Fly to Las Vegas for $838 return from Australia

Sarah Neate 10 April 2017

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Fly from Australian to Las Vegas with Delta, Qantas or Virgin from as little as $838 return.

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Popular flight deals site I Want That Flight is offering the fares for dates from April-August, 2017. The cheapest fare is from Melbourne with other departure destinations available for a supplement.

The sale fares are available over the northern hemisphere's summer, but temperatures can hit over 40°C in Las Vegas in peak summer - so we'd suggest the slightly cooler months of May and June.

You can book on I Want That Flight, or by picking out your flight below. There are no direct flights from Australia to Las Vegas, so there will be a layover on all flights, and this is usually Los Angeles.

Las Vegas is home to The Strip, a mecca of fancy hotels and grandiose casinos, but there is also Downtown Las Vegas to explore with attractions such as The Neon Boneyard and the Mob Museum. Las Vegas also makes a great base for exploring nearby Grand Canyon. Compare the best hotels in Las Vegas.

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All fares are with 4-star full-service carriers meaning that checked baggage, meals and in-flight entertainment are all included.

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