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

Categories: Gift & Specialty Shops, Shopping
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2.4/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web
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  • Located near the SLS and Stratosphere. The shop is huge and there are all sorts of things. The place is a little doubtful. 
  • Great souvenir shop, look what look can find you it here. It is worth visiting it, in my case take the Monorail to reach the Stratosphere and as close to this attraction is shop take the opportunity to visit.
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  • This is a large souvenir store. They have a variety of items but everything was outrageous in price. It was definitely cheaper to buy souvenirs else where. I would definitely buy my gifts from the hot...  read more »
  • I used to love this place and dropped a good 40 everytime I visited LA (can only carry one bottle at a time). The selection was well edited and the people working there left you alone to browse freely without babysitting. CUT TO NOW: I was in the place just a week ago and the visit really did not sit well with me. I had my phone out and I took a few photos to find out what my friend would want. I get them a little Vegas present when I am here for Magic Show twice a year. Some ignorant security guy is standing on a ladder (which feels like you are in a Mexican parking lot (seriously they do this in Mexico)). This guy calls out to me which is not only tacky but rude. He got down and was following me around. Guess what, I stopped photos, took some notes on my phone, and left WITHOUT BUYING ANYTHING. Sure, I will go in there when in Vegas. The selection is good and I always find something I never heard of however, I will not drop a dime on anything this place sells. You treat customers rudely (unnecessarily), you get nothing in return. I will do the old showrooming 'deal' and take my business elsewhere. I literally have been shopping here for more than two decades but game over. The only thing that will set brick and mortar apart from online is great customer service. Frankly, it is easier to buy online because I do not have to carry a heavy bottle of liquor to my hotel room and I can get a better price. Just saying....
  • Just down the strip. Typical tourist attraction. Overpriced souvenirs. Expect a lot of homeless asking for your money.
  • This strip mall used to be a novel place to get gifts or souvenirs, but DAMN has it gone downhill. The place is just trashed and falling apart. The high prices don't justify the shoddy products, and a lot of them seem like they've been sitting in the shop for years and/or broken. Nowadays, the strip has better gifts and souvenirs for tourists to shop in. The areas between Harrah's and the Flamingo, for example, have more current and trendy gift shops.
  • Lots of nick nacks and doo dads. Cool place to wander around
  • It's OK. They really do have thousands of items but much of it is just junk. Still, if you want some cheesy LV souvenir, this is probably the place to go. Ashtrays, cardboard cutouts, novelties, shot glasses, costume accessories and post cards.
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