Las Vegas Monorail Offers Special New Year's Eve Access

las vegas monorailThis New Year's Eve the Las Vegas Monorail will offer nonstop service from 7 am to 3 am to top Las Vegas party destinations. Las Vegas Boulevard will close to vehicles, taxis and buses in the early evening. 

"Visitors come to Las Vegas to experience the best party in the country, not to waste time in traffic trying to reach a restaurant, show or nightclub," said Ingrid Reisman, vice president of corporate communications for the Las Vegas Monorail Company. "The Monorail makes it easy for them to travel to the city's festivities, without having to worry about road closures, crowded streets or finding a designated driver."  

The Las Vegas Monorail is offering an exclusive promotion for the New Year's Eve with $4 off a 3-day pass. The offer will be valid December 27 through January 1.The promotional code for this discount is NYE2013 and can be redeemed at www.lvmonorail.com, any Monorail customer service ticket offices daily between the hours of 9 - 7PM or at any eTicket Kiosk.

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Currently, the privately-funded Monorail system has seven stations: MGM Grand; Bally's/Paris Las Vegas; Flamingo/Caesars Palace; Harrah's/The Quad; Las Vegas Convention Center; LVH; and Sahara Avenue. 

For travelers looking to party this New Year's Eve, LIGHT at Mandalay Bay has announced plans for a three-part New Year's Eve party. 

RELATED: Vegas Nightclub LIGHT to Host Three-Part New Year's Eve Party (VIDEO)

For more on what to do in Las Vegas this New Year's Eve, visit our list of top tips on what do see and do to welcome 2014.

RELATED: Top Travel Tips for New Year's Eve 2013 in Las Vegas

Visit www.lvmonorail.com 

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