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Holiday makers scoop ‘Las Vegas bargains’

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The vacations hotspot is currently struggling with dropping visitor numbers, which means that many of its luxury hotels have cut their prices.

Over the first four months of the year, visitor numbers have fallen by four per cent – almost unprecedented since 1970.

Recently, the city’s Tropicana resort has filed for bankruptcy.

There have also been mass job cuts at resorts including the Bellagio and the Mirage.

While bad news for the local economy, this domestic turmoil has led to bargains to be had on luxury holidays to the city.

The newspaper managed to secure a week’s stay at the Bellagio in June for £106 after “a little light haggling”.

Three nights at the MGM Grand can also currently be had for £150, the report adds.

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