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SIX Free Apps you NEED For Your Upcoming Vegas Trip

In the age of apps, these six apps will score you free comps, WiFi and more in Las Vegas.

They say what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas…but let’s be real. You know you’ll be documenting every second of your wild trip! From Facebook to Instagram, SnapChat and more, your smartphone will be attached to you closer than an ID at a hotel pool party. Between the usual social media apps, make sure to keep room for additional apps that will make your trip go from great to legendary. These apps will help you score free comps, split cash with friends, find deals, and always have free WiFi at your fingertips! Here are the six best apps you absolutely need for your next Vegas trip.

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My Vegas

Created by MGM Grand Resorts, MyVegas is a pair of apps for Facebook, iPhone, and Android where you can play blackjack or slot machines with free virtual cash to earn real-life rewards. The rewards you can cash in for include free airfare to Vegas, free hotel rooms at MGM properties, show tickets, and more.

MGM Grand created the game to motivate vacationers to stay, gamble and eat at their properties, and this game has been extremely successful in doing so. As you play their free games, you can trade in your points for up to three rewards you can use per month. My personal favorite is the free hotel room stay at The Mirage, but make sure to read the fine print, as all free hotel room stays require that guests still pay the daily resort fee.

If you’re heading to Vegas in the immediate future, just a few minutes of playing can be traded in for discounted hotel rooms, free monorail passes, drink deals and more. If you have a little more time to play, complimentary room nights start at just 15,000 points for Excalibur and go up to 67,000 for Mandalay Bay.

For reference, it took me about 10 hours of playing to reach my first free room reward, although playing time varies.

Tip: You earn the most loyalty points if you play MyVegas on Facebook, and the least if you play on Android. According to their FAQ, it has to do with rules on each App Store for how they handle giveaways. If you have an Android phone, consider playing on your Facebook as well for optimal loyalty points!

Read more about scoring free Vegas comps through MyVegas HERE.

Wynn Slots

Wynn Slots is the luxury version of MyVegas. Not only do you earn comp stays at the Wynn where rooms are regularly $200+ a night, but there are few blackout dates and guests staying on a Wynn Slots comp trip do not have to pay resort fees, taxes, or parking charges. At the moment, Wynn Slots only allows users to redeem gems for complimentary stays at the Wynn and the Wynn buffet, but that alone should be a reason to stay. Guests are not treated any differently when staying on a comp trip vs a paid trip, and service is top-notch. I’ve stayed here twice thanks to the Wynn Slots app and it honestly puts other hotels to shame, including MGM’s Bellagio. If you’re thinking of playing, read more about Wynn Slots HERE. 

Binnions Casino 

This should ONLY be downloaded if you’re already content with your MyVegas and Wynn Slots apps because this game takes forever to gain rewards, but they’re very lenient. With Binnion’s Casino, you can take advantage of free hotel stays at Four Queens on Freemont Street and free food credit ranging from $15-$100. The game was created in 2017 but it gives off very 1990’s vibes. Again, if you like free stuff, you can download this free app for real-life Vegas rewards, but it’s best to use as a backup for the other apps.

Hotel Tonight

Whether you want to add an additional night in Vegas to your itinerary, or still haven’t figured out where you’re sleeping, Hotel Tonight is a great app for last-minute vacationers. This free app tracks hotel specials up to seven nights in advance at the top hotels in Vegas, allowing you to browse through available luxury properties with available rooms—many of which cost under $100 a night!

Some hotels we consistently see on this app include The Cromwell, The Cosmopolitan, MGM Grand, and Flamingo.

A bonus to using this app is while it’s a third party, we’ve consistently seen this app offer LOWER prices than booking direct. Even better, Hotel Tonight frequently runs promotions where you can save up to $25 off your first booking with them, allowing you to save even more! Traveling with friends? Use your app to refer friends, and you’ll both save an additional $25.00 for hotel rooms $100+ Don’t have a friend that uses Hotel Tonight yet? No worries, you can use my promo code MEROGERS5 to save $25 off your first booking! 


Deal-saving sites like Groupon and LivingSocial can be your new best friend on vacation! Great for finding deals on “Food & Drinks,” “Things To Do” and more, you’ll almost always see club-crawl parties, buffet discounts and even specials for the High Roller available!

Purchasing deals takes only a few seconds, and most Groupons and LivingSocial deals can be scanned straight from  your smartphone, so there’s no need to print our your deals.

Already in Vegas? View the Local section to see hot deals that are available nearby. Not only will you see how far away each deal is from you, but you can narrow down your results for where you want to go. These can be great for nightlife deals, sightseeing offers and more!

My personal favorites are looking up where I can get free entry into Vegas pools with a cabana and drinks as it lets me explore ‘off-limits’ areas to most people. These come and go depending on the season, but the past three years Paris Hotel & Casino, Caesar’s and Bellagio have all offered this. The best deal was the cabana and four free drinks at Caesar’s for only $75 when it’s usually $450. Traveling in the winter? The ice skating rink at Cosmo, cheap admission to the Paris’ Eiffel Tower Experience and the High Roller deals at 50% off are a must-have.


Head into any Vegas casino, and you’ll see ridiculous ATM surcharges on all the machines. Save yourself some money and download AllPoint. This app displays all surcharge free ATM’s around you at any given time, allowing you to easily get the cash out you need without paying $3-$100 in fees. Off record, remember you can also get cash out at all of the Walgreens and CVS’s on the Strip with purchase! Buy yourself a beer for $1.00 and withdraw up to $100.00 per transaction—no fees!


Vegas resorts can charge up to $35.00 a day for WiFi. Save your cash, and download the WiFi map. WiFi Map is amazing, as it will not only direct you to the nearest Wi-Fi spot, but it’ll tell you where it is and even offers passwords to some of the protected networks as well! Great for finding the nearest Starbucks when you have a work deadline, or getting that online class discussion turned in on time, this is a great way to get around those pesky in-room charges!

BONUS: No Cover Nightclubs

Ok, so this isn’t an app but it’s a MUST have for any Vegas trip. This site is extremely mobile-friendly and makes all of your Vegas party dreams come true. Want to see the Chainsmokers on a Saturday night at XS? They can get you in for free with a free open bar for ladies. Same for Calvin Harris at Omnia and Steve Aoki Hakkasan. If there’s a nightclub anywhere, you can get on the guestlist simply by adding your name and phone number on their site by 4 p.m. day of.

My personal favorite is the ability to get into pools during the day with an open bar for ladies. There have been times where I paid to stay at the Flamingo and got zero perks, yet I signed up on No Cover Nightclubs and me and my plus one got in for free with me getting free drinks for three hours. It’s crazy.

Ladies always get in for free, and men get in for free if there’s an even or greater female to male ratio. They also offer discount entry for male groups only and ladies who come in groups of six or more get a free table with bottle service. 

Whether you’re with your boo or friends, if you want free entry and free drinks, this is the site you need.

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