Luxury Travel Expo Partners with Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority to Award More than $10,000 in Luxury Goods

Each year Luxury Travel Expo strives to make attending the event as bountiful as before. Just in time for the holiday shopping rush, Luxury Travel Expo has teamed up with the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority and Shop Las Vegas to reward agents over $10,000 in luxury goods that they can either gift or save for themselves.

The newly added Luxury Goods Holiday Wish List rewards program will allow agents to walk away with high-end merchandise, from luxury brands like Prada and Louis Vuitton, just for attending the Wednesday and Thursday General Sessions. So if luxury brands dot your holiday wish list this year, than make sure you attend Luxury Travel Expo’s Wednesday and Thursday General Sessions and gift yourself whether or not you’ve been bad or good. Click here to learn more about all of the Luxury Travel Expo rewards programs totaling more than $100,000 in prizes.

Plus, don’t miss your chance to win an iPad and the October Grand Prize. Register for Luxury Travel Expo at by October 31st. American Express Card holders will receive an additional 10% discount when they use an American Express Card.

Want to save on your hotel stay during Luxury Travel Expo? Reserve your stay with our housing bureau by October 31st to take advantage of the reduced rate of $109 per night at Mandalay Bay Hotel & Casino. All reservations include a complimentary resort fee (valued at $60). Plus, any agent who registers will be entered into a drawing to win tickets to see the critically acclaimed Jersey Boys show! Book your hotel stay now.

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