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Las Vegas Pass

Attraction Type: Pass
Location: Hours vary for attractions included in the pass. Passes can be picked up at Planet Hollywood at the Forum Shops at Caesars from 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Phone: 800-476-9137
Enjoy some of the finest attractions in Las Vegas through the purchase of a single pass.

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from Vegas
Age: 35 to 44 Gender: Female
This website doesnt have enough information about powerpass
Dec 13, 2017
Power pass fee was a ripoff. The Mirage hotel sucks. The buffet was terrible and a rip off. Their rooms have unnecessary additional fees. I wasnt happy. My flight was ok though. No luggage fee unlike united.
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from las vegas
Age: 25 to 34 Gender: Female
customer services and miss information
Aug 27, 2017
It was a great value for your money. I did have a couple issues with the website and it taking two payments for one transaction. When I called customer care they where not as help or concern with my issues. The best part about the pass was the tour it was a great value and some of the other activities I did. overall great value for your money. the only problem is the website makes it seem as if you have all options to do everything but when you get it it is not an option unless you purchase the multiple days.
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from Detroit, MI
Age: 35 to 44 Gender: Female
Great Value for the Right Sort of Traveler
Jun 20, 2017
As a semi-regular visitor to Vegas, I find the Las Vegas Power Pass to be an excellent way to both save money and experience attractions/places I likely wouldn't have discovered (or even considered) on my own. HOWEVER, I say this as someone who likes off-the-beaten strip experiences (like the Atomic Testing Museum and Pop Culture Walking Tour of Fremont Street) and who sprung for the Five Day Pass both times I purchased. I implore anyone thinking about getting the pass to be realistic about how much you want to do over the course of your time in Vegas, as well as the amount of time you have to spend driving (or being driven) to multiple sites in and around the city. Since I rent a car and travel with my roommate, whose interests are similar to mine, this is an incredible value: $200 or so gets you roughly $1000 worth of (often educational/cultural) fun. We used the daily $10 off at Planet Hollywood three of the five days, since PH is located near several of the other activities on the current pass (TITANTIC, BODIES, The High Roller, Marvel Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N., Frank Marino's Divas show). Additionally, we're the kind of folks who get up with the chickens and stay up late as well, so we took full advantage of the Hoover Dam Tour, which is incredible, Springs Preserve, and the Lion Habitat Ranch in the morning, and then hit up the Stratosphere Observation Deck, the Erotic Heritage Museum and Kiss Mini Golf after the sun went down. Using the pass is likely easier - and more cost effective - as a solo traveler or as an adult duo, so keep that in mind too. A number of the activities are geared toward adults, both in terms of interest - how thrilled kids of any age would be at the Bellagio Art Museum or the previously mentioned walking tour of downtown Vegas would depend on several factors - and in terms of location/experience (again, the Erotic Museum, a beer tasting, a drag show, VIP club crawl, an 18+ pool party pass), so I think a three-day pass might do the trick for parents with kids, especially since THE PASS MUST BE USED SUCCESSIVELY FROM THE FIRST DAY OF USE. Essentially, you'll "lose" one of the days if you use the pass on say, Wednesday, don't use it on Thursday, and then use it again on Friday. Like a number of other issues, such as only five day passes having access to the Pawn Star or Hoover Dam tours, these sticking points should be better outlined by the company's website, along with the fact that activities listed might not be available on certain days (despite being listed on the website, an example being that Casa De Shenandoah, Wayne Newton's former estate, is not open on Sundays) or at all (the Polaroid Museum, which was listed on the first pass we purchased had closed long before we ever tried to visit it). Again, this item is not without its flaws, but if you're the sort of person who wants to do a million that aren't necessarily "typical Vegas," and you've got the money and the time, get a five day pass and go nuts!
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from Eugene Or.
Age: 35 to 44 Gender: Male
Not worth the money.
May 6, 2017
Had to wait in lines to get tickets, and go on attractions, had to go to shop show them pass then they gave you tickets then you go to attractions and wait in line so thays two lines on some, and some of the things we thought we were getting were not apart of the pass, and the deuce pass you have to go to back there every day to pick it up which can become a pain. The only thing that was easy and helpfull is the mono rail pass..... Very disappointed.
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from Canada
Age: 35 to 44 Gender: Female
Power passes was very helpful
Apr 28, 2017
Would have been nice if I new there were charges over and above what wad included in the pass.
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  • Location: Hours vary for attractions included in the pass. Passes can be picked up at Planet Hollywood at the Forum Shops at Caesars from 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.
  • Operation Times: Main Hours Monday: 10:00AM to 6:00 PM Tuesday: 10:00AM to 6:00 PM Wednesday: 10:00AM to 6:00 PM Thursday: 10:00AM to 6:00 PM Friday: 10:00AM to 6:00 PM Saturday: 10:00AM to 6:00 PM Sunday: 10:00AM to 6:00 PM
  • Prices from: Certain attractions include age restrictions. You will receive details when you pick up your pass.
  • Restrictions: Certain attractions include age restrictions. You will receive details when you pick up your pass.
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3570 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89109

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