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Las Vegas Monorail Passes - 30% Off $9.95

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First time posting. Going to Vegas with the family this summer. As the name states, every cent counts. Found this coupon after searching around. Thought I'd share it. I ordered the 3 day passes, usually $29 for 19.95.

One day Regular $13, Sale $9.95
Two day Regular $23, Sale $15.95
All the way up to 7 days for $45

https://tickets2.lvmonorail.com/d...on-coupons

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Whats the best way to get around parking fees, is there any free parking on the edge of the monorail coverage area
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I don't think this is a good way to get around if I stay at circus circus?
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I don't think this is a good way to get around if I stay at circus circus?
It is a bit out of the way ... go up to SLS, walk through to back, get on the monorail there.

I would say it is best if you are staying center strip on the side of the monorail ... Flamingo, Link, Bally's, or perhaps MGM since it's on the end of the rail.
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Whats the best way to get around parking fees, is there any free parking on the edge of the monorail coverage area
SLS is usually free parking. Westgate can be free, depending on whether there is a major sporting event or convention event. Trop has been free in past, but I think that has stopped.

Personally, I have found that UBER is the best way to get around because it is door-to-door. There are coupons for all the services -- uber, lyft, another? -- you can get around pretty cheap. Pool pricing is not very good but if you are a 2- or 3-some there simply is no better way to go. Just watch peak pricing & consider alternate pick-up spots (e.g., Delano, rather than MB, after a show).
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It put north haverbrook on the map...monorail monorail monorail
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Whats the best way to get around parking fees, is there any free parking on the edge of the monorail coverage area
From what u read treasure island is free parking
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Venetian has free parking too.
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This deal is still available. I used the Monorail to get around last year in Vegas when I stayed at the SLS. This year I'll be staying at The LINQ so I decided to buy a pass. If you're staying on the east side of the strip (especially at one of the stops) then I think the Monorail is worth considering. Otherwise you're just kicking your own ass trying to take advantage of it.
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