$20 Dollar Trick The Venetian Las Vegas

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Does the $20 Trick work at Venetian?

Yes. Based on what our users have shared with us, the $20 Trick at Venetian works about 85% of the time.

Can I get a free room upgrade at Venetian?

Absolutely! Las Vegas is known for treating guests like VIPs. All you need to do is ask your Venetian front desk clerk at check-in for a complimentary room upgrade. To increase your odds of getting a free room upgrade at Venetian, try the $20 Trick.

How to do the $20 Trick at Venetian

  1. Before walking up to the Venetian front desk, fold a $20 bill and place it between your credit card and ID card.
  2. Approach the Venetian check-in desk. Be friendly and authentic with your attendant and hand them the $20 sandwich.
  3. Ask the Venetian front desk clerk, “Are there any complimentary room upgrades available?”

Venetian Room Rates

Rooms at Venetian start at $126/night plus a nightly resort fee and room tax. Some users have told us that using the $20 Trick at Venetian resulted in waived resort fees and similar amenities. Try the $20 Trick at Venetian. Book a room today.

Once you have booked your room, plan your trip to Venetian Las Vegas with our friends at LasVegasTrip.com.

Venetian Hotel Amenities

Free Parking
Pool
Restaurants
Casino
Sportsbook
Shopping
Shows
Nightlife
Spa
Room Service
Fitness Center
Business Center
Wedding Services
Free Parking
Pool
Restaurants
Casino
Sportsbook
Shopping
Shows
Nightlife
Spa
Room Service
Fitness Center
Business Center
Wedding Services
Check-In Time: 3:00 PM
Check-Out Time: 11:00 AM
Fees: Resort Fee
August 17, 2021
by Nikki

Nikki received a massive upgrade at Venetian & Palazzo

We got to the Venetian at 9:00 pm last Tuesday. I couldn’t target a specific counter employee, as they were taking who was next in line. My 19-year-old son knew what I was doing and was amused the entire time. We walked to the counter, and the young woman asked for my ID and credit card. I handed them to her with a $20 sandwiched between the two and asked if they had any complimentary room upgrades available. She peeked at the $20 and very politely asked if I needed change; I said no, and she smiled and said she’d see what was available.

Because I’d booked through a 3rd party site and had read that The Venetian can’t do upgrades, I was hoping for a really high floor with a great view… maybe some restaurant vouchers? But a minute later, she showed me some pictures on an iPad and asked what I thought of the room. I thought she was kidding. It was MONSTROUS. She said she’d have to move us next door to the Palazzo, was that ok? I said yes and thanked her.

Honestly, it was TOO huge… But the trip was a surprise for my son (who’s heading back to college next week), and he was beyond thrilled. It truly was unreal, like something you’d see in a movie. The original room I booked was a generous 650 square ft. This was 1500 square feet with an additional 400 square foot private terrace, complete with seating for 8-12 and a huge stone fireplace. One king bed (which was fine, she asked), two bathrooms, living room, dining room, bar, office area, walk-in closet, remote control drapes, etc. It was nuts.

I like to laze in bed and watch television at night, but the tv was too far from the bed, so I had to sprawl out on one of the two full-size couches in the living room. As far as complaints go… Yeah, not bad!

Next time I’d probably ask for a higher floor and food freebies because it was SO BIG it was kind of ridiculous…lol 🙂 Or I’ll have to bring 20 of my closest friends and really make use of the space!

$20 Tip

Estimated Savings: $1,600+

Upgraded Room:

Original Room:

Palazzo Hospitality Suite

Luxury King Suite

July 11, 2021
by Clay

Clay got a great upgrade at Venetian & Palazzo

At check-in, I didn’t target a specific clerk. When asked for id and credit card, I had put $50 in between and asked if there were any complimentary upgrades. The clerk said thank you and asked if we were celebrating anything special. I told him it was our first trip to Vegas and our 20th anniversary. He said there was an upgrade and told me to hold on for a second. He talked to someone for a minute. He returned and said he was doing something special for us and upgraded us to a King Suite at the Palazzo on the 38th floor with a strip view. He said it was normally $75 more a night but waived those fees. A great anniversary and a great first trip to Las Vegas!

$50 Tip

Estimated Savings: $300

Upgraded Room:

Original Room:

King Suite at the Palazzo

King Suite at the Venetian

April 15, 2021
by Latiesha

Latiesha Used The $20 Trick at Venetian, Got A Palazzo Suite

Here’s a twist, Latiesha used the $20 Trick at Venetian and got a better room in the Palazzo. The $20 tip got her a nice upgrade that saved her a couple of hundred dollars.

“I went to Vegas the week of April 15th through 18th. I booked to stay at The Venetian. Their standard rooms are pretty much all the same. I approached the front desk to check in, had middle age clerk, still young and vibrant. I slipped him my cards with the twenty. He looked down, and I asked about the upgrades. He said thank you and proceeded to put me in a newer renovated room with brighter colors, a larger living room, and electric curtains. It was beautiful. In comparison to my other friend’s room, mine was the spot. I called it Club 37. We were on the 37th floor instead of the 5th, and the views were amazing.”

$20 Tip

Upgraded Room:

Original Room:

Palazzo King Suite

Venetian Standard King Suite

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