600 S. Grand Central Parkway, Suite 350
Las Vegas, NV 89106
www.rtcsnv.comThe Strip has some of the best shows and entertainment in Las Vegas, including the Conservatory at the Bellagio. It also has some crazy traffic and dangerous snarls with cabs, buses and tourists, plus locals all jockeying for space. It therefore comes as no surprise that the RTC or Deuce are excellent alternatives to attempting to drive on Strip roads. The Deuce on the Strip is a line of double-decker buses that gives you the change to take a more scenic route. You can buy passes for 24 hours or by the week or month. If you want to make this a regular alternative, you may want to consider getting a Reduced Fare Card to save half the cost. Seniors aged 60+ should be prepared to show a medicare card and/or a valid driver’s license or photo ID (issued by the Department of Motor Vehicles). Passes are available online, at registered vendors or at select ticket vending machines.
The Mob Museum
300 Stewart Ave.
Las Vegas, NV 89101
www.themobmuseum.orgThe Mob Museum offers considerable discounts to locals and seniors. This interactive experience is a one-of-a-kind look at the mob connection that helped found Las Vegas. You’ll be fascinated by the electric chair, a piece of the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre wall, videos, vintage clothing displays, the stories of the Cosa Nostra and organized crime as well as the police officers who eventually caught and thwarted some of the most infamous crooks. A three-story experience in a real refurbished old courthouse, it could very well take you a good few hours to walk through it, especially if you come armed with a camera. If you show your wristband, you also receive a discount at nearby Jason’s Deli, the Downtown Grand or Pizza Rock (just tell ’em Bugsy sent you).
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Sunset Station, Boulder Station, Red Rock Resort, Texas Station, Green Valley Ranch
Senior Wednesdays at Station CasinosFiesta
Senior Tuesdays at The Fiestas
All locations have senior discounts for folks aged 50+ on movies, meals and more. With your Boarding Pass, you can participate in slot tournaments on Senior Tuesday or Wednesday (depending upon location) and can also enjoy $4 movie matinees. Select restaurants have half-point dining and you get deals on points earned on your card, too.
9090 Alta Drive
Las Vegas, NV 89145
www.suncoastcasino.comBoyd Gaming showcases seniors with its Young at Heart Senior Days at Suncoast Casino, where you can enjoy a free buffet lunch or dinner for 300 points earned on your gaming card. It also offers $4 matinee movies on Tuesdays, and on Thursday you can take in the Hit Parade Variety show free of charge.
12300 Las Vegas Blvd. S.
Henderson, NV 89044
www.themresort.comTuesday is Senior Rewards day when you join the 50+ Players Club at the M Resort. You can celebrate with 35-percent off Spa Mio Salon, enjoy half-price meals at Marinelli’s Italian restaurant or breakfast/lunch at Studio B when you use your players club points. There are also drawings Tuesday evenings for 50 winners for up to $1,000 in free slot play.
6533 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89119
www.texasdebrazil.comThis excellent steakhouse combines the cuisines of Texas and Brazil to give you the perfect fusions of flavor, presentation and variety in the menu. From a huge salad bar to carvers who visit your table with immense skewers of meat, there is something to satisfy both health-conscious diners and those who celebrate their inner carnivore. There is a senior citizens discount of 10-percent off regular or light dinner prices for up to eight seniors aged 65+ per table/reservation.