Expedia has Las Vegas weekend vacation packages for the travel dates October 17 (Thursday) through October 21 (Monday). The four night getaway package begins at $441.
Take a look at cities that have the deal: These prices include flight, and four nights Thursday through Sunday in Las Vegas:
Atlanta to Las Vegas $440 flight and hotel
Los Angeles to Las Vegas $199 flight and hotel
Manhattan (JFK) to Las Vegas $416 flight and hotel
San Francisco to Las Vegas $235 flight and hotel
Chicago to Las Vegas $402 flight and hotel
Washington DC to Las Vegas $498 flight and hotel
Seattle to Las Vegas $336 flight and hotel
Boston to Las Vegas $444 flight and hotel
Philadelphia to Las Vegas $312 flight and hotel
Dallas to Las Vegas $266 flight and hotel
The packages include stays in the following Vegas hotels (please note, the hotels are averaging just over 3 star guest ratings):
Golden Gate Hotel and Casino
Circus Circus Hotel and Casino
Riviera Hotel and Casino
Las Vegas Hotel and Casino
Texas Station Gambling Hall and Hotel
Silver Sevens Hotel and Casino
Fiesta Henderson Hotel and Casino
Hooters Casino Hotel
Check out featured hotels here. Expedia's Las Vegas package requests travelers book hotel rooms first.
French officials have lodged a formal complaint about Expedia's booking power because online reservation sites have become increasingly popular. French officials do not feel the American company has the right to commandeer the lowest hotel prices exclusively on its website.
This practice is known as "rate parity".
Expedia is the No 1. Online travel agency and Google has had its eye on online travel for a while. It may already feel that booking airfare, hotels, and vacation packages online is the only remaining way to travel at a discount.
Expedia and Travelocity have a deal that goes into effect next year. The union should be assuring to travelers who are seeking the absolute lowest prices available. Travelocity users will find more bookings and the option of prepaying for hotels or paying at the hotel. (LATIMES).
Executives at Travelocity say the new contract between Expedia and Travelocity is not a merger, not a takeover, and not a purchase. Instead, Expedia will help Travelocity with technology, customer service, and supply.
As the agreement takes effect, Travelocity users can book multi-destination hotel, flight, car-rental packages—a feature available already for Expedia customers.