We know that Las Vegas isn’t exactly cheap. Between gambling, dining, drinking, and partying, costs tend to add up quickly. Luckily, you can use your status as a government employee to get a discounted hotel rate at a few specific resorts in Vegas.
Below, we’ll dive into which Las Vegas hotels offer a reduced government employee rate.
Note that most properties will either require you to verify your status in advance or bring a form of identification to prove your status.
If you are in the military or are a veteran of the armed forces, there is a broader assortment of hotels that will be able to offer a military discount specifically. Check out the full rundown of Las Vegas resorts that offer a military discount here.
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Resorts on the Strip That Offer a Discounted Government Employee Rate
Caesars Entertainment: A government employee discount of up to 30% is offered on the Caesars Entertainment website, here. When booking, you’ll be asked to verify your employment status with ID Me, which is pretty painless.
Resort properties that fall under the Caesars Entertainment umbrella include Caesars Palace, Planet Hollywood, Paris, Bally’s, Cromwell, Flamingo, Linq, and Harrah’s.
Tropicana: Local, State, and Federal government employees are eligible for discounted room rates at Tropicana. This discounted rate at Tropicana is also good for Canadian government employees.
Other Las Vegas Hotels That Offer A Discounted Government Employee Rate
Station Casinos: A government employee discount of up to 15% is offered on the Station Casinos website, here.
Properties eligible for Station Casino’s government discount include Red Rock, Green Valley Ranch, Palace Station, Sunset Station, Boulder Station, and Santa Fe Station.
Westgate: A 10% booking discount for government employees can be applied by selecting the “Flexible Government & Military & Free Parking” rate after entering your dates of travel. Alternatively, the discount is available by booking through that specific offer on Westgate’s website, here.
OYO: A short walk from the Las Vegas Strip, a government employee discount of up to 30% is available when booking through that specific offer on OYO’s website, here. Sweetening the government employee discount, OYO is also offering a free “Hot American Breakfast” daily.
Being a government employee has its perks! Hopefully, we were able to point you in the direction of a Las Vegas hotel offering a government employee discount that works for you!
Does your preferred resort not offer a government employee discount? Check out this resort-by-resort breakdown of current promotions, discounts, and offers.
I’m a former software salesman turned Vegas aficionado. While the craps table is my preferred habitat, I pull myself away to explore new attractions, shows, restaurants, and outdoor activities around Las Vegas with the intent of sharing my experiences.
Ultimately, I just want to help folks plan a better trip and save a few bucks in the process.