Las Vegas Power Pass Relaunched With New Features, More Access
Here's some good news for sightseers planning to take in Sin City's top attractions and entertainment in a short period of time: The Las Vegas Power Pass has been relaunched just in time for summer.
London's Leisure Pass Group announced on Monday that the sightseeing card has been improved, boasting brand new features and providing customers with access to even more attractions.
In addition to providing tourists with entry into multiple attractions and tours throughout Las Vegas, the new Power Pass alerts customers to discounts and special offers at various restaurants, shops and shows.
Fast-track entry at five attractions — the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art; Hot Rod City; Springs Preserve; Las Vegas Mini Gran Prix and National Atomic Testing Museum — and a free two-day bus tour ticket are also included. Fast-track entry allows Power Pass users to jump to the front of the line at the aforementioned attractions.
Some new attractions that Power Pass users will be able to access include Cowabunga Bay Water Park, KISS-themed mini golf, and Gene Wood's Go-Kart Racing Experience. Entry to the Stratosphere Tower's Observation Deck, the VooDoo Zip Line and Lake Mead Cruise are also included.
For added convenience, the overhauled Power Pass can be purchased online via a tablet or smartphone.
A one-day updated Power Pass will cost $85 for adults and $55 for children ages two to 12. Meanwhile, two-, three- and five-day Power Passes are also available at a higher price.
This summer's announcement comes on the heels of Las Vegas hosting a record 3.7 million visitors in June 2015. Currently, tourism to the popular destination is up nearly five percent compared to the same period last year.
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