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A Look At Rates For St. Patrick's Day Weekend

February 25, 2013 at 3:22 PM | by | Comments (2)

Well, if you can believe it, it's almost March already. Almost time for March Madness and pool season, and in another month, we'll be on the verge of spring. So, let's celebrate, yeah? Every drinker's Irishman's favorite day of the year is coming up on March 17. We checked in to see what rates are looking like for the next big party weekend in Vegas.

Our price points below are based on the best available rate if you check in on Friday, March 15 and check out the morning of Monday, March 18th. We highlighted properties that have things happening for St. Patty's, as well as a few perennial faves.

Rates will fluctuate depending upon room availability and length of stay. For example, you can get a Luxury Suite at the Venetian for $169 the night of March 17, but if you arrive on Friday and stay until Monday, there are no Luxury Suites available. You'll have to pay a bit more for the Luxury View Suite at $209 per night. So, keep that in mind when playing around with the dates.

Venetian:
Fri, March 15: $209
Sat, March 16: $209
Sun, March 17: $209

The Cosmopolitan:
Fri, March 15: $300
Sat, March 16: $550
Sun, March 17: $180

Mandalay Bay:
Fri, March 15: $169
Sat, March 16: $221
Sun, March 17: $94

Silverton:
Fri, March 15: $139
Sat, March 16: SOLD OUT
Sun, March 17: $69

The Orleans:
Fri, March 15: $150
Sat, March 16: $175
Sun, March 17: $55

JW Marriott:
Fri, March 15: SOLD OUT
Sat, March 16: $219
Sun, March 17: $219

Aria:
Fri, March 15: $229
Sat, March 16: $269
Sun, March 17: $239

The Palms:
Fri, March 15: $199
Sat, March 16: $259
Sun, March 17: $79

Treasure Island:
Fri, March 15: $142
Sat March 16: $172
Sun, March 17: $104

(PHOTO: blog.vegas.com)

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Prices are pretty high... right?

Can people priceline it or hotwire it? YOu can probably end up staying for a little cheaper.  Trump is always desperate to get people.  

I've stayed at the Orleans (nice hotel) a half a dozen times and I've NEVER paid more than two-digits.

@JohnElligott

These rates are all direct from each resort's website. You might be able to find cheaper options through a third-party like Hotel Tonight.

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