Best Vegas Attractions Offers Incentives in Eight Languages

Best Vegas Attractions, a Las Vegas-based consortium consisting of more than 30 of the destination’s top attractions, offers a downloadable online booklet that saves consumers anywhere from 15 to 50 percent off that is now available in eight languages.  Furthermore, for meeting and event planners looking to provide a customizable offering for attendees, Best Vegas Attractions will produce a complimentary personalized welcome to the specific group that can include a short message and/or logo.

Best Vegas Attractions’ instant savings booklet is available in Japanese, Spanish, Korean, French, Italian, Chinese, German and English and can be found at, click on “Print Offers” tab at the top of the page. Participating suppliers and attractions include: Awesome Adventures; Black Canyon Adventures; “BODIES… The Exhibition”; CSI; Dinner in the Sky; Fashion Outlets of Las Vegas; Fashion Show Mall; Forever Resorts; Grand Canyon Railway; Hard Rock Café; Las Vegas Monorail; Madame Tussaud’s Las Vegas; Pampas Brazilian Steakhouse & Grille; Papillon Airways, Inc.; SkyDive Las Vegas; A Special Memory chapel;  and “Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition and Walters Golf.

In addition to the Instant Savings booklet, the group offers rack cards; all branded as Best Vegas Attractions.  The referral program provides cash incentives to concierges and front desk representatives’ and discounts to visitors.  To incentivize both visitors and tour and travel representatives, the program saves visitors up to $500 and concierge and front desk representatives may receive up to $100 per booklet in cash-back incentives.

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