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    We Tried A $9 Buffet Vs. A $95 Buffet To See Which One Was Worth It

    "I feel like I'm intoxicated by food."

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    If you didn't notice, we like eating food. ESPECIALLY food we can't afford. So this week on Worth It we decided to try the holy grail for food lovers: Buffets.

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    What better place to go all-in on buffets than the one and only, Vegas. Our first stop and lowest price point was the Feast Buffet in the Red Rock Casino.

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    Here, we got an all-you-can eat brunch experience for only NINE DOLLARS. That's right folks, we were laying-in-the-fetal-position-full for just nine bucks.

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    And we were pretty dang into it.

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    Before we could hit up any other buffets, Steven had to take care of some business:

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    Next up, was the the Wicked Spoon in the Cosmopolitan hotel.

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    This brunch was a jump in price and cost $49.00 for the all-you-can-eat option. However, it also offered oysters, crab legs, and other delicacies.

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    And IT WAS SO DAMN GOOD.

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    Our final stop was The Sterling Brunch – the ultimate spot for any foodie with money to burn.

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    The Sterling Brunch cost $95.00 and included lobster, champagne, and other expensive treats.

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    And TBH, it was a pretty much a religious food experience.

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    At the end of the day, Steven picked the mid-priced Wicked Spoon, and Andrew picked the ~fancy~ Sterling Brunch.

    Comment below and let us know what you think we should try next!