There are all kinds of senior discounts available everywhere, but the specifics may differ depending on what state and place you are in. In Las Vegas, senior discounts are so common that you can avail of them as soon as you turn 50 years old.
The entertainment capital of the world naturally has casino days specifically set for senior citizens who want to gamble. These even come with a number of other perks. Silverton Casino, for example, hosts Senior Mondays that include discounted buffet prices and prize drawings for seniors.
Orleans Casino has a Young at Heart program on Wednesdays, where those aged 50 and up can get free meals at the buffet, more cash drawings, and reap certain advantages on games.
M Resort has their own version of this called Timeless Tuesdays, which is a 50+ Players Club. On Tuesdays, you can get half off your lunch and dinner at Marinelli’s Italian Restaurant, or half off your breakfast at Burgers and Brews. You can also get 35% off the spa and salon services, and wait for their drawings every 6:00 for 20 winners. The top prize is $700 worth of free play.
If you are into more laidback entertainment, the Mirage has Senior Sundays at Siegfried & Roy’s Secret Garden where you can observe dolphins, tigers, leopards, and lions. You have to be at least 60 to get a buy one get one offer.
For transportation, the Regional Transportation Commission (RTC) offers discounted fares for individuals aged 60 and up. You can claim a discount card, which will definitely come in handy if you intend on using RTC transportation throughout your stay in Las Vegas.
Many Vegas visitors advise that you inquire about senior discounts when you arrive at an establishment as they may not always be clearly advertised.
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Elizabeth Kogut works as the editorial head of Senior Strong. Armed with her degree in Nursing from the University of Missouri, Elizabeth ensures that all the site’s content is relevant to seniors today.