What You'll Get
- $199 for a two-person scootercar tour of the Las Vegas Strip for two people ($250 value)
Each tour can pick up passengers at their hotel on the Strip before whisking them away in custom, open-air scootercars. The scootercars are built for two people- the Groupon price includes a tour for two people in the same scootercar. Shuttles are available from many nearby hotels, including downtown’s Golden Nugget, for the approximately four-and-a-half-hour tours.
The red, three-wheeled vehicles zip Vegas’s pleasure-seeking monuments, through scenic vistas, making stops along the way at landmarks including the Bellagio, the Welcome to Las Vegas sign, and the Little White Wedding Chapel. Guests will also spot famous sites from their favorite television shows; tours include stops at Rick’s Restorations and the World Famous Gold & Silver Pawn Shop, two businesses made famous by History’s popular reality programming.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 1, 2016. Amount paid never expires. Limit 5 per person, may buy 5 additional as gifts. Reservation required 2 weeks in advance, credit card required for reservation, cards will not be charged. Subject to availability. 1 week cancellation notice required or fee up to Groupon price may apply. Must be 8 or older to ride, 21 or older with valid drivers license to drive. 400 lbs. combined weight max per car. Must be 6'4" or shorter. Valid for a tour for 2 people in the same scootercar. Promo codes not valid on this offer. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Scoot City Tours
Johnny Yeager originally ran a Las Vegas advertising and rental business. That changed after he saw the way people gawked at one of his company's bright red, three-wheeled scooters as it cruised through Red Rock Canyon. Beginning in 2008, Johnny experimented with using the little two-seater vehicles to ferry clients through tours of the Las Vegas landscape. Slowly, the visibility of the scooters along the Strip and at local attractions created a buzz among tourists. It wasn’t long before Johnny's advertising business had become a booming scooter tour service thanks to social media and a charismatic troupe of guides, all well-versed in the local hotspots and best ways of sneaking scooters into buffet lines. The little red scooters go on daily tours of the Strip and have also been joined by guided car- and van-borne excursions to Sedona and Red Rock Canyon.