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%.
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.
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.
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.
Marvel Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N at TI: A military discount of $20 off per ticket is available when purchasing at the box office. Inside, you’ll find a “Deep dive into the Marvel Cinematic Universe”, complete with props, character stories, and more.
I recently visited – See my Marvel Avengers STATION review!
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!
Mob Museum: A military discount is available both online and at the box office, good for $2 any ticket.
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!
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!
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.
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.
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!
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!
I’m a former software salesman turned Vegas aficionado. While the craps table is my preferred habitat, I pull myself away to explore new attractions, shows, restaurants, and outdoor activities around Las Vegas with the intent of sharing my experiences.
Ultimately, I just want to help folks plan a better trip and save a few bucks in the process.