Find cheap flights to Las Vegas from C$ 88

1 adult
From?
To?
Tue 5/12
Tue 12/12

Deals available from 900+ travel sites.

About Flights to Las Vegas

Summary info about Las Vegas flight prices, duration and airlines

Best One-Way Price

C$ 88

Best Round-Trip Price

C$ 110

Fastest flight time

2h 50m

Operated By

2 airlines
The best one-way flight price to Las Vegas from Canada in the last 72 hours is C$ 88 (Toronto Kitchener-Waterloo to Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl).
The best round-trip flight price to Las Vegas from Canada in the last 72 hours is C$ 110 (Toronto Kitchener-Waterloo to Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl).
The fastest flight to Las Vegas from Canada takes 2h 50m (Vancouver Intl to Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl).
There are 2 airlines operating flights to Las Vegas, including Flair Airlines and Lynx Air.

Las Vegas flights insights and trends

Explore insights for your Las Vegas flight to craft the best travel plan

What is the cheapest month to fly to Las Vegas?

If you’re not able to fly to Las Vegas in January, then February is your next best option. Flight prices from Canada to Las Vegas during February average around C$ 361.

What is the absolute cheapest flight to Las Vegas?

See prices from:

What is the cheapest day to depart on your flight to Las Vegas?

The cheapest day to depart from Canada to Las Vegas is on a Monday. Travellers who choose to depart for Las Vegas on a Monday will often find tickets for as low as C$ 381. The most expensive day to fly to Las Vegas is Thursday, with ticket prices averaging around C$ 471.

What is the cheapest time of day to depart on your flight to Las Vegas?

The cheapest time of day to fly to Las Vegas is at noon when flights can be purchased for as low as C$ 299. Try not to purchase tickets in the morning because they tend to be around C$ 518. Of course, these prices can vary depending on the time of year and what airport you fly to.

How long does it take to fly to Las Vegas?

The flight from Canada to Las Vegas depends on which airports you’re departing from and arriving to, and whether or not you have a layover. If you fly from Toronto Pearson Intl (a popular airport in Canada) to Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl (the most popular airport in Las Vegas), then the flight time is 4h 50m on average. If you fly from Vancouver Intl (another popular airport in Canada) to Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl, then the average flight time is 2h 40m.

How far in advance should I book a flight to Las Vegas?

We recommend purchasing flights from Canada to Las Vegas 47 days ahead of your departure date because this is when momondo users tend to see the best flight rates. On average, our users have found flights to Las Vegas for C$ 408.

Cheapest flights to Las Vegas airports

Find the cheapest flights to these Las Vegas airports from your nearest city or airport
Toronto Pearson Intl Airport
Las Vegas

CHEAPEST ROUTE FROM Toronto TO Las Vegas

Hamilton (YHM) to Las Vegas (LAS)

Typically, flights to Las Vegas from Toronto are cheaper when flying from Hamilton to Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl, which has an average price of C$ 352

CHEAPEST MONTH TO FLY TO LAS VEGAS FROM TORONTO PEARSON INTL AIRPORTJanuary34% cheaperFlying from Toronto Pearson Intl Airport to Las Vegas costs on average just C$ 281 in January
MOST EXPENSIVE MONTH TO FLY TO LAS VEGAS FROM TORONTO PEARSON INTL AIRPORTAugust24% more expensiveIt costs about C$ 525 for flights to Las Vegas from Toronto Pearson Intl Airport in August
MOST POPULAR MONTH TO FLY TO LAS VEGAS FROM TORONTO PEARSON INTL AIRPORTApril285% more users visitedMore momondo users searched in flights to Las Vegas from Toronto Pearson Intl Airport in April than any other month

Frequently asked questions about flying to Las Vegas

Las Vegas is known as the entertainment capital of the world, so a good time to visit is truly, anytime! The best time for travel, however, would be from March to May as well as September to November. While Nevada boasts favorable temperatures year-round, flights to Las Vegas sell fast during peak tourist seasons. However, in most cases, you can find relatively cheap flights to Las Vegas. The reason spring and fall are the more desirable times for Las Vegas is that the weather is warm, but not grueling hot. In the spring, you can expect temperatures to range from 17 to 26 degrees Celsius. Fall is hotter, with temperatures going over 35 degrees Celsius. It starts to cool off again to an average of 20 degrees Celsius by November. Even at night, you can walk around without a jacket and enjoy invigorating weather.

Is there an alternative airport near Las Vegas?

Those flying to Las Vegas could potentially find better pricing at Las Vegas Boulder City Airport (36 km from Las Vegas city centre), Meadview Grand Canyon West Airport (120 km from Las Vegas city centre) or Bullhead City Laughlin Bullhead Airport (124 km from Las Vegas city centre) depending on the month and departure airport.

When did momondo last update prices for flights to Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl Airport?

Prices for flights to Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl Airport refresh daily.

How many operators does momondo search for flights to Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl Airport?

