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What You'll Get
Easily getting from one place to another is a great benefit of living in the modern age—much like the Internet or those silica gel packets you can keep in your shoes to make you look taller. Go as you please with this Groupon.
$23.99 for a 24-Hour Hop-On, Hop-Off Tour Pass and $10 Toward Sweets (Up to $48 Value)
The 24-hour day tour lets guests begin their journey at any of 18 locations where the bus makes regular stops. Travelers can get on and off as many times as they like while they explore the city and learn about its history and notable landmarks from one of Big Bus Tours' informative and entertaining guides. The Strip route features a glimpse of the world-famous Welcome to Las Vegas sign and the iconic Bellagio fountains, and the downtown route heads to Fremont Street and the exciting Mob Museum. The first bus departs Circus Circus Hotel and Casino at 10 a.m., and regular departures follow throughout the day; one full circuit of each route lasts roughly 90 minutes.
Groupon customers also receive $10 toward chocolates, taffy, and other confections at the Sweet Spot Candy Shop.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 5 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Not valid with any other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Big Bus Tours
From the faux Eiffel Tower in Las Vegas to the real Eiffel Tower in Paris, Big Bus Tours provides a smooth ride to some of the most famous landmarks in the world. Live guides and recorded commentary provide insight into historic places such as the Tower of London and the Man Mo Temple in Hong Kong, and popular attractions such as Miami's Art Deco district. The hop-on, hop-off system allows travelers to enter and exit the open double-decker buses at their leisure, stopping at restaurants to sample the local cuisine, at local boutiques to pick up souvenirs, and at shopping malls to observe the interactions of teenagers and their natural enemy: the security guard.