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Posted: 8/30/2011 7:58:58 PM
I'm heading to Vegas for the Thanksgiving long weekend. Nov 24th-28th. What are the crowds like in Vegas during the Thanksgiving long weekend? Any special events going on in the city?
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Posted: 8/31/2011 1:22:54 PM

I was out there 4 years ago over the Thanksgiving week/weekend.  The crowds are definitely less, although still plenty of tourist types.  Some of the bigger shows are also dark that week.  I've noticed lower limits on the tables compared to other times that I've been there. 

Many of the buffets/restaurants will have a special Thanksgiving theme for that Thursday, but otherwise they're business as usual from what I remember.

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Posted: 9/7/2011 10:04:36 PM
if you play your cards right you can eat some turkey and dressing off a girl's snatch
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Posted: 10/4/2011 5:56:15 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by heinz2141:

I was out there 4 years ago over the Thanksgiving week/weekend.  The crowds are definitely less, although still plenty of tourist types.  Some of the bigger shows are also dark that week.  I've noticed lower limits on the tables compared to other times that I've been there. 

Many of the buffets/restaurants will have a special Thanksgiving theme for that Thursday, but otherwise they're business as usual from what I remember.



I did Vegas over Thanksgiving once and I'm not sure what you mean by less.  Less than what?  I remember it being very packed.  It's not up there with New Years, Super Bowl or March Madness, but it's a very busy holiday weekend.

As far as events, it's not really going to be too different than a typical Vegas weekend.
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