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Military Discounts in Las Vegas – On Attractions & Things To Do!

Although Las Vegas isn’t as cheap as it’s always been, many shows, attractions, and things to do offer a military discount to both active military members and veterans.

I figured it’d be helpful to point out which attractions offer a discount to veterans and those currently serving, because quite frankly, you’ve earned it.

The motivation to put something like this together is the amount of “fluff” out there on the internet with BS deals, deals that are long gone, etc. – An accurate resource was much needed.

Related: Vegas Hotels with a Military Discount.

Attractions on the Strip

HyperX Esports Arena at Luxor: Luxor’s Esports arena offers gaming (the video game kind of gaming) by the hour for a set price ($15 for 1 hour, $25 for 2 hours, etc) and offers a military discount of 15%.

Large LED video screen at the arena
A view of the stage at Luxor’s Esports Arena

Bodies… The Exhibition at Luxor: Bodies leverages 13 whole-body specimens and 260+ partial body specimens to provide a look under the hood of the human body. They also offer a $7 military discount, which is redeemable at the box office.

See my full Review of Bodies at Luxor!

A body specimen that shows internal organs and muscles from the legs up to the head.

Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition at Luxor: Another educational attraction at Luxor, Titanic offers a $7 military discount at the box office.

See Also: Review of the Titanic Artifact Exhibit in Las Vegas.

A large section of titanic's hull hangs vertically from the ceiling.

Big Apple Coaster at NYNY: Sending riders twisting, turning, diving, and even upside-down, the rooftop coaster at New York New York is plenty thrilling. Adding to the allure is the $5 discount available to members of the military redeemable at the box office.

Customers with a Military ID can buy up to 4 tickets.

Big Apple Coaster at NYNY Las Vegas
Courtesy of MGM Resorts

Adventuredome at Circus Circus: On the topic of rides, Circus Circus’ indoor theme park offers a military discount of $2 per person when purchasing tickets in person.

See Also: Review of The Adventuredome at Circus Circus.

A circular swing ride that spins riders in a circle slowly.

Princess Diana Las Vegas: Members of the military can explore artifacts from the life of Princess Diana at a $4 discount. The attraction is located in Crystals, which is in front of Aria.

Take a look inside the Princess Diana Exhibition!

Exterior Rendering of the Princess Diana Exhibit
Courtesy of “Princess Diana A Tribute Exhibition

Topgolf behind MGM Grand: You’ve likely heard of Topgolf before, but the version in Vegas is next level. Multiple bars, video poker, hundreds of screens, a two-level pool, and… oh yea… golf, are sure to keep you busy.

As part of their “Heroes Program”, Topgolf offers a 10% military discount on gameplay.

A typical hitting bay at Topgolf
TopGolf Las Vegas has hitting bays on 4 levels. The higher you go, the more it costs.

Dive In Movies at Cosmopolitan: During the summer, Cosmo screens hit movies on their Boulevard Pool deck. While admission typically costs $15 for non-hotel guests, members of the military can get in for free with a Military ID.

Boulevard pool at Cosmopolitan
Photo Courtesy of Cosmopolitan Las Vegas

Eiffel Tower Experience at Paris: Climb to the top of Paris’ replica Eiffel Tower and take in one-of-a-kind views of the Strip below. The Eiffel Tower Experience offers a 20% military discount which is redeemable in person at the box office.

Eiffel Tower Viewing Deck with fencing surrounding it

Madame Tussauds at Venetian: The attraction dedicated to presenting life-like wax figurines of celebrities and politicians offers a military discount that amounts to $10 off standard admission.

Jimi Hendrix playing the guitar in the background, with a female wax figure in the foreground.
It’s Wax – Courtesy of Madame Tussauds

Real Bodies at Horseshoe: An attraction similar to Bodies at Luxor, Real Bodies also leverages human cadavers to explain the inner workings of the body. A military discount of $2 per ticket is offered in person at the box office.

I recently stopped in – See my Real Bodies Review!

A whole body speciman running with a football.

STRAT’s SkyPod: Members of the military can score a significant 50% discount on tickets to STRAT’s SkyPod Observation Deck – Which is a great value without the offer in my opinion.

Resorts on the Strip to the south of STRAT
The view from STRAT’s Observation Deck

Grimaldi’s: The coal-fired oven pizzeria offers veterans and members of the military 15% off their check, any day of the year.

Grimaldi's exterior in the Grand Canal Shoppes.

Attractions on Fremont Street

Neon Museum: A short distance from the Fremont Street Experience, the Neon Museum provides a military discount of $4-$5 dollars depending on the tour you select.

I’d personally recommend their “Brilliant! Jackpot” display, which illuminates the historic signs in the boneyard at night with projection technology.

I recently stopped by to see the show – See my Brilliant! Jackpot Review!

A sign depicting a cowboy with a handlebar moustache with the letters STAR in the background.
Brilliant! Jackpot at the Neon Museum

Mob Museum: A military discount is available both online and at the box office, good for $2 any ticket.

Mob Museum Las Vegas
Mob Museum Las Vegas

While the Mob Museum, which is focused on the story of organized crime & law enforcement is an awesome experience, ensure you save some time to visit their Underground Speakeasy!

Green door marking the entrance to the Underground Speakeasy
Find this door, and you’ve found the entrance.

Off-Strip Attractions

Atomic Museum: An attraction that may have additional appeal to members of the armed forces, the Atomic Museum details the development and testing of nuclear technology in the United States. A $2 discount is offered to members of the military.

I recently stopped by – See my Review of the National Atomic Testing Museum!

A large green oval shaped bomb with a square fin on the tail end designed to look like Fat Man.
Fat Man recreation

Popstroke: Found south of the Strip in Town Square, Popstroke offers an $8 discount to members of the military.

Unlike other mini-golf courses in town, Popstroke looks and feels like a real course.

A mini golf course in Scottsdale that closeley resembles a real golf course.
PopStroke Scottsdale – Courtesy of PopStroke

Natural History Museum: Located a 5-minute Uber/Lyft from Fremont Street, The Natural History Museum aims to educate visitors on life forms past and present.

Inside, you’ll find exhibits dedicated to ancient Egypt, marine life, dinosaurs, and more.

Members of the military save $2 on tickets with a valid ID.

I recently stopped by – See my Review of the Natural History Museum.

Two stuffed lions take down a horned animal in a staged scene.

The Old Mormon Fort: Located next door to the Natural History Museum, The Old Mormon Fort offers a $1 discount to veterans and members of the military, reducing the cost from $3 to $2.

The fort is a historic site that was established by Mormon missionaries in 1855 and served as an important rest stop for travelers.

I recently visited the Old Mormon Fort and found the indoor museum, outdoor fort recreation, and Adobe building (the oldest still-standing building in NV) fascinating.

A guard tower rises above the walls in the corner of the fort.

The Punk Rock Museum: Located a short drive from the Strip, The Punk Rock Museum is home to thousands of authentic artifacts that help tell the story of the musical genre.

In addition to museum-like displays, the museum is also home to a bar, tattoo shop, and a jam room which allows visitors to get hands-on with band-used instruments.

Members of the military can save $3 by taking advantage of the Punk Rock Museum’s military discount.

I recently stopped in – See my Punk Rock Museum Review!

A room stocked with artifacts and posters/pictures cover the walls. A TV also plays concert clips.

Hopefully, I was able to help you a worthy itinerary item or two in Las Vegas that offers a military discount.

Thank you for all you do, and have done! Have a great time visiting Las Vegas and I hope you win BIG!

See Also: Check out these free activities in Las Vegas, as well as kid-friendly things to do!

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