Age pays off with these 21 senior discounts in Las Vegas

Age Pays Off With These 21 Senior Discounts In Las Vegas

Photo courtesy of Las Vegas Natural History Museum via Facebook.

By Aleza Freeman

March 18, 2024

If you’re a senior, you know there are advantages to getting older like wisdom, grandchildren, and retirement. But one of the bonus perks is the well-deserved senior discount, a special rate dedicated to those who have lived long enough to earn it.

In Las Vegas, seniors receive discounts on dining, hotel stays, movies, attractions, and more. You can even ride a Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC) bus for a reduced fare (60+).

From a day dedicated to seniors to a bucket list trip to the Hoover Dam, here’s a look at some of the best senior discounts in Las Vegas (not including national chains).

Senior days

Most of us don’t get a day in our honor except our birthday. As a senior in Las Vegas, on the other hand, you get a special day every week at some of the casino-resorts around town. Typically, all you have to do (besides live to be at least 50 years old), is join the property’s players club (for free).

Start the week off right at the South Point Hotel and Casino with specials for seniors on Mondays. As a senior, you can watch movies at Cinemark Century South Point all day for only $4 each. You also receive half-off dining and half-off Bingo, if you have enough points on your player’s club card.

On Mondays at Silverton Casino & Lodge, seniors get a free swipe for a chance to win up to $100 free slot play and Gold members get 50% off an entree at Mi Casa Grill Cantina, Su Casa Sushi Bar, Sundance Grill, or WuHu Noodle.

Age Pays Off With These 21 Senior Discounts In Las Vegas

Photo courtesy of Silverton Casino via Facebook.

Tuesday is the day at M Resort when seniors (50+) receive a $10 discount on food at any hotel restaurant and an exclusive chance to win $4,000 in slot play. You also receive 25% off spa services at Spa Mio on Mondays through Thursdays.

Boyd Gaming (Aliante, The Orleans, Gold Coast, Suncoast, Sam’s Town, Cannery, California, Fremont, Main Street) honors seniors on Tuesdays as well with an unlimited 10X points multiplier on slots and a free Bingo blue pack.

Seniors at Stations Casinos (Red Rock, Green Valley Ranch, Durango, Palace Station, Sunset, Boulder, and Santa Fe) are kind of a big deal. You get two days, Wednesdays and Thursdays, for special promotions. Wednesdays bring half-price dining (with points on your card) at most restaurants and $5 movie matinees. On Thursdays, you get 10X points on slots and video poker.

On Wednesdays at El Cortez Hotel & Casino in downtown Las Vegas, seniors receive 50% off a special menu at Siegel’s 1941. Named for former mobster Bugsy Siegel, this old-school eatery serves up steak, prime rib, and all your favorite comfort foods.

Hotel stays

Whether you’re a local booking a staycation or visiting Sin City from out of town, seniors can score a deal on room rates at many Las Vegas hotels. At Plaza Hotel & Casino in downtown Las Vegas, for instance, seniors get 15% off the room rate on weekends and 20% off on weekdays.

Age Pays Off With These 21 Senior Discounts In Las Vegas

Photo courtesy of Plaza Hotel and Casino via Instagram.

Here are some of the best discounts for seniors on room rates in Las Vegas:

  • Caesars Entertainment (Caesars Palace, Flamingo, Harrah’s, Horseshoe, NOBU Hotel, Paris Las Vegas, Planet Hollywood, The Cromwell, The LINQ Hotel): 30% off
  • MGM Resorts (Aria, Bellagio, Delano, Excalibur, Luxor, Mandalay Bay, MGM Grand, New York-New York, The Cosmopolitan, Park MGM, The Signature, Vdara): 5% off
  • The Strat Hotel, Casino & Tower: 10% off

Senior discounts on room rates are typically applied when you book directly through the hotel. If you have any questions, contact the hotel directly.

Even if your hotel of choice isn’t on this list, don’t be afraid to ask about discounts. You never know!

Things to do

Another perk for senior citizens is the opportunity to explore some of the best attractions in Las Vegas for less, including museums, exhibits, aquariums, and a famous dam.

If you’re 65+, head to the Luxor Las Vegas. Here you can learn the stories behind the infamous Titanic shipwreck at Titanic: The Artifact Exhibit. You can also see inside the human body at Bodies … The Exhibition. Both exhibits offer $2 off the ticket price.

Seniors 65+ also receive $2 off admission at the Shark Reef Aquarium at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, where you can spend the day with sharks, stingrays, and other sea creatures.

Fans of the royal family will love the Princess Diana Exhibit at the Shops at Crystals, featuring a large collection of Diana’s authentic evening gowns and her wedding dress as well as 700 artifacts. And if you’re 55+, you’ll receive $4 off your ticket.

At the Neon Museum in downtown Las Vegas, you can explore a neon sign graveyard and learn the history behind some of the city’s most famous signs for $5 off (65+).

Also in downtown Las Vegas, the Las Vegas Natural History Museum is fun for the whole family with educational exhibits and hands-on activities. Plus, seniors (55+) get $2 off admission.

Seniors will receive a discount by request at the Springs Preserve, which is known as the birthplace of Las Vegas. Owned and operated by the Las Vegas Valley Water District, the 180-acre preserve has nature walks, museum exhibits, a botanical garden and more.

The National Atomic Testing Museum tells the story of nuclear testing at Nevada Test Site. Here you’ll see rare artifacts including many pop culture items and a large nuclear reactor. If you’re 65+ you can check it out for $2 off the ticket price.

Located 7 miles from Boulder City, the Hoover Dam is a feat of engineering on the Colorado River which impounds the waters of Lake Mead and provides power to Nevada, Arizona and California. Seniors (62+) receive $3 off a powerplant tour through the dam’s original construction tunnels.

This article first appeared on Good Info News Wire and is republished here under a Creative Commons license.Age pays off with these 21 senior discounts in Las VegasAge pays off with these 21 senior discounts in Las Vegas

  • Aleza Freeman

    Aleza Freeman is a Las Vegas native and award-winning journalist with two decades of experience writing and editing lifestyle, travel, entertainment, and human interest stories in Nevada. Her work has appeared in AARP magazine, Haute Living and Nevada Magazine.

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