Sunday, June 30, 2013

Ride the Las Vegas Strip Bus

Las Vegas Deuce Bus
The Deuce and the SDX Strip and Downtown Express are the cheapest and easiest way to travel the Las Vegas Strip. The Las Vegas Strip is over four miles long, which makes walking difficult. Cabs are expensive. The monorail only travels one side of the strip and is more expensive than the Deuce. Make the most of your time and money in Las Vegas by buying a pass for the Deuce and SDX Express.      

What to Expect

It is easy to catch the Deuce or SDX Express. Easy-to-spot bus stops are located outside every major casino on both sides of Las Vegas Boulevard. The Deuce runs from the Four Seasons Hotel to Fremont Street. The SDX Express makes fewer stops and runs all the way from the South Strip Transfer Terminal to the Las Vegas Premium Outlets. Make sure to review route maps (links below) to know where each bus picks up and stops. The Deuce is a double-decker bus with "Deuce" clearly displayed while the SDX is a one level stretch bus. Unfortunately, the Deuce or SDX Express DO NOT stop at the Las Vegas airport. 

Deuce Ticket Kiosk
You can purchase tickets on board or at ticket kiosks at each stop. An $8 day pass allows you to hop-on and hop-off either bus as many times as you like in a 24 hour period. For $20 you can buy a three day pass. The buses do get crowded during peak hours, from midday to evening.

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