Twenty Dollar Trick Hotels

The Twenty Dollar Trick has compiled a list of hotels and the success or failure rate of the $20 trick at each hotel. Click on the image of a specific hotel for more information on each individual hotel.

Hotels
Ballys

Ballys - 136/147 Upgrades


Bally's was at one-time the MGM Grand. In 1980 a fire destroyed a portion of the hotel.
Bellagio

Bellagio - 118/136 Upgrades


The Bellagio
Caesar

Caesar's Palace - 173/185 Upgrades


Caesars Palace has drawn the high rollers and celeberities since its opening in 1966. It is an 80 acre resort that is located in the center of the strip.
Circus Circus

Circus Circus - 14/14 Upgrades


Circus Circus is on the north end of the Strip and is geared towards the family crowd.
Excalibur

Excalibur - 42/52 Upgrades


Excalibur is located in the south end of the strip and its development cost was $290 million.
Hard Rock Hotel

Hard Rock Hotel - 34/37 Upgrades


The Hard Rock Hotel is one of the most happening places in Las Vegas, there is always a party going on there.
Harrah

Harrah's - 15/27 Upgrades


Harrah's Hotel is located on the "self-proclaimed" 50 yard line of the Las Vegas strip.
Hooters

Hooters - 3/3 Upgrades


Newly rennovated hotel with Hooters branding all over it.
Hotel Paris

Hotel Paris - 43/48 Upgrades


Paris opening by ringing in the New Year of 1999.
Imperial Palace

Imperial Palace - 21/30 Upgrades


Imperial Palace is an Asian themed casino located in a great location on the center of the strip.
Luxor

Luxor - 67/80 Upgrades


The Luxor is located at the south end of the Strip. The entire hotel has an Eygptian theme and is shaped like a giant pyramid.
Mandalay Bay

Mandalay Bay - 96/118 Upgrades


Mandalay Bay opened in March of 1999, the Hotel has 4,750 rooms and ran a rich price tag at $950 million to develop.
MGM Grand

MGM Grand - 45/77 Upgrades


With over 5,000 rooms the MGM Grand is the largest hotel in Las Vegas.
The Mirage

The Mirage - 85/99 Upgrades


The Mirage opened in 1989 with the most expensive price tag for a caisno at the time, $630 million.
The Monte Carlo

The Monte Carlo - 28/39 Upgrades


The Monte Carlo is the perfect mix between America and Europe.
The Venetian

The Venetian - 141/155 Upgrades


The Venetian opened in 1999 at an amazing cost of $1.5 billion dollars.
The Wynn

The Wynn - 24/32 Upgrades


The Wynn Las Vegas was built by Steve Wynn the legendary casino developer is finely putting his name on one of his inventions.
Treasure Island

Treasure Island - 86/98 Upgrades


In the initial promotional stages Treasure Island was targeted as a family hotel but it has grown up and is now known as TI and is targetting adults.
Tropicana

Tropicana - 12/16 Upgrades


The Tropicana is one of Las Vegas' last classic hotels around.