Wednesday, October 22, 2008

20 Percent off Las Vegas Explorer Pass

Here's a Coupon for 20% off a Las Vegas Explorer pass!

Vegas has a lot to offer – and we want you to see the best of it! With Las Vegas Explorer Pass, the city’s top shows, tours, nightlife, dining, and attractions are yours for a low pre-paid price. You’ll save up to 40% off regular admission, with the freedom to see things at your own pace. You’ll even get exclusive extras other travelers miss out on. So forget the other hassles. This is the no-stress way to see Vegas for less!

Create Your Own Adventure!

Because you get to choose from the top tours, shows, and attractions that Vegas has to offer, everyone in your group will be happy. There are countless ways to combine these Premier and Signature Choices to create an unforgettable Vegas experience.

Go to this link for more information!!!

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Buy a Los Angeles City Pass

If you want to save big in any city, you can buy what is sometimes known as a city pass or an explorer pass. This type of pass will get you into most of the big attractions for one low price.

You can click here to buy one this week for 15% off the regular retail price.

What a great deal!

I will be looking for more great deals like this for different cities, so be sure to check back here often!

Friday, October 10, 2008

Free Trams in Las Vegas

There is a shuttle tram in Las Vegas for which you can buy a pass. But there are also 2 free trams in Las Vegas. Most people don't know about these until it is too late, or they have been there a few times.

The first one has 3 stops. The Excalibur, The Luxor, and Mandalay Bay. It is a short ride, and the tram leaves about every 5 minutes, give or take a minute or two. This tram runs 24 hours a day

The second tram runs between The Mirage and Treasure Island. It runs about every 10 to 15 minutes. The hours are from 9 am to 1 am.

Tuesday, October 7, 2008

Tips for Traveling to Las Vegas

Today I though I would cover a few tips for traveling to Las Vegas.

One of the hardest decisions to make once you arrive is where to go first. But once you decide, I would highly suggest considering the "Deuce" as your primary source of transportation. The "Deuce" is a double decker bus which stops near every casino on the strip and will also talk you downtown. For a mere Five Dollars you can buy a 24-hour pass which will save not only your legs, but also loads on taxi fare.

You'll want to check out the famous free shows while you're there. If you start out with the Sirens at Treasure Island, at the end you'll have just enough time to walk on to the Mirage to see the Volcano explode, and then as you arrive at the Bellagio you'll be just in time for the Fountain and Light show (aka Fountains of the Bellagio).

Other free sights to see in Vegas include:

Lion Habitat at MGM
Circus Acts of Circus Circus
The Flamingo Wildlife Habitat
The Dealertainers
CBS Research Center
Fremont Street Experience

For more tips and travel arrangements, please be sure to check out Cheap'O Air at the link below.