How old do you have to be to fly to Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl Airport?

The minimum age for a child to fly alone is five, but airlines that offer an unaccompanied minor (UNMR) service may have their own age limitations. Flight duration, scheduling, and layovers are among the considerations that may influence age limits. We recommend that you double-check with the airline you are booking with for travel to Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl Airport.

What documentation or ID do you need to fly to Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl Airport?

The travel and health documents required for your trip to Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl Airport can vary based on your itinerary and personal situation. As a rule, consider having multiple documents such as a national ID card or driver’s license, and a passport valid for six-months after you plan to arrive at Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl Airport. We always recommend checking with your airline or a trusted third party such as IATA to get advice.


Las Vegas flight deals found on momondo

Check out some of the best fares from airports in Canada to Las Vegas found recently by users on momondo
Flair Airlines
12 Feb.
YKF7:30 p.m.Toronto Kitchener-Waterloo
5h 05m
LAS9:35 p.m.Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl
16 Feb.
LAS10:35 p.m.Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl
4h 10m
YKF5:45 a.m.Toronto Kitchener-Waterloo
Flair Airlines
5 Feb.
YKF7:30 p.m.Toronto Kitchener-Waterloo
5h 05m
LAS9:35 p.m.Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl
9 Feb.
LAS10:35 p.m.Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl
4h 10m
YKF5:45 a.m.Toronto Kitchener-Waterloo
Flair Airlines
26 Feb.
YKF7:30 p.m.Toronto Kitchener-Waterloo
5h 05m
LAS9:35 p.m.Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl
1 Mar.
LAS10:35 p.m.Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl
4h 10m
YKF5:45 a.m.Toronto Kitchener-Waterloo
Flair Airlines
8 Jan.
YKF8:40 p.m.Toronto Kitchener-Waterloo
5h 05m
LAS10:45 p.m.Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl
12 Jan.
LAS11:45 p.m.Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl
4h 10m
YKF6:55 a.m.Toronto Kitchener-Waterloo
Flair Airlines
8 Jan.
YKF8:40 p.m.Toronto Kitchener-Waterloo
5h 05m
LAS10:45 p.m.Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl
12 Jan.
LAS11:45 p.m.Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl
4h 10m
YKF6:55 a.m.Toronto Kitchener-Waterloo
Flair Airlines
22 Mar.
YKF7:30 p.m.Toronto Kitchener-Waterloo
5h 05m
LAS9:35 p.m.Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl
29 Mar.
LAS10:35 p.m.Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl
4h 10m
YKF5:45 a.m.Toronto Kitchener-Waterloo

Find the cheapest one-way flights to Las Vegas

If you're looking for one-way flights from Canada to Las Vegas, view some of our deals below provided by Flair Airlines and Lynx Air
Flair Airlines
3 Jan.
YKF8:40 p.m.Toronto Kitchener-Waterloo
5h 05m
LAS10:45 p.m.Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl
Flair Airlines
29 Jan.
YKF7:30 p.m.Toronto Kitchener-Waterloo
5h 05m
LAS9:35 p.m.Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl
Flair Airlines
18 Dec.
YKF8:40 p.m.Toronto Kitchener-Waterloo
5h 05m
LAS10:45 p.m.Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl

How to travel around Las Vegas

Exploring the Strip requires nothing more than a comfortable pair of shoes. You can get a feel for the neighbourhood and the casinos that clutter along the streets. Most resorts are just a few feet from each other.

Buses

Regional Transportation Commission (RTC) offers 51 bus routes for those who need to get out of the Strip and venture elsewhere in Vegas. The buses are easier to get to than taxis. The Deuce, the double-decker bus, travels exclusively around The Strip, to South Strip Transit Terminal and all the way to Downtown Strip Transit Terminal. It stops at all major hotels and casinos along the way, so it does take time to get from one place to another. Just like the city, The Deuce operates 24 hours, 7 days per week. Purchase a Deuce Pass and use it on other RTC buses too. To reach the Vegas Premium Outlets, you will need the Strip & Downtown Express bus. It also takes you to the Las Vegas Outlet Center, and the South Strip Transfer Terminal on Fremont Street. This bus only operates from 9:00 am to 12:30 am and comes every 10 to 15 minutes. The Westcliff Airport Express route offers a faster ride to downtown as well as the Outlets, Strip at Tropicana, and McCarran International Airport. It comes every 20 minutes in the morning, and 30 minutes during the afternoon hours. In the evening, it operates hourly.

Fares for bus rides will range from $6 USD for 2 hours to $8 USD for a 24-hour pass and $20 for a 3-day pass. Multi-day passes are better, because they allow you to move within different lines without multiple ticket purchases.

Cars

Cars can be parked using valet services at almost every location, including shopping malls. However, this can become costly. Average valet prices are $1 – $2 USD tips, because the valet service is free for visiting the establishment.

