There are an abundance of restaurant options in Las Vegas, and not all of them are easy on the wallet. One way to lessen the blow is to leverage restaurant coupons that come in the form of discounted eGiftcards, a percentage off your meal, or a unique experience priced below its retail value.
Below, I’ll provide a rundown of current Las Vegas restaurant coupons that can be purchased in advance of your trip!
Quick Disclaimer: Deals and discounts in Las Vegas change frequently. While I do my best to keep this rundown of offers up to date, individual deals can improve, get worse, or disappear entirely between updates.
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Restaurant Coupons On The Strip
The Vegas Bite Card: A recent discovery of mine, The Vegas Bite Card entitles holders to discounts on food and drink up and down the Strip at restaurants that range from fast food to sit down. Notable deals include:
- 20% off at Pampas Brazillian Grille
- 20% off food and drink at Cabo Wabo
- 15% off food at Hash House a Go Go
- 15% off at Ri Ra Irish Pub
- 50% off an individual item at a good number of grab & go restaurants like Nathan’s, Bonanno’s Pizzeria, Johnny Rockets, and Pan Asian.
- And more.
The food deals alone could easily make the card worth buying if you like the restaurants.
While the card typically retails for over $40, you can get it for less on Groupon, here.
See my full Vegas Bite Card review – where I dig deeper into the deals and gauge if it’s worth buying for your next trip.
All You Can Eat Lunch at Pampas: Located in the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood, Pampas is a Brazilian steakhouse that serves an all-you-can-eat feast that only ends when you can take no more. They are currently offering discounts of up to 30% for 2-person lunch and dinner options via this offer.
Lunch at Matteo’s Ristorante at Venetian: Choose from a number of lunch entrees that include Cannoli, Herb Roasted Half Chicken, and Piemontesi among others for pricing as low as $71.88.
$20 or $40 in Food & Drink at Primeburger: Located in the intricately themed Grand Canal Shoppes at Venetian, Primeburger is offering both $20 in food & drink for just $13, and $40 for only $25.
$20 in food & Drink at Ketchup: Ranking as one of our favorite spots to eat cheap on the Strip already, Ketchup gets even cheaper with a restaurant coupon entitling you to $20 in fare for just $13. Ketchup specializes in burgers and can be found in the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood.
Meal Deals at Fatburger: A burger and fries joint on the south end of the Strip, Fatburger is offering 2 separate meal deals. The first is a meal for two people that includes 2 cheeseburgers, 2 orders of fries, and 2 soft drinks for $20 (normally $27.80). They also are offering a discounted meal for four.
$25 in Food at Krispy Kreme: Again, not unique, but there are a plethora of Krispy Kreme locations up and down the strip which could represent the perfect way to start your day. Leverage this food deal to score a $25 eGiftcard for $20.
2 or 3 Course Meal at Hard Rock Cafe: Not to be confused with the former Hard Rock Hotel and Casino (which is now Virgin Las Vegas), the Hard Rock Cafe is located on the south end of the Strip. This deal currently being offered will entitle guests to either a 2 or 3-course meal (depending on the menu chosen) for just $32.99.
Restaurant Coupons On Fremont Street
Downtown Las Vegas Finger Licking Foodie Tour: Introduce yourself to the Las Vegas culinary scene with this 2.5-hour self-guided food tour of Downtown. Discounted packages start at $178 for two people and include 3 signature dishes at 3 different restaurants. Gratuities are included in the price and guests will receive immediate VIP seating. Packages are available for groups ranging from 2 to 6 people.
Unfortunately, I’m not aware of any other Las Vegas restaurant coupons applicable to Fremont Street outside of the Foodie Tour at the moment. I’ll be sure to add restaurant deals applicable to downtown as they arise.
Other Notable Restaurant Deals
Blackout Dining in the Dark: Blackout ranks among the most unique dining experiences in Las Vegas as patrons eat in complete darkness. Guests select their choice of menu with options including sweet, spicy, or savory. They are then escorted to their table by staff that are equipped with night-vision goggles. The premise of the concept is that dining in the dark increases the sensitivity of the other senses, creating a differentiated experience.
While not on the Strip, Blackout is a short Uber ride from tourist centers. The 5-7 course experience can be yours for as little as $79 per person.
Hopefully, my summary of restaurant coupons in Las Vegas was helpful! As Vegas is a promotional market, there is almost always a hearty selection of restaurant deals that can help you save money during your trip.
See Also: Where to Eat Cheap on the Strip, and Inexpensive Restaurants on Fremont Street!
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.
Wednesday 7th of July 2021
Pampas is the bomb! There’s nothing better than giant pieces of meat carried out on a giant skewer and carved table side. All you can eat dinner for two for $72 on Groupon and don’t be suspicious because of the price. Everything they serve is top quality. Service has always been great every time we’ve gone there. Beautiful interior with great ambiance and central to the strip. You won’t be disappointed!
p.s. I think there’s a Groupon option that includes dessert. Don’t be a fool! No matter how big your sweet tooth is; there is no way on Gods green earth that you’ll even consider dessert by the time you’re done with dinner. There’s just no way you’ll have room for that. You can always add a dessert if you want or buy one to share. But it’s not worth the gamble for the added prepay cost.
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