Las Vegas McCarran 2nd Least Expensive Airport In America

Dated: 10/10/2017

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Flying can be exorbitantly expensive these days. Travelers in and out of Las Vegas's McCarran International Airport catch a break. 


Rewardexpert.com just released a study that found flying into and out of Las Vegas ranked second in cost savings. The online company figured in domestic airfares, ground transportation and parking. The study included 45 of the nation's largest airports.

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Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International ranked first. 


But the Las Vegas airport has one advantage: slot machines. A traveler won a $1 million jackpot not long ago in Terminal C. I bet they were glad they got to the gate early!


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