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Las Vegas Hotels Offering a Food and Beverage Credit

Among the more popular deals offered by Las Vegas resorts are food and beverage credits.

A food and beverage credit is essentially free money to spend at a resort’s restaurants, bars, or even at the pool. Not a bad perk, especially when considering room rates are already historically low due to the current economic climate and state of travel in the United States.

I figured it’d be helpful to detail what Las Vegas resorts are currently offering a food and beverage credit hotel promotion to help you find an advantageous deal. I’ll also link out to the exact page that booking needs to occur from to earn the credit.

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Food and Beverage Credit Deals in Las Vegas

MGM Resorts: Food and beverage credits of up to $75 per night are being offered at all MGM properties when customers book through that specific offer on MGM’s promotions page, here. Nightly credit amounts vary by property and are as follows:

  • $75/night at Bellagio and Aria.
  • $60/night at Delano and NoMad at Park MGM.
  • $50/night at Vdara, Park MGM, Mandalay Bay, Mirage, and MGM Grand.
  • 30/night at Luxor, Excalibur, Signature at MGM, and New York New York.

Station Casinos: As part of their “Summer Dreamin’ deal” resorts under the Station Casinos umbrella are offering a food & beverage credit for stays of 2 or more nights.

The per-stay credit amount varies by resort and is as follows:

  • $50 at Green Vally Ranch and Red Rock.
  • $30 at Sunset Station and Palace Station.
  • $20 at Santa Fe Station and Boulder Station.

To book this specific deal, navigate here, to the Station Casinos promotions page, scroll down to the Summer Dreamin’ offer, and click on your preferred resort.

Cosmopolitan: Guests booking a stay of 3-nights or longer are eligible to take advantage of their “Bite The Urge” $150 food and beverage credit offer. That represents a great chance to enjoy a dinner on the house at one of Cosmo’s numerous highly regarded restaurant offerings. Note that this specific food and beverage credit deal needs to be booked for travel by December of 2022.

STRAT: Positioned on the north end of the Strip, Strat offers a “Let’s Go Girls” offer which entitles you to a $40 food and beverage credit, viewable here.

TI: Guests can save up to 35% on room rates and receive a $50 food and beverage credit when booking a 2-night stay via the deal found here. Note the deal is only available for Sunday – Wednesday arrivals.

Additionally TI offers a unique savings opportunity that doesn’t involve a room booking, TI allows guests to prepay $80 for a $100 dining credit which can be used at bars and restaurants on-site. If you know you’ll be enjoying a meal or two at TI anyway, this could be a solid food and beverage credit option.

More info on both of TI’s food & beverage deals can be found here.

Tropicana: While not a traditional food and beverage hotel promotion, Trop is offering both reserved chairs to their pool and your choice of 2 drinks or a bucket of Pacifico to those that book through their “Summer in Paradise” deal. Travel needs to be booked for dates prior to 10/31 to get the deal.

Food & Drink Credit Hotel Offers Downtown Las Vegas

Downtown Grand: Book through Downtown Grand’s “Bed & Breakfast Package” offer to receive an $18 daily food and beverage credit redeemable at Art Bar. Downtown Grand is among my favorite hotels downtown because of its location a block away from Fremont Street. Rooms in their Gallery Tower specifically are among the quietest hotel rooms in Vegas.

There are few things better than a trip to Vegas, but I’d argue that a trip to Vegas with a free meal or cocktails is exactly that. Hopefully, I was able to help you find a food and beverage credit hotel promotion in Las Vegas that works for you!

See Also: Check out this round-up of other Las Vegas hotel deals, discounts, and promotions.

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