Bargain hunting is almost an affliction for some. But why pay more than necessary? Full retail pricing is justifiable when an item is in limited supply or you know it will be gone at the beginning of a season — say, for instance, that timeless Emporio Armani suit with a hint of coolness that you can wear for 10 years, but won’t ever see again, or those Manolo Blahnik size 6.5 cocktail pumps with the little sapphire gem on the toe. But it pays to keep your eyes open. Fine clothing, accessories and housewares are long-term investments these days. Let’s start saving some money. Here are some of the best bargain hunting finds in Las Vegas.
Quick: Name three things that first come to mind when you think of Las Vegas. Fine art, snow skiing and driving a professional race car probably didn’t even make your Top 100. That’s what makes the following activities such rare treats, though remaining uniquely Vegas-like in their execution. Sure, the casinos, restaurants, spas and nightclubs in Sin City are all beyond comparison, but for the more cultured or adventurous, give the following a try.