Go City Pass Las Vegas Will Help You Save Money on Attractions
Go City Pass Las Vegas will save you tons of money of popular attractions. While recently visiting Las Vegas, I wanted to make the most of my time and had some attractions I wanted to see and do. Go City was kind enough to let me try out their pass. The Go City pass Las Vegas allows you to choose how many attractions you want to see and how many days you need to do it, for much less than paying for the attractions individually. There are more than 35 attractions to choose from in the Las Vegas area. It’s a really great way to save money if what you want to do is offered with the pass. It’s also a convenient way to see what there is to do in the area and plan your time accordingly.
Go City Pass Selections
Choose either the Explorer Pass or the All-Inclusive Pass. With the Explorer Pass you can choose up to seven attractions to visit within a 60-day time frame. The more attractions you choose, the more you save. The All-Inclusive Pass lets you visit as many attractions as you want within two to five consecutive days. The more days you choose, the more you save. I had the Explorer Pass with three attractions, which I thought would not be enough.
Go City Las Vegas Attractions
With more than 35 attractions to choose from with the Go City Pass Las Vegas pass, it will be hard to decide. Here are just a few of the current choices being offered. Choices may vary depending on pass:
- High Roller Observation Wheel
- Hop-On Hop-Off Big Buss Classic Tour
- The Big Apple Roller Coaster
- Las Vegas Bar Crawl
- Siegfried & Roy’s Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat
- Full Day Grand Canyon National Park Tour
- Las Vegas Strip Helicopter Tour
On my list of must-see/do attractions where the following:
- SkyPod and thrill rides at The STRAT
- Fly LINQ Zipline
- Eiffel Tower Experience at Paris Las Vegas
Go City Las Vegas App
Download the Go City app to select which attractions you’d like to do and use a QR code on your phone to get into the attraction. No paper tickets needed. You can also buy your pass and see which attractions are offered on the Go City website. Both will tell you which attractions allow youth skip the line and get right in and which ones require reservations.
It was my first time trying to Go City pass. I started at 10 a.m. at Bally’s, where I was staying, and took an Uber to The STRAT to take in the views from the SkyPod, but it didn’t open until 11 a.m. So, I walked to the closest attraction nearby, which was the Siegfried & Roy’s Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat — even though it wasn’t on my list. The ticket checker wasn’t entirely sure how to process the Go City Pass when I showed his my QR code (that happened at more than one place), but I eventually got right in. The Habitat wasn’t my favorite attraction. I felt kind of sorry for the dolphins, lion, and tigers enclosed in small areas. Next, I walked to the Eiffel Tower to see the Strip from far above, but it didn’t open until 3 p.m. So, I ended up taking an Uber back to the The STRAT. I took the elevator to the top — 1,149 feet — and the views were magnificent! With my pass, I had the option to do one of the Thrill Rides — Big Shot or X Scream (Insantity was closed and SkyJump was an extra fee). After looking at the rides, I chickened out! I paid to take another Uber back to The Strip to do the LINQ zipline, but with all the walking and Ubering, I was ready to just head back to my room. Lesson learned, plan ahead, find out if you need reservations, and what time things open!
Go City is available in a number of cities throughout the United States. Visit their website to find out more.
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Disclosure: A complimentary pass was provided by Go City in order to do my review, but all opinions are my own.