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Buffet of Buffets Las Vegas

 

The buffet of buffets, allows you to indulge all day and night at any of the 6 Las Vegas Buffets listed below for a low starting price from $49.99 (weekdays) and $64.99 (weekends).

 

Begin at Le Village Buffet inside Paris Las Vegas or Planet Hollywood's Spice Market Buffet, then take in Flamingo's Paradise Garden Buffet, Flavors, The Buffet at Harrah's, the Emperor's Buffet at The Quad Resort and Casino or the Rio's Carnival World Buffet .

 

Yes, you can upgrade your Buffet of Buffets pass to include the world's most acclaimed buffet, the Rio Village Seafood Buffet (for an additional $15) and the Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace (for an additional $15 for breakfast, $20 for lunch, and $25 for dinner.)

 

For further details, please call (702) 862-3530

 

 

Paris Las Vegas Flamingo Las Vegas Bally's Las Vegas
Harrahs Las Vegas Rio Las Vegas Caesars Palace Las Vegas
Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino The Quad Resort and Casino

 

 

 

Total Rewards Buffet of Buffets FAQ's

 

Where can I purchase an all-inclusive citywide buffet pass?
Passes can only be purchased at the cashier stands at any of the participating buffets. Participating buffets are:

  • Harrah's Las Vegas: Flavors
  • Flamingo: Paradise Garden Buffet
  • Paris: Le Village Buffet
  • Rio: Carnival World Buffet
  • Planet Hollywood: Spice Market Buffet
  • Rio: Village Seafood Buffet (for an additional $10 per visit)
  • Caesars Palace: Bacchanal Buffet (for an additional $15 per visit)

How much does an all-inclusive citywide buffet pass cost and how long is it good for?
An all-inclusive citywide buffet pass is $49.99 + tax for Total Rewards members and their companions under 21 years of age, $54.99 + tax for guests who are not Total Rewards members. The pass is good for 24 hours from the time of initial purchase. Weekend prices are $64.99 + tax for Total Rewards members and their companions under 21 years of age, $69.99 + tax for non-members.

 

Is the new Bacchanal Buffet at Caeasrs Palace included?

Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace which features more than 500 menu items is included for an extra $15. All-you-can-eat enthusiasts can add the Bacchanal to the Buffet of Buffets program.

Simply have the cashier validate your Buffet of Buffets credential to receive preferred pricing.

 

Is the Rio Village Seafood Buffet included?

The Rio Village Seafood Buffet is part of Buffet of Buffets! For an extra $10 (per person, per visit), Buffet of Buffets pass holders can dine at the only all-seafood, all-you-can-eat experience in Las Vegas!

Simply have the cashier validate your Buffet of Buffets credential to receive preferred pricing.

 

Why was the Buffet of Buffets pass price changed?
During the initial test period, the response from our guests was overwhelming. The Buffet of Buffets proved so popular that it made it challenging to maintain reasonable wait times. In order to ensure that our guests receive the level of service they expect and deserve, we adjusted the price to better manage the demand for the Buffet of Buffets pass.

 

Once I buy an all-inclusive citywide buffet pass, how many times can I use it?
A pass holder can visit any of the participating buffets as often as they like as long as it's within the 24 hour time period from the moment they initially purchased the all-inclusive pass.

 

If I have an all-inclusive citywide buffet pass, can I skip the lines to enter the buffet?
No. Only VIPs and customers who have purchased express line passes (where available) are able to enter through our VIP entrances.

 

What is weekend pricing? When does it apply?
A. Weekend prices are $64.99 for Total Rewards members and $69.99 for non-members. It applies starting at 11am on Fridays until 11am on Sundays. Hours of operation vary for each buffet. For further details, please call (702)862.3530.

 

What does an all-inclusive citywide buffet pass look like?
For Total Rewards customers, their Total Rewards card will serve as their pass. For customers who are not part of Total Rewards, there are 2 options for a customer to choose from. They are:

  • Wristband
  • Identifier card

What do I show the buffet cashier with my all-inclusive citywide buffet pass to gain entry?
For Total Rewards customers, you will need to provide your Total Rewards card and matching photo ID.

