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How Much Should I Budget for My Medical Tourism Trip to Las Vegas?

How Much Should I Budget for My Medical Tourism Trip to Las Vegas?

How Much Should I Budget for My Medical Tourism Trip to Las Vegas?

The amount of money you will spend in Las Vegas for your medical trip will depend on factors such as length of stay, accommodation choice and lifestyle preferences. To calculate potential expenses, try breaking down your trip into its principal elements and then adding up the costs. Let’s take as an example a patient traveling to Las Vegas for seven days for a lap band, bariatric weight loss procedure. The approximate costs including a companion would be as follows:*

Surgical Procedure

$14,000 USD

Travel

$500 USD

Lodging

$500 USD

Transportation

$600 USD ($100 x 6 nights)

Meals

$100-$200 USD

Entertainment

$300 USD ($75 per day)

Shopping and Souvenirs

$500 USD

Approximate Total: $2,400 USD expenses outside of Medical Costs

As shown in the above example, most of these elements can be calculated with a fairly high degree of accuracy. For example, flights to Las Vegas for under $250 - $600 dollars round trip are frequently available from major U.S. cities such as New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, Houston and Miami. For hotels, it will all depend on your preferences, but it is not uncommon to find excellent three-four star hotels at under $100 dollars a night including breakfast.

Transportation within Las Vegas will likely be by rent-a-car or Taxicab. Choosing a mid-sized rent-a-car with insurance will run you approximately $300 U.S. Dollars per week plus gas (about $50 per day). If you opt for using a taxicab then at the very minimum expect to pay between $150- $200 U.S. Dollars, taking into account airport transfers, hotel to hospital round trips and some outings for dinner or shopping.

Where meals are concerned, plan on budgeting at least $75 dollars per day for two assuming that you take advantage of your complimentary hotel breakfast. Las Vegas offers visitors a wide range of gastronomic options for all tastes and budgets, so finding inexpensive eateries is never a problem.

Entertainment and shopping expenses are never easy to predict. Expect at a very minimum to spend several hundred dollars during the course of your stay even if you have the super-human will power to mostly abstain from the area’s wealth of exciting attractions and shopping venues.

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