Las Vegas Hotel Prices Drop Substantially Days Ahead of Mayweather-McGregor Fight

Written by: John Mehaffey, Las Vegas Casinos, Games, and Travel Expert
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Mayweather McGregor Las Vegas FightThe Floyd Mayweather-Conor McGregor fight is set for this weekend in Las Vegas. Hotel prices skyrocketed towards New Year’s Eve territory when the fight was first announced a few months ago. Most of those prices have returned to rates that are closer to, if not level with a typical Saturday night.

When the fight was announced, most hotels required a two-night stay if August 26, the night of the Mayweather-McGregor fight, was among the dates. Stratosphere is the only hotel that still has that policy.

Venetian is the only Las Vegas Strip hotel that still has the same rate for this Saturday night that it did when we surveyed Las Vegas hotel prices two months ago. Aria is the only one with a higher price. All others are substantially lower. Bellagio, Planet Hollywood, and Mandarin Oriental have sold out.

Below is a list of Las Vegas hotel rates for August 26. The first number is the price for an August 26 stay if booked today. The second is what that price was when we previously surveyed on June 24. The third price is a typical Saturday night.

All prices listed are for the cheapest room available on the property. Resort fee and taxes are not included.

Casino & Hotel8/26 Rate as of Today8/26 Rate on June 24Typical Saturday Night Rate
Caesars Palace$313$599$299
Casino Royale$162$400$199
Circus Circus$130$232$71
Lucky Dragon$200$250$118
Mandalay Bay$328$399$169
MGM Grand$459$799$135
Monte Carlo$171$369$108
New York New York$255$499$124
Treasure Island$198$420$110

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John Mehaffey Las Vegas Casinos, Games, and Travel Expert

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