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Save Money with the Las Vegas Power Pass

Las Vegas is packed with attractions, and it can be tough to figure out what to do … not to mention how to do it all efficiently and without dropping a ton of cash. This is where the Las Vegas Power Pass comes in.

When you plan ahead by buying a Power Pass, you not only save time (you don’t have to pay admission fees every time you visit a new attraction) but you also save money. You can choose to buy a pass in one-, two-, three- or five-day increments. The more days you buy, the cheaper your cost is per day.

Attractions are added into to the Las Vegas Power Pass all the time, but at the time of this posting, complimentary admission or discounts to the following attractions were covered:

Atomic Testing Museum
Aussie Improv Comedy Explosion
Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art (BGFA)
Eiffel Tower Experience at Paris Las Vegas
Erotic Heritage Museum (must be 18 or older)
Fremont Street Flightlinez Daytime Flight
GameWorks Las Vegas
Grand Canyon West Legacy Tour (an additional impact fee must be paid)
Hoover Dam Motor Coach Tour from Las Vegas
King Putt Indoor Mini-Golf
Las Vegas Fashion Outlets’ Shopping Tour
Las Vegas Mini Gran Prix | Go Karts & More
Las Vegas Mob Experience
Las Vegas Natural History Museum
Las Vegas Zoo
Madame Tussauds Las Vegas Wax Museum Experience
Mid-Day Lake Mead Cruise (seasonal; National Park Services fee required)
Nevada State Museum Las Vegas
Planet Hollywood Restaurant in Las Vegas ($10 credit)
Siegfried and Roy’s Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat
Sky Zone Recreational Center Las Vegas
Southern Nevada Museum Of Fine Art
Springs Preserve Las Vegas
Stratosphere Tower Observation Deck
Stratosphere Tower Thrill Ride  (choose one of three rides)
The Putt Park Miniature Golf
The Roller Coaster at New York New York

Given that many of these attractions cost $10.00-$15.00 each, the Power Pass pays itself back if you take advantage of even half a dozen of these activities.

In addition, with the Las Vegas Power Pass, you get tickets for any show at the V Theater for $25, book a horseback trail ride with lunch for $30 off and take a nighttime helicopter tour of the Las Vegas Strip for $25 off.

The Las Vegas Power Pass starts at $77.99 for adults and $44.99 for kids for one day. If you opt for the five-day option, you only end up paying $31.35 per adult per day.

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