If you are local to Las Vegas, Nevada, be sure to whip out that driver’s license everywhere you go, as the city offers resident discounts in every category, from shopping to dining, hotels, attractions and shows. We'’ve detailed a comprehensive list of where that Nevada state ID can come in handy and —you never know when you might be able to save a few bucks! Note that these deals aren't always available, this is a general guide.
Las Vegas Locals Discounts on Shows and Entertainment
There are some things in Vegas you simply must do: see the Mirage Volcano errupt, the Bellagio fountain show and experience a Cirque du Soliel show--it's a must, and fortunately discount show tickets are available for Vegas locals to most Cirque shows.
Dance enthusiasts and casual fans alike will find plenty to love in this high-tech mix of stunning hip-hop influenced choreography, special effects, and the group's trademark flair at MGM Grand Las Vegas. Voted 'Best Family Show' and 'Best All Ages Show? for three years in a row, Jabbawockeez is modern dance at its most fun and most accessible. Las Vegas locals enjoy discounted Jabbawockeez tickets as well as preferred seating from time to time.
Every Tuesday, locals get 50-percent off High Roller tickets at the LINQ. Plus, any Clark County residents can nab any one High Roller ticket anytime for more than half off with a valid ID. Good news for families: kids 12 and under ride free.
Shark Reef is always free for kiddos four and under, but nevada residents of any age can save up to $6 with their Nevada ID at the box office.
Nevada residents save up to 50-percent off of Blue Man Group tickets. You can order online and show your Nevada ID when getting the tickets at Will Call.
Adventuredome is the country’'s largest theme park, but only Nevada residents save $2 any ride pass just for being local. Note, restrictions apply to all-day tickets Monday through Friday. Show your Nevada ID at the ticket booth for your discount. Need more savings? Check out a boat load of Adventuredome discounts.
Want to feel like a real-life Superman? This zipline experience on the Strip is a must for adrenaline junkies. Nevada residents get 50-percent off seated or superhero ziplining, day or night at Fly LINQ.
Enjoy two-for-one tickets at the Eiffel Tower Experience at Paris Las Vegas. If you’re staying for lunch or dinner, take $5 off at Burger Brasserie with a Nevada ID.
Tournament of Kings takes visitors back to Medieval times for an exciting show. Locals can enjoy the action at Excalibur for 20-percent off. If mom is looking for some fun while dad takes the kids to the show, adults receive buy-one-get one tickets to the Thunder from Down Under show at Excalibur.
The Mob Museum
Local Nevada residents get about $10 off of admission, whether it’s a deluxe pass or single day ticket. Even better, Nevada kiddos 10 and under can learn about all of the Mob Museum crime and law enforcement exhibits free of charge.
Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art
Every Wednesday is Las Vegas Locals night (5 to 8 p.m.) at BFGA, and Nevada residents enjoy a small discount on price of entry.
Las Vegas Monorail
Nevada residents save big on the Las Vegas Monorail and can ride for $1 up to two single-ride tickets a day. Present your Nevada ID to the attendant at any of the Monorail customer ticketing offices.
The Deuce and Strip Downtown
Since the Deuce and Strip Downtown busses are considered premium routes, out-of-towners pay a hike in fees. Nevada residents, however, can ride these specialized routes for the same fare as residential routes. Make sure to present your ID if you use this kind of ticket.
Deals on Meals
Take advantage of a two-for-one lunch buffet at Paradise Garden. Carlos & Charlie’s is also 20-percent off.
Enjoy buy-one-get-one lunch at Hash Hash A Go Go.
Most restaurants at Mirage are 20-percent off for diners with a Nevada ID.
Mom and dad get 50-percent off beers at The Bub during happy hour and every Sunday. For dinner, Brand Steakhouse and Andre’s Restaurant & Lounge give locals 20-percent off.
Locals get 20-percent off at the Spice Market Buffet.
Tropicana Las Vegas
This Penn Gaming resort offers 25-percent off at all of its restaurants for locals, and Gold and Platinum players enjoy 50-percent off.
Nevada residents receive a $75 resort credit on hotel rooms at Aria.
