With things more expensive in Vegas today than when you first started making the trip, it’s natural that saving money on a hotel would be at the top of your agenda. Fortunately, many Las Vegas resorts offer discounted rooms to senior citizens and members of AARP.
Below, I’ll detail the hotels on the Strip, downtown, and off the Strip that will shave some money off your bill for your status as a senior. I’ll also clearly state what that property’s definition of senior is as age requirements vary.
Note that guests typically need to have ID ready to prove their age to obtain the resort’s senior discount.
Although you’re going to score a discount, keep in mind that you’ll still be required to pay resort fees.
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Resorts on the Strip That Offer an AARP/Senior Discount
Caesars Entertainment: Guests over the age of 50 years old can receive up to 30% off when booking through the senior discount on Caesars website, here, and verifying their age through “ID ME”.
I personally went through the ID ME process to redeem a separate military discount through Caesars, and it wasn’t too painful.
Hotels included in the senior discount include Caesars Palace, Planet Hollywood, Paris, Horseshoe, Cromwell, Flamingo, LINQ, and Harrah’s.
MGM Resorts: Guests 62 years of age and older can book rooms at a variable discount of up to 5% when compared to their younger counterparts. The senior discount with MGM Resorts hotels can be booked here.
Properties eligible for the senior discount include Mandalay Bay, Delano, Luxor, Excalibur, New York New York, Park MGM, Aria, Vdara, Mirage, MGM Grand, and Bellagio.
Sahara: Over the age of 55? If so, you are eligible to save 10% at Sahara by booking through their senior discount.
Best Western at Casino Royale: When booking directly through Best Western, active AARP members, and guests over the age of 55 receive a 5-10% discounted room rate. Simply select your travel dates and property, then select the specific “AARP/Senior” offer.
As a deal sweetener, Casino Royale is one of the few hotels in Vegas without resort fees.
Cosmopolitan: A special rate is available to those aged 50 or older, or are members of AARP. To redeem the offer, simply select your travel dates and desired room type on Cosmo’s website. You will then see a dropdown for “More Pricing Options”. Select the AARP rate there, and you’re all set!
Circus Circus: Guests over the age of 62 years old can receive an additional 15% off by booking Circus Circus’ senior discount.
STRAT: Seniors can take advantage of STRAT’s 10% senior discount by booking online here, or by calling 1-800-998-6937 and mentioning the promotional code “SENIOR”.
Tropicana: A senior citizen discount of 10% at Tropicana is available to those aged 65 and up. Notably, Tropicana also allows you to book more than one room via the senior discount, which could come in handy if traveling with family.
Seniors also receive a discount of 15% in Tropicana’s spa.
Downtown Las Vegas Hotels That Offer Senior/AARP Discounts
Binions Hotel Apache and 4 Queens: The sister properties on Fremont Street both offer a 10% senior discount on hotel rooms to those aged 55 or over. To get the deal, select the senior discount under “special offers” at the time of booking.
Fremont, California, and Main Street Station: The trio of Boyd Gaming properties Downtown all offer a 10% senior discount. To get the deal, select “Save 10% for Qualified Guests” as a “Special Rate” when booking your hotel room online.
Downtown Grand: Both AARP members and seniors aged 55 and up can receive a 10% discount at Downtown Grand. I personally love Downtown Grand. Check out our Superior and Premium Room reviews before booking!
Rooms in their brand new Gallery Tower specifically are among the quietest hotel rooms in Las Vegas.
Golden Nugget: A significant AARP discount of 30% is offered when booking a room in Golden Nugget’s Carson Tower specifically. You can access Golden Nugget’s AARP rate here.
Plaza: Guests 60+ are eligible to receive Plaza’s 15% (weekend) or 30% (weekday) senior discount on hotel bookings. To have the discount applied, guests can either enter the promo code “SENIOR” when booking, or click through that specific offer on Plaza’s promotions page.
Other Las Vegas Hotels That Offer a Senior/AARP Discount
Station Casinos: A 10% discount is offered to Seniors and AARP members at Santa Fe Station, Sunset Station, Boulder Station, Palace Station, Green Valley Ranch, and Red Rock by booking through that specific offer on Station Casinos’ website, here.
Boyd Gaming Properties: Guests over the age of 55 receive a discount of 10% when selecting “Save 10% for Qualified Guests” from the “Special Offers” dropdown when booking online.
Hotels eligible for this senior discount include Sam’s Town, Orleans, Gold Coast, Aliante, Eastside Cannery, Cannery, and Suncoast.
South Point: Located south of the main drag of the Las Vegas Strip, South Point offers card-carrying AARP members a 10% discount on hotel bookings. South Point’s senior discount can be booked here.
Westgate: A 15% senior discount is offered by Westgate to those aged 50+. While not on the Strip, Westgate is connected to Strip resorts via the Las Vegas Monorail.
Platinum: An AARP discount of 10% can be applied to all bookings by selecting that specific offer on The Platinum’s Special Rates page.
See? Getting older isn’t all bad! At least you can turn those years of experience into savings when booking a hotel room in Fabulous Las Vegas Nevada! Hopefully, I was able to assist you in finding a senior discount in Vegas that works for you!
If your preferred resort doesn’t offer a senior discount, check out our compilation of current offers, discounts, and promotions by hotel. Simply click the hotel to see what deals are available.
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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.