Tourism Boom in Las Vegas Prompts Relaunch of Power Pass

Stratosphere Tower
Stratosphere Tower in Las Vegas // Photo by Peter Asquith via flickr

A recent record-breaking boost in tourism to Las Vegas last month has prompted the city to relaunch its Las Vegas Power Pass, a sightseeing card which helps visitors save time and money by offering access to over 25 of the city's top attractions, tours and experiences.

The Las Vegas Power Pass includes discounts and offers at several top 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. A range of new attractions have also been added to the pass, including Cowabunga Bay, a 23-acre water park, Gene Wood's Go Kart Racing, and KISS: by Monster Mini Golf, an 18-hole glow-in-the-dark golf course themed around Gene Simmons' iconic rock band. 

Other attractions offered with the pass include: 

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- Stratosphere Tower: Entry to the Stratosphere Tower's Observation Deck on Las Vegas’ tallest building. 

- The Roller Coaster at NY NY: A roller coaster which features the world's first 'heartline' twist and reaches speeds of up to 67 miles per hour.

- Grand Canyon West Legacy Tour: A tour of one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World.

- VooDoo Zip Line: A zip line ride between the Rio Las Vegas and Masquerade Tower, traveling at speeds of up to 33 miles per hour.

- Lake Mead Cruise: A 90-minute midday cruise around Lake Mead, offering views of Nevada landscapes and the Hoover Dam aboard the Desert Princess.

- Hoover Dam Motor Coach Tour: A guided tour of the Hoover Dam onboard a deluxe motor coach. 

Las Vegas Power Passes range from one to five days, with prices beginning at $84.99 per adult and $54.99 per child (aged 2-12). Children younger than two have free entry to Las Vegas attractions. Additional prices include:

- 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

Visit www.lasvegaspass.com 

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