One of Las Vegas’ advantage of being located in the desert is the weather in winter and the dry heat (although personally, I doubt Las Vegas’ heat is anything but dry at this point with all the pools and landscaping, but I digress). That being said, if you’re looking for an exciting but cheap winter getaway, Las Vegas is the ideal option.

To start off, the deal experts at Fly.com have combed the web with a fine-tooth comb and have come up with cheap flights to get you there in fall and/or winter. The weather is ideal, as you won’t be baking in the sun like you would in the summer time. The average high in fall and winter falls between 57 and 67 degrees, with the average night time weather being about 20 degrees cooler. And then there’s the accommodations that range in categories from the budget-friendly to the budget-buster. The same goes for dining, where you have everything from Las Vegas’ staple of endless buffet to a 10-course dinner at a Michelin starred restaurant. And then there’s the entertainment that ranges from Broadway musicals to stand up comics to top musical headliners to adult-only style of entertainment. If you need a break from the city, Lake Mead National Recreation Area is about 35 miles southeast and offers a respite from all the lights and sounds of the city with 550 miles of shoreline. And least we forget, if you’re feeling lucky, I heard that Las Vegas has casinos.

However you may choose to spend your vacation, one thing is for sure: Las Vegas has you covered.

Cheap Flights to Las Vegas

The prices below represent a savings of up to $200 off typical roundtrip prices for this time frame. These fares are not part of an airline sale and may disappear at any time, so book ASAP!

Availability varies by route. Click on the Fare Calendar links below to find the best dates to travel to Las Vegas, November to February, unless otherwise noted (holiday blackouts apply). All prices roundtrip, including taxes:

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If you don’t want to be tempted by the goings-on of a city nicknamed Sin City, we have more warm weather options including Fort Lauderdale, New Orleans and more!

Availability varies by route. Click on the Fare Calendar links below to find the best dates to travel November to February, unless otherwise noted (holiday blackouts apply). Most flights are nonstop (all prices roundtrip, including taxes):

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Kim has been hunting flight deals and writing travel articles for over 13 years. His articles have appeared in the Boston Herald, Chicago Daily Herald, and Frommer’s Budget Travel, among other publications. Amsterdam, Bangkok, Rome, and Sydney are some of his favorite destinations and he aspires to one day live in Italy. La dolce vita!

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