Aside from time, the thing preventing tourists from ticking off every show & attraction in Las Vegas is money. Let’s be honest, it ain’t overly cheap in the city.
Fortunately, there’s a not-so-secret ticket to Las Vegas that gives travellers access to as many shows and attractions that they can squeeze into their visit while also helping them save.
It’s the Las Vegas Pass and it was recently revamped to offer visitors more for less.
The refreshed ticket gives buyers a choice of more than 60 different shows, tours, attractions and activities, including Cirque du Soleil’s LOVE and Kà, a Grand Canyon full-day tour, a helicopter tour of the Strip, the Marvel Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N and more.
Other highlights of the pass include access to the world’s tallest observation wheel, the High Roller, and the 490-feet high VooDoo Zip Line. There’s also tickets to the Blue Man Group, a chance to ride a NASCAR racecar and a tour of the Rockstar Pool Party.
Travellers can choose from a two-day pass, which is priced from US$299 per adult and US$269 per child (aged three-12 years), or pay US$419 per adult and US$349 per child for the three-day pass. There’s also five-day passes starting for $569 per adult.
Once purchased, travellers can use the digital VIP ticket to select the shows and attractions they want to experience, including those that are sold out to the general public.
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