Go Las Vegas All-Inclusive Card

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The Go Las Vegas Card is an all-inclusive attractions pass that covers the admission costs to your choice of the included attractions for 2, 3, 4, or 5 days. You pay one low price up front, and can choose from 40 top area attractions (including 6 premium attraction options). Included attractions cover popular activities in downtown Las Vegas, tours on the Strip, and even excursions out into the natural beauty of the Grand Canyon. Get tickets to popular shows like Cirque de Soleil, comedy and magic performances, kid-friendly shows, and more. Enjoy a bus tour, observation decks, and fun museums. Visitors can even take a helicopter tour of the Las Vegas Strip at night – a rare and unique experience. If you’re looking to enjoy the best of Las Vegas outside of the casinos, this pass has you covered.

Top Included Las Vegas Attractions                            

Grand Canyon Tour
Blue Man Group Ticket (+ many other shows and performances)
Madame Tussauds Las Vegas
Hop-on Hop-off Big Bus Las Vegas Tour
Hoover Dam Tour
Mob Museum
Las Vegas Monorail Pass
High Roller Observation Wheel at the LINQ

See the complete list of attractions and tours in the sidebar, divided by type of activity.

How the Go Las Vegas Card Works

The Go City Cards have gone completely digital!  You get your pass via e-mail, and show it to the attraction for entry.

The Go Card is designed to allow you to choose the number of days you want to sightsee, then purchase the duration of card that matches your plans. You can sightsee for 2, 3, 4, or 5 consecutive calendar days.

The Go Las Vegas Card (in 3, 4, and 5-Day durations only) also includes six premium attraction choices. You may choose one of the following during the life of your card: Grand Canyon Tour; Las Vegas Strip Helicopter Tour; Blue Man Group Ticket; Richard Petty Driving Experience; Zumanity by Cirque de Soleil; and The Beatles LOVE by Cirque de Soleil.

The pass works best via the free Go City Card App. If you don’t have a smartphone, or don’t like too many apps floating around your phone, you can choose to print out the pass instead.

The Go Las Vegas Card is valid for the number of consecutive calendar days you purchased, once activated at your first attraction.

What’s Good?

The Go Las Vegas Card is an all-digital product – no hassle of tickets or paper booklets. All you need is your smartphone.

Instant digital delivery also means that you can wait for sales to purchase the card (typically around holidays) or wait until your plans solidify, no matter how little advance notice you may have.

Las Vegas is a dynamic city, with many new shows and attractions popping up over time. The Go Las Vegas Card often expands to include new things to see and do.

The pass also comes with a convenient digital guidebook. Featuring maps, contact information, hours of operation, and location for all of their participating attractions, this guidebook is an invaluable resource for travelers.

The Go Las Vegas Card also includes extra discounts that you can use during the life of your card, including transit and dining options. This increases the overall value of the pass if you choose to take advantage of them.

The pass even lets you skip the line at select popular attractions, currently including the Stratosphere Observation Deck. This can save a lot of time during the busy months and more popular times of day.

What Could Get Better?

Currently, the Go Card model only allows you to visit one of the premium attraction options during the life of your card; a visit to more than one means you’re paying out of pocket. It would be nice if you could visit more than one, or pay a small upgrade fee to do so, etc.

You only have access to a daytime pass at certain attractions, including the High Roller Observation Wheel at the LINQ and the Eiffel Tower Viewing Deck at Paris Las Vegas. This makes it harder to get those stellar after dark photos of the Las Vegas Strip.

If you’d like to enjoy the digital benefits of the pass, you need to download the app. While you can print it out if you prefer not to download the app, some travelers might wish that the pass could be used via e-mail.

It’s exciting when the Go City Card program adds new attractions in markets like Las Vegas, but they also occasionally drop attractions. This usually only happens with smaller attractions, but it is possible and can be disappointing if there was a hidden gem you wanted to check out with the pass that’s since been dropped.

Get Your Money’s Worth with a Go Las Vegas Card

Currently the Go Las Vegas Card says they’ll save customers up to 67% on combined admission prices – one of the best discounts across their entire family of products. They calculate these savings by comparing the amount you pay for the pass with the amount you would have otherwise paid each of your attractions.

The easiest way to get a sense of how much you’ll save is to check out the “Savings Examples” tab on the Go Las Vegas Card website. You can see real customer itineraries and find out exactly how much they saved.

If you’re looking to make the most of the pass, there are a few main guiding principles. For one, be sure to visit your first attraction early on the first day and keep exploring as late as the attractions are open: the pass is good for calendar days, not 24-hour periods, so the earlier you start, the more you can fit into the day.

Also, it makes sense to visit the more expensive attractions with the pass and pay for smaller or donation-based things out of pocket (should you run out of time with the pass). Be sure to take advantage of your premium attraction option, as they are always the most expensive and the highest value.

Go Las Vegas Card Insider Tips

Of the many popular observation decks in the city of Las Vegas, a few are exclusive to the Go Las Vegas Card product: the Eiffel Tower Viewing Deck and the High Roller. If you want to see either of these with a discount attraction pass, be sure to choose this one.

There are many attractions located along the Las Vegas Strip. Use your pass for a monorail ticket to help you get around more easily and without traffic. Keep in mind that it doesn’t go everywhere, but it can be a lot of fun and is convenient.

The Go Las Vegas Card only allows you to visit one show per day (excluding the Blue Man Group) with the pass. Choose wisely, and pick something for each night of your trip to make the most of the pass.

Where to Buy the Go Las Vegas Card

The Go Las Vegas Card is available online directly from Go City Card.