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Bonanza Gifts (World's Largest Gift Shop), Las Vegas

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  • Bonanza Gift Shop is an interesting destination. I came here just because when I was in a casino at night I couldn't find any souvenirs for myself so I stopped here and I became overwhelmed in choices...  more »
  • If they don't sell it here, they don't sell it anywhere. They have gifts and souvenirs to satisfy any need. The prices are great and you have to see this place to believe it!  more »
  • The gift shop is net to the Stratosphere at the very top end of the strip. Don't make a special trip but if you are up the top end go in. The shop is massive and great and does offer both tacky and ch...  more »
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  • Nothing special. Cheap souvenirs. They've had that grand opening sign up for months, maybe years. Its just a quirky souvenir shop for travelers but it's more or less 6,000sq feet of the same stuff. Fun to wander around for a couple minutes but that's all. You'll have better luck finding something on The Strip or Fremont Street.
  • Rude staff. They stand on ladders watching every move you make. As big as it is cameras would be effective without the awkwardness of being stalked. Run of the mill cheap merchandise but shops on the strip and Fremont are better priced. Too many beggars in a seedier area of town. Definitely will never return.
  • Definitely a large store with a great collection. The rest rooms are defunct and cash is preferred. The quality of some of their products would not match price. But otherwise decent experience.
  • Different stores all connected with some nice souvenirs. It's like a swap meat, everything for the low low... Loved it!!
  • The prices for beer and wine were quite elevated, charging more than some places in NYC. The selection was large and fairly varied and the people who worked there were helpful and nice, provided they were not on ladder duty. Oh, did I fail to mention that there are people up on stock ladders, watching the aisles of the stores? Trust me, you shan't fail to notice it. While I don't mind being taped by a CC security system, there is something creepy about people staring at you from a tall ladder. Multiple times I could feel the gentleman in the wine room stare holes through me, only to continue intense eye contact when I turned about to face him. Weird, weird, weird. I get it, get get a lot of shrink. But this method of dealing with it means I'm certainly not coming back to shop. That being said, I may bring people by just to view the anachronism, but I doubt we'll stay to purchase anything. Anyone that wasn't on a ladder was very helpful and nice. We paid through the nose, but it is within walking distance of our hotel, so we left sated. I guess you can't ask for more than that.