We’ve found the best flight deals to Las Vegas under $65 round-trip

Now is the time to start planning your next trip to Las Vegas, thanks to cheap airfare from across the country. Vegas is a great destination for newbies and regulars alike – there’s always a new experience to experience or a sight to see.

Right now we’re seeing airfare for as low as $63 roundtrip from Los Angeles (LAX), Dallas (DFW), Chicago (ORD), Oakland (OAK), and Denver (DEN) to Sin City. Fares can usually climb to over $100 round trip, so you’ll need to act fast if you want to take advantage of these cheap fares.

Travel dates tend to be spread out between November and December and include both short breaks and those lasting longer than a week. If you have flexible travel plans, you can even plan a longer stay around the Thanksgiving holiday.

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Most of these fares are with Spirit Airlines, which has a reputation for charging passengers perks typically included with other carriers. For example, if you wish to bring anything other than a personal item, including carry-on and checked baggage, you will need to pay extra. However, if you can pack light with just a backpack on a short weekend, these are some seriously great fares you won’t want to miss.

We recommend booking directly with the airline or through an online travel agency such as Price line, Expedia or Travelocity.

Here are some examples of cheap Vegas tickets you can book now.

Dallas (DFW) to Las Vegas (LAS) for $63 round trip with Spirit

Chicago (ORD) to Las Vegas (LAS) for $73 round trip with Spirit

Oakland (OAK) to Las Vegas (LAS) for $73 round trip with Spirit

Denver (DEN) to Las Vegas (LAS) for $73 round trip with Spirit

Los Angeles (LAX) to Las Vegas (LAS) for $77 roundtrip with United

Where to stay in Las Vegas

Vegas is a city that does not lack a hotel offer. In fact, it has some of the most luxurious, high-end properties you’ll find across the country. Or if you’re looking to travel on a budget, you’ll also find plenty of options.

Consider booking one of these hotels on your Vegas getaway.

NoMad Las Vegas — This property is located in the Park MGM Las Vegas, so you will feel like you are in a small boutique property decorated with elegance. However, you will also have access to the non-smoking facilities at Park MGM in addition to the NoMad’s own swimming pool.

the cosmopolitan — This Strip hotel’s location is ideal for exploring all that Vegas has to offer. It has the feel of a boutique hotel but all the amenities of a full service property. It is also a Marriott Bonvoy member, which means you can earn and redeem Bonvoy points at the Cosmopolitan.

Wynn Las Vegas — This is a good property for the traveler seeking the glitz and glamor of Las Vegas. It has its own full-service spa, swimming pools, and a full casino on-site.

Circa Resort & Casino — This adults-only property is ideal for budget-conscious travelers who don’t want to skimp on amenities. There is an outdoor swimming pool and a restaurant on site.

How to book your flights

If your mind is now set on heading to Vegas, be sure to book your flight the right way to maximize what you get for your purchase. For example, there are a number of credit cards that offer additional rewards or benefits when you book travel with them.

The Platinum Card® from American Express is widely considered the best card for booking flights. You will earn 5 points for every $1 spent on flights booked directly with an airline or through Amex Travel when using Amex Platinum. So if you book that $77 round-trip flight directly with United Airlines, you’ll earn 385 Amex points, plus miles in United’s MileagePlus program.

Alternatively, you can book these flights with a card like the Chase Sapphire Reserve®, which earns 3 points per dollar on travel, including flights, and 5 points total on air travel if purchased through Chase Ultimate Rewards. Then, when you’re ready to book your hotel, you can use the same card to earn 3 points for hotel and home rental bookings, or 10 points total when booking through Ultimate Rewards.

And if you plan to book with an online travel agency like Price lineconsider booking your flights with a credit card that earns points on all travel, not just travel booked directly with airlines or through an issuer’s booking portal.

Want to maximize your airfare and hotel purchases? Check out CNN Underscored list of best credit cards for travel.

Note: While the offers listed above are accurate at the time of publication, they are subject to change at any time and may have changed or may no longer be available.