Locals enjoy 20-percent off hotel rooms at Mandalay Bay and can find happy hour specials at all of the casino’s restaurants. If you’re eating at Border Grill during your stay, Nevada residents get 15-percent off.
All rooms are 20-percent off for Nevada residents at MGM Grand, including The Signature. If you’'re looking for food and entertainment during your stay, locals enjoy discounted Jabbawockeez tickets and revolving happy-hour specials. You’'ll also get priority seating and a complimentary dessert as a part of the hotel’s “Compliments of the Chef” program.
Locals can enjoy up to 30-percent off of hotel rates at Stratosphere, along with buy-one-get-one free at the buffet. Nevada residents also get a discount on tower entry, sky jump, and an all-day thrill ride pass.
Harrah’s Las Vegas
Enjoy a free upgrade to VIP status and unlimited VIP seating at Flavors Buffet.
Rio Las Vegas
Locals get 25-percent off Carnival World Buffet, and Diamond and Seven Stars players enjoy 50-percent off at the buffet. Locals also enjoy 25-percent off at all Rio bars and 20-percent off the Voodoo zipline at Rio. If you want to do some shopping while you’re there, visit Rio’s website for a 25-percent off coupon for the Logo Gift Shop, Masquerade Gift Shop, Pool Shop, or Rio Pavilion Florist.
Rooms for locals are 20-percent off at Luxor.
Spa and Massage Discounts
Avalon Day Spa Discounts
Get up to 51% off at Avalon Day Spa. Located on West Flamingo Road, Avalon Day Spa offers trained technicians who use specialty waxes to remove unwanted hair from the eyebrows and upper lip area, helping their clients obtain a well-groomed, attractive look. What's more, they offer a selection of massages, such as a Swedish massage with long, gentle strokes and deep circular movements that rejuvenate, relax, and energize. Or they might give a deep-tissue massage, which employs more forceful and deeper techniques aimed mainly at healing injured muscles.
30% Off The Spa at Trump Hotel
The Spa at Trump and its nine treatment rooms act as a relaxing oasis against the hustle and bustle of the Las Vegas Strip. Within these oases of calm at the Trump International Hotel, seasoned aestheticians and therapists go about their business: bestowing personal care and attention upon clients through massages, facials, and body treatments.
55% Off Fabulous Eyebrow Threading
Located at Villas at Centennial, Fabulous Eyebrow Threading?s staff members enlist the historically significant practice to accentuate the faces of their clients. They snag and remove entire lines of eyebrow or lip hair with one swift tug, making threading more precise but less painful than tweezing or poking each hair until it is so annoyed that it uproots itself and leaves. They can also use soft wax on faces and bodies if patrons prefer it, and can embellish or refresh newly groomed visages with lash extensions and facials.
57% Off Mutao Wellness Spa
At Mutao Wellness Spa a group of dedicated staff works together with the goal of totally pampering their patrons. They offer deeply relaxing massage services in the East inspired interior. Come and join happy, satisfied visitors of this spa facility.
73% Off Lash Vegas LV
Individually applied extensions can add length, volume, and curl to existing eyelashes; eyebrow extensions help create a more defined look.
38% Off Aveda Institute Las Vegas
At Aveda Institute Las Vegas, owner and educator John Gronvall preaches social responsibility to the licensed instructors and students he oversees. Gronvalls's curriculum also covers the history of Aveda, which was founded by environmentalist Horst M. Rechelbacher. Promoting the founder's vision of living in sync with nature, Gronvall encourages burgeoning cosmetologists and aestheticians to use botanically based formulas for hair and skin.
41% Off The Spa at Harrah?s Las Vegas
Between slot machines and magic shows, Las Vegas-goers can soothe away their stress at The Spa at Harrah?s Las Vegas. Located on the fourth floor of the Carnaval/Valley Tower on the center of the Strip, the spa is in the perfect position to allow spa-goers to escape the hustle-and-bustle of the city and melt away stress in the steam room or with a full body massage. Their top-notch treatments include pampering packages, manicures, facials, and more and, if after all that relaxation, guests want to work up some endorphins on their own, they can hit the cardio equipment or weights to work up a sweat before soaking their muscles in the whirlpool.