Taxis

Taxi cabs are popular, but they have a $3.30 USD drop fee to hire and then charge $2.40 USD per mile after that. If the trip involves a ride to and from the airport, they add a $1.80 USD fee, and waiting fees are $30 USD per hour if the cab is in traffic. During peak hours and heavy traffic, you could spend more on a single taxi ride than a day of rental car fees.

Trolleys

Trolleys are the slower option for Las Vegas Strip adventures. These take the roads behind the casinos, but stop at all major casinos and hotels along the way. There are three routes: Vegas Strip (Stratosphere to Mandalay Bay); South Loop (Mandalay Bay to Grand View); and Downtown Vegas Loop (downtown terminal to the outlet mall). Trolleys run every 30 minutes and the fees vary depending on hourly, day or weekly passes. A three-day pass is recommended for travelers, costing only $12 USD.

Monorail

The Las Vegas Monorail runs along the Strip from 7:00 am to 2:00 am Monday to Thursday and 3:00 am on the weekends. Stations are at MGM Grand, Bally’s, the Flamingo, Harrah’s, Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas Hilton, and SLS. Pick up is at the back of the hotels and it arrives every 5 – 10 minutes. The Monorail is very fast, clean and safe. Single fares are $5 USD, while day passes cost $12 USD. You can also buy 2-day, 3-day and up to a maximum 7-day pass which costs $56 USD. There is an option to purchase shareable passes, and all tickets are available at the Monorail’s station.

Trams

Trams are free and located on the western side of the Vegas Strip. They connect between properties of similar ownership, so you will only travel between those related hotels and casinos. For example, one connects the Excalibur to Luxor and Mandalay Bay.

Shuttles

Free casino shuttles and resort shuttles are offered privately by the hotel you are staying at, but they have extensive wait times. The Hard Rock Hotel and Casino has a shuttle that moves hourly, stopping at resorts along the Strip. Inquire at your hotel or resort to see what free shuttles they may offer visitors.


Best things to do and see in Las Vegas

Things to do and places of interest in Las Vegas

Vegas is a historical U.S. city with plenty of things to do, and amazing trivia to soak up while you are here. Vegas Vic, the iconic neon cowboy over Fremont Street, is the largest mechanical neon sign of its kind, so be sure to get a picture of it. More than 41 million people visit Las Vegas each year, so you may run into a few tourists from Canada and other countries during your stay.

17 out of the 20 largest hotels in the country are in Las Vegas. Some highlights to see aside from the casinos and grand resorts of Las Vegas include:

  • The Stratosphere Tower, which is the tallest tower in the United States and has thrilling rollercoasters high above the ground.
  • A boat tour of Lake Mead to explore Hoover Dam and the Grand Canyon’s entrance.
  • A plethora of museums, including the Hoover Dam Museum, Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art and more.
  • Skydive indoors at Flyaway.
  • Take a helicopter tour over the Hoover Dam, Grand Canyon or the Las Vegas Strip.

Tips and tricks for visiting Las Vegas

Age Limitations

Visitors under the age of 21 cannot loiter in the casino and there is a strict curfew on the Strip. Children under 18 cannot be out after 9:00 pm unless they are with a guardian or parent. Luckily, children under the age of 12 can often stay in the hotel free with parents.

Remember Casino Etiquette

Do not bring personal electronics into the casino floors. Hotel security may remove these items from your possession, especially if an item looks like a camera or video recorder of any type.

Drink Plenty of Water

The air is quite dry in Las Vegas, because it is the desert. So be sure to drink plenty of water and wear sufficient sunscreen too.

Tipping Guidelines

Typically, a gratuity of 15 to 20 percent is expected for tips. Dealers and slot attendants usually receive a small tip, hotel personnel typically receive $1 to $2 per bag carried, and concierges receive a $5 USD tip.

Conventions and Events

Regardless of when you visit, you are likely to stumble into a convention or two. Look out for dates and try to plan accordingly. If you want to attend an event, you will need to book early, but if you want cheaper hotel rates, you should try to avoid event and convention weeks.


Why use momondo?

Why should I use momondo to find a flight deal to Las Vegas?

momondo compares prices from hundreds of airlines and agents so you can find and book the best deal on flights to Las Vegas. Millions of users trust and use momondo every year so you are in good company.

Can I find flights to Las Vegas with flexible booking policies on momondo?

All flight searches to Las Vegas on momondo can be filtered to show those which offer flexible booking policies.

How can momondo help me find flights to Las Vegas?

momondo offers useful filters to help you find the right flight. Choose specific flight times, airports or even what payment method you prefer. We have numerous options to help you book your ideal flight to Las Vegas.

I’m not ready to book a flight to Las Vegas right now. Can momondo alert me if prices change?

If you are simply researching potential flights to Las Vegas, momondo offers a useful price alert feature which will track prices for flights to Las Vegas and alert you when they change.


An easier way to manage your Las Vegas trip

We make it super easy to schedule, organize and travel with friends or family. Trips is free — and available to use no matter where you book.