design is a "nod to the classic architecture of 1960s Las Vegas." There are 119 restaurants close to this hotel, and reviews call it "clean" and "modern" and "pleasant." One thing to note is that Gold Spike Oasis's 7th-floor penthouse was on the MTV reality series Real World, which many people enjoy seeing.

You can grab some food at Fiddlestix, which is part of the hotel. There are some really fun foods on the menu ranging from Chicken Fingers to a Peanut Butter Cup Milkshake to Pizza Fries.

There Are Many Fun Activities In January In Las Vegas

There are so many fun activities in January in Las Vegas, which is good news since this is the cheapest time of year to visit. Free Tours By Foot mentions seeing some stand-up comedy, going to some basketball or hockey games, seeing a magical show, or checking out a concert. Thankfully, there is a lot of entertainment in Las Vegas that is going on year-round, so you won't miss out if you visit in the winter. And there is plenty of variety so you can pick something that truly appeals to you.

A trip to Las Vegas can also include purchasing tickets to see Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition, where you can also take an audio tour. It's located in the Luxor Hotel. You can also go to the Mob Museum. According to the official website, before it was a museum it was a post office and it also was a courthouse, which would be a cool piece of history to see in person, that's for sure. The website says it's also called the National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement, and there are artifacts and interactive exhibits. It's also close to Fremont Street, where you will most likely spend a lot of time as it's a popular place in Las Vegas.

Even though summertime might seem like a prime time to go to an exciting city like Las Vegas, there are many reasons to go in January... starting with the fact that it's the cheapest time of the year. With hotel deals and interesting activities, you're going to have an epic trip, and you'll be thrilled that you figured out the best month to go.

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