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Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo: Money-Saving Ideas for Large Groups

The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo is the largest event of its kind. Every year, for about 20 days straight, it welcomes over two million guests from across the globe. In addition to being one of the most coveted livestock exhibitions, the HLSR sets the stage for multiple rodeo events that are almost always sold out.


If you are heading to Houston, Texas as a group to enjoy the carnival activities, BBQ cook-off, or amazing country-music concerts, then make sure you plan ahead to get the best possible deals.


Take Advantage of Discount Days

Whether you are bringing a school group, a senior-citizen excursion, or a group of friends passionate about agriculture or livestock, just getting through the gates can cost a fortune. Mondays are generally the least crowded and most affordable days to visit the HLSR.


Book a Hotel for Your Group in Advance

Booking in advance is especially important for lodging accommodations. Do not attend to your group hotel reservations in Houston at the last minute. Even for the best hotel-booking companies, it becomes very hard to find blocks of rooms that work for the specific needs of your group.


Consider Volunteering

The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo requires over 28,000 volunteers. Volunteers receive free passes and free parking to the event. For large civic organizations wishing to enjoy the HLSR while doing some good for the community, volunteering makes this event a bargain.


We are already working on group hotel bookings for the 2015 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. We have special deals and extra perks for Groople customers ready to meet the needs of your group. Consider La Quinta Inn & Suites near the Galleria or the Crowne Plaza by Reliant Park. These are excellent hotel options for your group, and we can help you get the best group rate.

Recommended Hotels: La Quinta Inn and Suites Houston Galleria, Crowne Plaza Hotel Houston near Reliant – Medical, Embassy Suites Houston – Energy Corridor, Club Quarters in Houston

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