Casino Giving 1,000 Free Flights to Get People Back to Las Vegas
Are you one of the millions of Americans who have stopped by due to the coronavirus? I think it's safe to say most of us aren't flying anywhere right now for so many reasons.
This weekend we roll into stage 3 of getting these businesses open but the verdict is still out whether Idahoans will show up or not. That also goes for one of the hottest spots in the country where the clocks are hidden. We call this the city that doesn't sleep, Las Vegas.
One casino is trying to get ahead of the curve by offering free flights to Sin City. Yea, I said FREE flights to Las Vegas to visit. Derek Stevens is the owner of D Las Vegas and Golden Gate located on Fremont Street. They have kicked off, "Keep American Flying" contest and you're invited. The best part is only 20 cities were invited to play and Boise, Idaho made the list.
While we'd love for visitors to stop by Downtown Las Vegas, we primarily want to get people back to Las Vegas to experience the attractions and amenities that make it one of the greatest places on Earth." - Owner Derek Stevens
You must be at least 21 to enter and these only apply to one-way flights. There are a few costs you must take on. Find out more details below in the Reno Gazette Journal or goto the D now.