The 29th Annual ACFE Global Fraud Conference returns to Las Vegas in 2018. The conference will be held at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino. Las Vegas continues to build upon its reputation as an ideal location for meetings and conventions as well as for fun. The city attracts more than 6 million meeting and conference attendees a year by offering the grandest hotels, entertainment, award-winning chefs and, of course, the brightest lights.
$159* single, double. Available until May 24, 2018 or until the room block is sold out, whichever comes first.
To reserve your room online at the attendee rate
click here and select Attendee from the dropdown menu.
Call +1 (877) 632-9001 or +1 (702) 632-9000.
*Hotel Reservation Policy: Attendee must submit a credit card or deposit equal to the first night's room rate, plus tax as a guarantee, at the time the reservation is made. Attendee's credit card will be charged the first night's room rate plus resort fee and tax at that time. Deposits are only refundable for cancellations received by Mandalay Bay at least (72) hours in advance of the confirmed arrival date.
*Hotel Resort Fee Policy: A $25.00 daily resort fee will apply. This fee will cover internet access, Press Reader, complimentary boarding pass printing, unlimited local and toll free phone calls, access to Cardio Center, complimentary self and valet parking.
The Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino is located in the South End of the Las Vegas Strip about 2 miles from McCarran International Airport.
Shuttles are available at the airport and they drop off at all the major strip hotels. Mandalay Bay is usually either the very first drop off or the very last drop off. Shuttles generally cost $7-$8 per person. Group shuttles are available on the west side of baggage claim, outside door exits 7 - 13 at Terminal 1 and outside on Level Zero on the west end of Terminal 3.
The average price for an economy car in Las Vegas is around $25 to $30 per day.
Varieties of shuttle/limousine services are available at McCarran International Airport, and are located on the north and west sides of baggage claim, outside door exits 8-14. Mandalay Bay recommends Executive Las Vegas Limousine. You may locate them at
executivelasvegas.com or call the Concierge at +1 (702) 632-4760 or toll free at +1 (877) 305-3136.
Taxis costs between $16-$20 for up to 5 people and will bring you directly to Mandalay Bay. Taxis are available outside on the east side of baggage claim, outside door exits 1-5. Airport personnel are available on the taxi curb to assist passengers.
Lyft and Uber are currently authorized to provide ride sharing services at the airport. Simply arrange for a ride using the app on your smart phone or mobile device. Customers are allowed to be dropped off at the airport’s departures curbs at both Terminal 1 and Terminal 3.
The Monorail travels from Sahara Ave. to the MGM Grand 7 days per week from 7:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m. Monday through Thursday and until 3:00 a.m. Friday through Sunday. Visit
lvmonorail.com for location stops and ticket prices.
Explore the parking options available at MGM Resorts destinations, as well as easy-to-follow driving directions, in this
downloadable MGM Resorts parking guide.
Your days will be packed with sessions and networking, but there will be free time to explore. Las Vegas offers endless opportunies for entertainment, dining, shopping, golf and spas.
Start planning your trip now.
The ACFE Global Fraud Conference is the world’s largest gathering of fraud fighters, with more than 3,000 attendees representing more than 60 countries. For attendees traveling from outside of the U.S., the following information may be helpful in planning your visit.
You may need a visa to enter the U.S. Because of world events, visa applications are subject to a greater degree of scrutiny than in the past. The greater scrutiny means a longer waiting period — the State Department recommends that you begin your visa application process well in advance of your travel dates.
Visa requirements vary from country to country. Contact the U.S. embassy or consulate in the country where you live to determine if you will need a visa and/or a visa support letter to visit the U.S. (You may apply for a visa at any U.S. consular office, but it may be more difficult to qualify if you apply from outside your country of permanent residence.)
Locate a consular office.
The decision to grant visas belongs solely to the embassy/consulate. The ACFE cannot promise that you or your colleagues will receive a visa. Likewise, the ACFE cannot change the decision of the governmental agency should your application be denied. For more information on applying for a visa, visit the
U.S. State Department website.
If you are denied a visa or you do not receive your visa in time to attend, your registration fees will be refunded provided that you notify us prior to the cancellation period as defined in the
Some countries require a letter of invitation to be submitted as part of the visa application process. The ACFE will only issue letters for persons who have registered and paid for the event or conference. The ACFE can send the invitation letter by the following options:
If you need an invitation letter, email the ACFE Events Department at
Events@ACFE.com with your request. Because of the number of requests received for visa support letters, please submit your request as soon as possible.
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