Just got this in the Wynn e-newsletter:
Actually I just glanced at it, and if that's the kind of package you want it's not that bad of a price. The only problem is that you have to pay for 3 nights, IMO it would be a better deal if it was just 2.
Mis-read at first, then saw the 'per night'.
He's good, but not that good!
And since they mention "double occupancy", does that mean it's also per person?
Yeah, I got that newsletter also. Made me chuckle . . .
probably and i hate to say its not always fair pricing for solo travelers dag nab it lol
I think that is a very good deal. Basically the hotel nights are free. The $800 is a great price for all the other things, spa, dining, ticketsEdited: 29 July 2010, 08:53
But you have to stay 3 nights, and it's $784 PER NIGHT. I haven't priced out the individual components but that sounds rather high to me. It's not like you get the tickets, spa, dinner etc., 3 times, you get each of those once, but you still have to pay almost $800 per night.
While I think it is a fair price, like any other package you may be paying for some things that you don't really want. Maybe you wouldn't normally spend $100 on Garth merchandise. My wife would go to the spa for a massage, but I wouldn't normally.
AND don't forget the $20 per night resort fee, for a few more included items you may not want.
ok....I just read the terms and conditions. Basically $1,000 in extras...
Package includes breakfast for two (2) at the Sunday Jazz Brunch at the Country Club (up to a maximum of $150)
dinner for two (2) at Switch restaurant at Encore (up to a maximum of $300).
Package includes credit up to a maximum of $600 at either The Spa at Wynn Las Vegas or The Spa at Encore.
A lot of the value for me comes in being able to get a really good seat to show that has become a really tough ticket. We love coming to Vegas for concerts and always get great seats thru brokers / scalpers. Depending on the concert, this can be pretty pricey! Since the Wynn has eliminated the secondary markets by requiring matching I.D. and "will call" pickup for all tickets, this is their way of keeping some of the scalper mark-up for themselves.