For customers who are not part of Total Rewards, if you have a wristband, that is all you need to provide. Please note your wristband must be around your wrist to be considered valid. Any wristbands presented that have be taken off will be considered null and void.

If you have an Identifier card, you must provide your Identifier card and matching photo ID.

 

How will I know when an all-inclusive citywide buffet pass has expired?
Each pass automatically expires 24 hours after it was issued. If the pass has expired, and you try to enter a buffet, the system will notify the cashier at that time.

 

What happens if I am in line to enter a buffet when my all-inclusive citywide buffet pass expires?
Unfortunately, once the pass has expired we can not let a customer in with their expired pass. Customers should give themselves plenty of time to gain entry into a buffet should they want to go close to when their current pass will expire.

 

What if I lose my all-inclusive citywide buffet pass?
Keep your receipt! The receipt can serve as backup should an issue arise.

For Total Rewards customers, you can simply stop by any Total Rewards booth to pick up a new Total Rewards card. Please make sure you let the Total Rewards representative know that you are participating in this program.

 

I have a $5 off coupon for one of the participating buffets. Can I use it as a discount for this program?
No. This program cannot be combined with any other existing buffet offers.

 

Is alcohol included with this program?
No. Only food and non-alcoholic drinks are included. Should you want to purchase alcohol, simply let the cashier know.

 

Bally's Las Vegas
3645 Las Vegas Blvd South
Las Vegas, NV 89109
(877) 603-4390
Caesars Palace
3570 Las Vegas Boulevard
Las Vegas, NV 89109
(866) 227-5938
Flamingo Las Vegas
3555 Las Vegas Blvd South
Las Vegas, NV 89109
(888) 902-9929
Harrah's Las Vegas
3475 Las Vegas Blvd South
Las Vegas, NV 89109
(800) 214-9110
Rio All-Suite Casino Hotel
3700 W. Flamingo Road
Las Vegas, NV 89103
(866) 746-7671
Paris Las Vegas
3655 Las Vegas Blvd South
Las Vegas, NV 89109
(877) 603-4386
Planet Hollywood Resort
3667 Las Vegas Blvd South
Las Vegas, NV 89109
(866) 517-3263
 

 

 

Share your Buffet of Buffets experience

 

Comments to date: 9. Page 1 of 1.

Buffet hater   

Dec 18, 2013

Eaten almost every kind of buffet in LV. Honestly they all made me sick.

dixiechick   

Dec 19, 2012

5 buffets????? Who could possibly eat that much in 24 hours???

Florence   

Oct 18, 2012

We do the Buffet of Buffet every time we are in Vegas. And will be doing this again next month. It is definitely worth it for the price no matter how you look at it. Here's a tip for you first timers: Start the 24 hour pass late on the first day so you'll squeeze in at least 2 dinners, 1 lunch and 1... read more »

Serge Pelchat   

Oct 14, 2012

I have used and been a few times now and always buy the buffet pass and it is so easy and you know exactly how much money you will need to eat during the 24 hours...so that leave you with more money to gamble in the casino and see different shows ...you will find food for every taste....Go for it tr... read more »

Beach Cities   

Aug 31, 2012

Totally worth it! We got 5 buffets out it.

Jake   

Jul 26, 2012

Unless you dont mind waiting in line for 2 hrs , then this may work for you . If you want the "express lanes " , it will be an additional $10 per person , each time .

robin   

Jun 1, 2012

going to vegas for the first time next week and cant wait to experience the buffet of buffets!oh yeah, bring on the yummy!

shannon   

Jun 1, 2012

its absolutly worth it! i love the variety from the different casinos!

isuaria zaid   

Jul 28, 2011

the buffet of buffet is very expensive, I would think twice before buying it, since I have a family of five.

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