My name is Mike Myers. I am the owner of Legion Marketing; my expertise is in nightlife. I believe that I know the best and brightest of everything that's in Las Vegas. I can help you skip the lines, skip the bad spots, basically cut the fat. Your best way is to plan ahead. Don't come on a holiday weekend, not just Memorial Day or Labor day, or New Year's Eve or Presidents Day or any day off that brings out half of California. And trust me, all of California know all of these days. If you can come during the week. That's ideal. Otherwise just price on the travel sites and look for bargains. Have in mind what the type of hotel you want and try not to be specific. If you want a five star hotel, tell yourself that the Wynn, Encore, Bellagio, or Mandarin are all good and find out who's giving the best deals. If you don't go specific, you have the better chances of finding what you want at price point that you want. You can buy in bulk if you have a big group that's coming out, if you have a weeding party, or if you have a bachelor party and you're purchasing multiple rooms at the same time, you can ask for a discount as far as that goes. There's two ways to look at it. You can either purchase something far in advance or purchase something last minute. So, you can bank on the fact that they're gonna have extra rooms so you're gonna get a discount at the last minute or you can purchase it so far in advance that the hotels don't have something booked. Don't have a convention booked. Typically, when you go and find somebody having an amazing deal, they went and purchased it a year in advance. And then call it a concert or something like that came up at that hotel at the last minute so the hotel price is actually skyrocketed. However, they'll still honor your actual hotel room when your purchased it a year in advance. You can always count on there, being in a room with the last minute if you're gonna go the opposite direction.