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|Cheapest return price for the current month||from $3,954|
|Cheapest return price over next 6 months||from $1,327|
|Cheapest month||October 2022|
|Most expensive month||June 2022|
|Average flight time||16h 49m|
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Welcome to Sin City. Las Vegas is a glittering desert city in Nevada, most famous for being one of the entertainment epicentres of the world. This city has a well-earned reputation as a major tourist destination, with mega casino-hotel hybrids, a hedonistic nightlife scene, outstanding shopping and fine dining all drawing visitors in their millions. Las Vegas has more AAA Five Diamond hotels than any other city in the world, so finding somewhere plush to stay is easy - especially with the money you save by booking a cheap airfare with Webjet.
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The best time to visit Las Vegas
Is there ever a bad time to be in Las Vegas? This is a destination offering plenty of travel deals throughout the year, but March to May and September to November are shoulder seasons for tourism. These periods also have the most moderate weather. As Las Vegas is located in Mojave Desert, summers can be brutally hot with temperature highs of more than 40℃, but this is when flights from Sydney are usually the cheapest. The festive season - the week before Christmas to the days following New Years Eve - sees a surge in visitor numbers to Las Vegas and accommodation and flight prices rise as a result. Book Sydney to Las Vegas flights well in advance if you have your heart set on ringing in the new year in Sin City.
Departing From Sydney
Flying from Sydney Airport (SYD) to Las Vegas Airport (LAS) is a long-haul flight offered by a number of airlines, including United Airlines, Delta Airlines, Virgin Australia, Air New Zealand, Qantas and British Airways. There are currently no direct return flights available from Sydney to Las Vegas, and the fastest one-stop flights take about 17 hours. San Francisco and Los Angeles are common layover destinations.
Getting to Sydney Airport
Take the train from the city and arrive at Sydney Airport (SYD) within 15 minutes. The T8 Airport Line leaves every 10 minutes from the CBD and runs from 5am to midnight. A single ticket is $14.30 AUD. If you are on a tight budget, make use of the local bus service. Route 400 connects the city to the airport and costs only $5.60 AUD per person. Ride-sharing services like Uber and metered taxis are also an option. A taxi from the CBD to the departure terminals should will cost between $45 and $55 AUD and takes upwards of 20 minutes, depending on traffic.
Parking at Sydney Airport
Parking at Sydney Airport is catered to with three different options available. Book online and in advance to take advantage of savings and discounts.
Where to Park at Sydney Airport
There are three parking options available at Sydney Airport. Whatever your holiday plans there is an option to suit your individual needs, including short-term, medium-term or long-term.
- Blu Emu: The cheapest and most convenient parking option at Sydney Airport for flights to Las Vegas. Located 15 minutes’ away from the terminals, there is a free 24-hour shuttle bus you can use to get around. The weekly rate is $135 AUD.
- P3: The best option for short trips away. You'll save money with its discounted daily rates, and you'll be a short distance from the terminal building. Budget for $50 AUD for 24 hours.
Arriving in Las Vegas
Las Vegas McCarran International Airport (LAS) is located 14 kilometres from downtown Las Vegas and is where all SYD to LAS flights land. The airport has three terminals. United Airlines operates from T3, and American and Delta Airlines are based out of T1. International airlines are connected via T2.
How to Get from Las Vegas McCarran International Airport to Your Las Vegas Hotel or Accommodation
If you are heading to the Strip from the airport, you can choose from taxis, buses, or ridesharing options such as Uber and Lyft. A taxi ride to a downtown hotel will cost about $20 USD (about $28 AUD). Some taxis don’t accept credit cards so it’s worth checking with your driver. There are three bus services from T1: Route 108 (Paradise), Route 109 (Maryland Parkway) and the Westcliff Airport Express (WAX). The 108 connects to downtown; the 109 runs to a transit centre where additional local connections can be made; the WAX runs express to Tropicana Boulevard in front of the MGM Grand Hotel. The WAX service also stops at T3. Tickets can be purchased from the bus driver or at one of the vending machines inside the airport. Several companies operate shuttle transfers into Las Vegas and these should be booked in advance. Alternatively, you may book a rental car to use during your time in Las Vegas. It can be a great option for those also wanting to explore the city’s wider surrounds. Book Las Vegas car hire with Webjet and choose from 11 leading suppliers, such as like Hertz, Avis and Budget.
Things to do in Las Vegas
Las Vegas is the place to visit if you want to have a great time. As well as the nightclubs along the Las Vegas Strip, the hotel pools and day clubs allow you to indulge 24 hours a day. Las Vegas the ultimate adult playground; there is a reason it is nicknamed Sin City. There is more to Las Vegas than just casinos however. Catch tickets to see one of your favourite musicians perform a show in their Las Vegas residency, or snap up seats at a breathtaking performance from Cirque du Soleil. Like your laughs? Head to one of the city’s comedy or cabaret theatres. Jump into a gondola at The Venetian, watch the famed fountain show at the Bellagio, or splash out and book onto a helicopter tour of the Grand Canyon. Of course, more leisurely pursuits can be had too; sipping mixologist-approved cocktails and indulging in one of the all-you-can-eat buffets.