LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwire - Aug 27, 2012) - The VEGAS.com experts are presenting exclusive travel deals in the palm of your hand with the re-launch of the travel website's mobile site. Featuring hotel and show offers, tour reservations and more, the site allows users to book their next trip to Vegas with an easy-to-use browsing and booking process available on their smartphones.
"With the design of the mobile site, our customers will now be able to plan their next visit to Las Vegas wherever they are or find all of our Vegas information and products while already here," said Dan Hippler, vice president of marketing for VEGAS.com. "The mobile site enables us to offer exclusive deals as well as an efficient method to plan their trip."
Providing mobile deals and same-day promotions for hotel reservations and show tickets, customers can book more than 80 hotels, 100 different shows and tours, nightclubs and air & hotel packages from the user-friendly site. Visitors can also receive SMS updates from VEGAS.com including last-minute specials sent directly to their phones by texting "DEALS" to VEGAS or 83427.
For more information on the mobile site and exclusive hotel and show deals, visit m.vegas.com.
VEGAS.com is the largest city destination travel website in the world with extensive, constantly updated information and a full range of travel products including Las Vegas hotels, Las Vegas Air & Hotel Packages, Las Vegas shows, tours and golf. A state-of-the-art contact center provides customer support, expert information and sales 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year to complement the information on www.VEGAS.com. VEGAS.com, through its Casino Travel & Tours unit, operates retail and concierge desks at more than 50 locations including the Palms, Paris, Harrah's, Bally's, Excalibur, New York-New York, Luxor and more. The company also offers a variety of excursions including city tours, the Hoover Dam and the Grand Canyon. VEGAS.com is a member of the Greenspun Family of Companies, privately owned and operating in Southern Nevada for more than 60 years.