Regular Beat the Casinos blog readers would have seen my entry the other day about some of the excellent upcoming shows in Las Vegas in September 2008. If you are going to Las Vegas, you should check out the Las Vegas Power Pass, which includes admission to the top Las Vegas attractions, museums, sightseeing tours, and thrill rides for one low price – and until September 11, 2008 you can get TEN PERCENT OFF (10%) the 3 day and 5 day passes by following links in this blog entry. Las Vegas Power Passes are available for 1 day, 2 days, 3 days, or 5 days.
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Starting at only $75 for a 1 day Las Vegas Power Pass, you can save great money (up to $500 USD) off of the price of having to buy tickets individually. Just visit 2 or 3 attractions using the Las Vegas Power Pass, and you’ll be saving! And since you don’t have to spend time waiting in line to pay for tickets at each location you’ll have more time to enjoy your Las Vegas vacation (or be able to fit more attractions into each day). The Las Vegas Power Pass offers unbeatable savings and convenience, and you’re getting a great discount!
Some of the Las Vegas Power Pass included attractions are: Atomic Testing Museum, Las Vegas; Guggenheim Hermitage Museum in Las Vegas; Hoover Dam Tour from Las Vegas; Las Vegas Art Museum; Las Vegas Fashion Outlets Shopper’s Shuttle; Las Vegas Natural History Museum; Las Vegas Zoo; Liberace Museum is Las Vegas’ Finest; Luxor’s In Search of the Obelisk; Madame Tussauds Las Vegas Interactive Wax Experience at the Venetian; Manhattan Express Rollercoaster at NYNY Casino in Las Vegas; Nevada State Museum; Popovich Comedy Pet Theater; Siegfried & Roy’s Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat at the Mirage; SkyMania Fun Center Las Vegas; SPEED-The Ride and Cyber Speedway of Las Vegas at the Sahara Casino; Springs Preserve Las Vegas; The Adventuredome Theme Park at Circus Circus; Visit Egypt at the King Tut Museum Las Vegas in the Luxor Casino.
I’ve used the Las Vegas Power Pass myself on several occasions. It’s inexpensive, highly convenient, and it saves you time too! Have a great time in Las Vegas, and save some money (even more if you act quickly, by September 11th, 2008) by using the Las Vegas Power Pass!