Las Vegas is home to buffets that span the spectrum of price and quality. While numerous resources exist to help you find the “best” options, our intent here is to help you find the cheapest buffets in Las Vegas.
While high-end options like Wynn, Bacchanal, and Wicked Spoon are spectacular, their $60+ price point can make many people cringe. Fortunately, there are numerous options that won’t put as painful a dent into your gambling budget.
Note that the prices we’re looking at to determine the cheapest buffets in Vegas are for adults. Kids often eat at a discount, or even free in some cases. We’ll add a link out to each buffet so that you can get up-to-date pricing for your kiddos.
Additionally, buffet hours and days of operation are a bit of a mess right now, with many only offering brunch or dinner service exclusively. Some buffets are even closing mid-week when demand is less prevalent. We’ll do our best to keep this updated, but recommend double-checking to ensure your preferred will be open at your desired time.
Cheapest Buffets on the Strip
The Buffet Circus Circus
While not fancy or gourmet, Circus Circus weighs in as the cheapest buffet on the Las Vegas Strip. The buffet is open daily for Brunch and dinner and pricing/hours can be found below:
- Brunch is $22.99 and runs from 7 am – 2 pm.
- Dinner is $24.99 and runs from 4:30 pm – 10 pm.
- Brunch is $25.99 and runs from 7 am – 2 pm.
- Dinner is $27.99 and runs from 4:30 pm – 10 pm.
Get more info on The Buffet at Circus Circus here.
The Buffet at Excalibur
Like Circus Circus, Excalibur is known for being kid and family-friendly. Unlike Circus Circus, Excalibur’s affordable buffet is only available for brunch Friday – Tuesday from 8 am – 3 pm with the following pricing:
- Brunch on Monday and Tuesday is $26.99.
- Brunch on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday is $29.99.
Get more info on The Buffet at Excalibur here.
See Also: The Buffet at Excalibur Review – Take a look inside!
The Buffet at Luxor
Housed in the iconic pyramid on the south end of the Las Vegas Strip, Luxor’s buffet is a strong value. Open only for brunch Wednesday – Sunday from 8 am – 3 pm, The Buffet at Luxor boasts a made-to-order omelet and eggs benedict station among other culinary options. Luxor’s buffet is currently closed on Monday and Tuesday. Qualifying as one of the cheapest buffets on the Strip, pricing is as follows:
- Brunch Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday is $26.99.
- Brunch on Saturday and Sunday is $29.99.
Get more info on The Buffet at Luxor here.
See Also: Review of The Buffet at Luxor – Take a look inside!
MGM Grand Buffet
A mid-tier buffet, MGM Grand’s is a solid value. Serving only breakfast, lunch, and brunch until 3 pm daily, pricing is as follows:
- Breakfast, lunch, and brunch are $27.99 on weekdays.
- Breakfast, lunch, and brunch are $36.99 on weekends.
Get more information on MGM Grand’s buffet here.
Related: Check out our review of the Buffet at MGM Grand.
Cheapest Buffet Downtown Las Vegas
Garden Court Buffet at Main Street Station
The Garden Court Buffet is currently the only buffet in operation on Fremont Street. While it wins the title of cheapest buffet in downtown Las Vegas by default, it’s been respected for years as a strong value. Hours and pricing are as follows:
- Brunch is offered daily from 8 pm – 2 pm and costs $18.99.
- Dinner is offered on Friday and Saturday from 4 pm – 9 pm and costs $25.99.
You can get additional information on their website.
Related: Garden Court Buffet Review – Take a look inside!
Other Cheap Buffets in Las Vegas
Garden Buffet at South Point
If you don’t mind getting away from the touristy parts of town, South Point offers one of the cheapest buffets in Las Vegas. Pricing and options are as follows:
- Weekday breakfast runs from 7 am – 10 am and costs $12.95 while weekday lunch is from 11 am – 3 pm and costs $16.95.
- Weekend Brunch runs from 8 am – 3 pm and costs $24.95. As an added bonus, bottomless mimosas are included at no extra charge.
- Dinner is offered from 4 pm – 9 pm daily and is $24.99 with the exception of Friday which is Seafood Night and costs $36.95.
You can save an additional $3 on your buffet by joining South Point’s player’s club. See the full menu and pricing here.
Related: Review of South Point’s Garden Buffet!
Although cheap buffets in Las Vegas are becoming more difficult to find, there are still a few options that could be a great fit!