Quick, Round-trip Flights From Vancouver To Las Vegas Are Just $185 Right Now

If you looking for a quick and affordable getaway just south of the border, this deal is incredible.

WestJet has just lowered the price of their flights from Vancouver to Las Vegas and Palm Springs. You can now book them, on select dates, for as low as $185 CAD roundtrip, including taxes.

The deals include are non-stop flights, both ways.

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The flights can be found on Priceline, selecting the WestJet airline. However, there are specific availability for these deals.

Availability dates for travel include:

  • November, December 2021
  • January, February, March 2022

How to Book

You can book the deal on Priceline by searching the destination and dates. The price will show up as low as $143 USD roundtrip including taxes. This is approximately $185 CAD roundtrip when booked using a Canadian credit card.

Photo: Priceline

Note: There is always a 2.5% credit card foreign exchange fee. If you use a credit card that does not charge foreign exchange fees, it will be even cheaper.

Priceline offers completely free cancellation up to 24 hours after booking, giving you a bit of time to decide.

Discover Las Vegas

Vegas is a popular destination for celebrating an event (birthdays, bachelor or bachelorette parties, etc.) or just to let down your hair and enjoy some fun after dealing with the stresses of regular life. It’s even become a popular destination for families or those that are looking to just be entertained or try some excursions. No matter what the occasion, Vegas has something for everyone.

Travel tips: You’ll want to make the most of your time in destination, and not waste time. Therefore, it is imperative that you book your shows in advance.

For those that are going to enjoy the night life in Vegas, pack some comfortable shoes (vs. just heels) for all the walking and dancing you may end up doing). 

Discover Palm Springs

Palm Springs is a great place for a laid back vacation and to soak in sun. Known as the golf capital, it also became a popular destination among celebrities. It is now a tropical oasis that offers some rejuvenation and beautiful escape that isn’t too far away from Vancouver.

Travel tips: Be sure to pack ample sunscreen and hats, as it can get hotter than other areas of California. Remember, like Vegas it is desert heat. 

Look into homes to rent vs. just a hotel, with that you can get private pool that are a great way to spend evenings.


If you are looking for some other places to travel to on a budget, check out our Travel Deals section.

Christina Chandra

Christina Chandra is a Vancouver-based writer and editor with a background in food and nutrition, as well as years of media agency experience. You can often find her exploring eateries and events.

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