Shopping Planner


Shopping Planner

Getting Around

Las Vegas shopping—so demanding, yet so rewarding. With malls encompassing millions of square feet of retail space, you won't have any trouble finding ways to part with your hard-earned cash. But to make the most of your time, you should map out your shopping safari. Distances are deceiving because of the scale of the resort casinos. What looks like a quick walk might take a half hour. Due to crowd-control measures, you'll find yourself squeezing around barriers and leaping over bridges instead of just crossing a street. Grab a cab or ride the monorail ($5 a trip) and save the time for shopping. Buses, which are $2 along the Strip, are a cheaper option, but crowded at all hours.

Got a car? All resorts offer free parking and free valet service (don't worry—they'll still get your money).

Send Them Packing

Who wants to lug packages from store to store? Most stores are happy to send your purchases back to your hotel, or even ship them back home for you.

Hours of Operation

Although Las Vegas may be up all night, the people who work in the retail establishments need a little rest. Many places are open from 10 am to 11 pm during the week, and stay open an hour later on weekends. And the shopping, like the gambling, goes on every day.

Find Out What's Going On

The city's daily newspaper, the Las Vegas Review-Journal (, offers a guide to local malls and printable discount coupons.

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