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I’ve always loved visiting Vegas – though not for the gambling, shot gun weddings or party scene on the strip. But because there’s so much competition from one hotel to the next, it’s a unique chance to stay in luxury for an affordable price.

But nothing has ever been this affordable – discount travel site Hotwire has gone a little crazy (but let’s face it, Vegas inspires all kinds of crazy!) and launched a ‘Million Dollar Sale‘ – they’re investing 1 million dollars to offset the cost of 5 star hotels so travelers can book them at just $50 a night!!!

Don’t Miss This Sale: 5 Star Vegas Hotels for $50 a Night!!!

What’s the Catch?

By this stage you’re probably wondering if your $50 will land you in a broom closet. But there legitimately isn’t a catch on this one! And if you’re in Vegas these holidays you would be crazy not to take this up (but be quick, because it won’t last long).

According to a new “Luxury & Holiday Travel Sale”, only 24% of U.S. travelers have stayed at a five-star property more than once in their life. The average retail rate for five-star hotel rooms nationwide within the last year was $318, so it’s not surprising that not everyone can afford this luxury.

But Hotwire have set themselves a challenge, and want to see if they can single handedly change those stats. They want to bring travelers a (crazy) affordable five star getaway for the holidays!

Discount sites love shouting about how much value they provide for their customers, but Hotwire President Neha Parikh is truly putting his money where his mouth is, and this is the best deal we’ve seen in a VERY long time!


How to Book

Hotwire’s $50 rate for five-star hotel rooms will remain in place until the company has hit their million-dollar spend, though they expect the sale to sell out within a few days.

With the average retail rate for five-star hotels in Las Vegas next month landing at $432, will be saving travelers more than $350 per night per room!

Visit and search for hotels in Las Vegas during your preferred dates between December 8 and 28, 2017. Then select one of the “Hot Rate” 5-Star hotel deals.

You’ll see all the important information like the neighborhood, hotel amenities, hotel star rating, and Trip Advisor reviews; the only thing not seen prior to booking is the hotel name. It’s one of those mystery deals where you discover the name of the hotel once you book.

This feature allows Hotwire to partner with premium brand-name hotels that typically don’t offer discount pricing themselves.

Claim Your $50 Hotel Before They Sell Out

About Hotwire is a leading discount travel site which aims to inspire spontaneous travel through crazy cheap deals. They negotiate deep discounts from travel suppliers to help travelers book unsold airline seats, hotel rooms and rental cars.

It’s an operating company within Expedia, so has partnered with thousands of hotels, airlines and car rental companies to help sell their remaining inventory.

Because Hotwire regularly offers deals on travel inventory that would otherwise remain unsold they get some of “hottest” rates in the industry, and can pass these savings along to the consumer.

Since launching in 2000, they’ve sold tens of millions of Hot Rate deals – for an estimated savings of more than $1.8 billion. The Million Dollar Sale is their way of saying ‘thank you,’ by putting luxury five-star travel within everyone’s reach.

For more details on the Million Dollar Sale, or to book a five-star hotel room for $50, visit


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Megan is an Australian Journalist and award-winning travel writer who has been blogging since 2007. Her husband Mike is the American naturalist and wildlife photographer behind Waking Up Wild; a website dedicated to opening your eyes to the wild & natural world.

Committed to bringing you the best in adventure travel from all around the globe, there is no mountain too high, and no fete too extreme! They haven’t been everywhere, but it’s on their list.

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