Much like Orlando, Las Vegas is a city built around the entertainment industry, and has been hit hard by the Coronavirus.
Much like Orlando, Las Vegas is ready to open back up and they're seeking to get people back into their hotels and casinos. After 78 days of closure, casinos in Sin City began reopening on Thursday, June 4 with significant adjustments for social distancing and sanitation.
Orlando was the top destination that people wanted to visit post-COVID, according to Booking.com, so maybe your plan is to get the hell out for a minute.
According to new reports, Las Vegas hotels are pushing hard to get guests back in town by offering hotel rooms for as little as 10 bucks.
"Diamond Status" customers can currently find rates as low as $10 a night at Caesars Entertainment properties. Even the "normies" like me can find rooms going as low as $21 at hotels on, or near, the strip.
Even rates at the more 'upscale' properties like Ceasars Palace are going for $70/night, while Wynn and Bellagio are around $110. All of those rates are well below the normal, pre-COVID price.
You know, more than anyone, what kind of precautions and social distancing rules are being taken at entertainment destinations, so if a trip to Vegas is on your list, now could be a good time. Just make sure to wear a mask on the plane... and remember that some airlines have banned the lil' alcohol bottles.