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Las Vegas Power Pass Relaunched As The City’s Tourism Booms

July 15, 2015 Destination North America No Comments Print Print Email Email

With Las Vegas welcoming a record-breaking 3.7 million visitors last month, tourism to Sin City is up 4.8 per cent year-on-year based on figures for the same period in 2014. http://industryclub.com.au/With visitor numbers expected to continue to grow, the Las Vegas Power Pass(http://www.lasvegaspass.com), a sightseeing card which helps visitors save time and money, has been relaunched to make the city more convenient and accessible for tourists. And the pass now features a selection of new attractions!

Revamped with a new smartphone- and tablet-ready website, it is now easier than ever to purchase the Las Vegas Power Pass, which offers entry to over 25 of the city’s top attractions, tours and experiences. The pass also includes discounts and offers at top Vegas shows, dining and retail venues, fast-track entry at five of the city’s busiest attractions and a free two-day hop-on, hop-off bus tour ticket, which is the perfect way for visitors to get their bearings when they first arrive.

Priced from $84.99 per adult and $54.99 per child (aged 2-12) for a one-day pass, the Las Vegas Power Pass is a convenient single purchase showcasing the best of the city while minimising the time spent waiting for tickets at each attraction.

To coincide with the relaunch of the pass, a range of brand new active attractions have been added, all of which will appeal to holidaymakers looking for a thrill. At Cowabunga Bay, visitors can enjoy a 23-acre water park, raft down a 55-foot slide into the world’s largest man-made wave, ride the lazy rivers and brave a 73-foot enclosed tube that circles its riders to the bottom before dumping them through a trap door into a pool of water. At KISS: by Monster Mini Golf, fans of Gene Simmons’ iconic rock band KISS®can pay 18 holes of glow-in-the-dark golf in a course themed around the band. Finally, wannabe Lewis Hamiltons can try a track session at Gene Woods Go Kart Racing.

Other attractions featured in the pass include:

Stratosphere Tower: Experience Sin City’s tallest building with entry to the Stratosphere Tower’s Observation Deck.

The Roller Coaster at NY NY: Take a ride on this nail-biting Vegas coaster which features the world’s first ‘heartline’ twist and reaches speeds of up to 67 miles per hour.

Grand Canyon West Legacy Tour: See one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World with a tour to the Grand Canyon.

VooDoo Zip Line: Fly high above the Las Vegas rooftops with a ride on the zip line between the Rio Las Vegas and Masquerade Tower and travel at speeds of up to 33 miles per hour.

Lake Mead Cruise: Enjoy a 90-minute midday cruise around Lake Mead, see the picturesque Nevada landscapes and wonder at the colossal Hoover Dam, while aboard the Desert Princess.

Hoover Dam Motor Coach Tour: Visit one of the world’s most iconic man-made structures, the Hoover Dam, on a deluxe motor coach tour.

For the full list of attractions included with the Las Vegas Power Pass, visit http://www.lasvegaspass.com/las-vegas-attractions

The Las Vegas Power Pass is also the most cost-effective way of seeing the city and its surrounds. With a one-day Las Vegas Power Pass ($84.99) visitors only need to visit three attractions to start making significant savings on normal admission and tour prices.


  • One-day Las Vegas Power Pass – $84.99 per adult, $54.99 per child (aged 2-12 years)
  • Two-day Las Vegas Power Pass – $125.49 per adult, $90.49 per child
  • Three-day Las Vegas Power Pass – $149.49 per adult, $110.49 per child
  • Five-day Las Vegas Power Pass – $194.99 per adult, $134.99 per child

Children aged under two gain free entry to Las Vegas attractions.

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