All Aboard the Party Bus by Nite Tours

by  Maureen Mariano
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Party Bus by Nite Tours

As a Miami native, I didn’t think any other place could top the nightlife scene. But last night I witnessed firsthand Las Vegas was the city to do just that – and then some – thanks to Vegas Club Hop by Nite Tours. Immediately after arriving at The Cromwell’s Interlude, we were greeted by a larger-than-life Nite Tours host who gave us a rundown of the evening. Soon after, the other club hoppers and I were off to our first club, Drai’s Nightclub, which was only a ride up the elevator to the 11th floor of the same hotel. I definitely loved the grandeur of it all, the luxurious décor, bumping soundtracks and awesome lighting.

But the real party came later, when we hopped on board Nite Tours’ Party Bus en route to our second destination, LAX Nightclub at the Luxor. Our host turned the evening up a notch higher when he started to serve everyone free drinks, one after the other. From there, the entire bus let loose with him leading the way. He even began to dip and twirl on the bus’ stripper pole! So work hard and play even harder with great deals from TicketsatWork. You and your friends can experience up to three premiere nightclubs with the Vegas Club Hop by Nite Tours. And sometimes, the ride is the best part rather than the destination especially if you’re riding the Party Bus!


by: Maureen Mariano
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Maureen Mariano posing with the blokes of Australia’s Thunder from Down Under at the Excalibur Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.

I recently experienced the power of thunder – as in the Australian male revue which performs nightly at the Excalibur Hotel & Casino. A well-deserved break from the office and the hustle and bustle of the Las Vegas Strip, it was a fun-filled evening with explosive energy, awesome music, and, of course, good-looking blokes with the most chiseled bodies known to mankind.

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Adventure into Downtown Las Vegas

by: Maureen Mariano
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Before there was the famed Las Vegas Strip, there was good ol’ Downtown Las Vegas. Although they’re only a few miles apart, the two locations have entirely different personalities of their own. The Strip is known for its glitz-n-glamour, five-star hotels, restaurants and entertainment. But just because you won’t find a Louis Vuitton or Restaurant Guy Savoy in Downtown Las Vegas, doesn’t mean it’s anything but lackluster. In fact, the Fremont Street Experience in downtown shines on its own.

I had the opportunity to venture into the five-block-long district packed with historic casinos, bars and restaurants. Draped overhead was a giant LCD video display which added to Fremont Street’s nightly musical entertainment. We also got to see the exciting new SlotZilla Zipline, where brave souls flew down the brightly lit street. Of course, it’s the original hotels—the ones that have withstood the test of time—that continue to make Downtown Las Vegas a beloved spot in the city.

So for those of you looking to switch it up during your next Las Vegas vacation, check out TicketsatWork for incredible deals on Downtown Las Vegas hotels. Stay in one of Sin City’s oldest and most iconic hotels like the Golden Nugget, El Cortez Hotel and Casino or Four Queens. There are also great prices to Fremont Street’s newest hotel, Downtown Grand. What are you waiting for? Book your stay at these dazzling, value-oriented hotels in Downtown Las Vegas with TicketsatWork.

First Things First on The Las Vegas Strip

by: Alex Mateo
Content Team,

The Las Vegas Strip is full of life and amazing shows, see which one you fancy at TicketsatWork.

One of my absolute joys when visiting Las Vegas is just strutting outside of my hotel and taking a walk on the Las Vegas Strip. This is usually one of the first things I do. I love to see what’s new and different on the strip since the last time I visited. The bright lights, the giant billboards, and the new shows really capture life of this city and it’s the best way for me to tell what kind of mood I’m in today.

When I see Donny and Marie plastered on the Flamingo Hotel, I think to myself “That’ll be fun.” Or when I see the Jersey Boys prominently displayed at Paris Las Vegas as I pass by, I feel like I’d love to see that again. I get a hundred and one ideas going through my head from “O” at Bellagio by Cirque du Soleil, Britney Spears at Planet Hollywood, Absinthe at Caesars Palace, and more.

This is usually the time I take out my phone and check for the best deals on all that I see. Cirque du Soleil’s Zumanity starting at $50 playing at New York New York! Save $70 on Blue Man Group at Monte Carlo. Backstage Insider Access to The Beatles Love at the Mirage… and the list goes on and on. Whatever mood I’m in, keeps the deals coming, so I suggest you walk the strip too and see where it takes you next time.