There’s usually so much to do in Las Vegas, it all can be a little overwhelming. As of now, most things are open again, so if you are ready to get out and about, why not save some money? Paying individual prices to go to Vegas water parks, museums, attractions, sporting events, and other entertainment venues can really add up.
With the Las Vegas POGO Pass, you can pay one low price and get FREE entry to multiple entertainment venues for an entire year. And POGO Pass has offered Vegas Living on the Cheap readers an exclusive 20% discount on their passes!
How the Las Vegas POGO Pass Works
Purchase your Las Vegas POGO Passes from this link, note that each person will need his or her own pass. Enter the promo code VEGASCHEAP to get a 20% discount on your passes. (If you use my links here, it should say Affliliate Discount Applied- $39.98 at checkout. If it doesn’t, go back and type the code in manually.)
Instructions on your Pogo Pass will arrive via email immediately after your purchase.
There are two ways to use your POGO Pass:
- Download the POGO Pass app and show your pass at any participating venue for FREE admission.
- Print your passes from your POGO Pass account. Your passes will be scanned at the site for FREE admission.
Purchase a Pass to give, then they can redeem the pass whenever they are ready. When you purchase a Gift Card to give, you receive a code to purchase the pass, so it expires 365 days from when you redeem the code.
If you’re planning to travel, you can also use the code VEGASCHEAP to get a discount on POGO Passes for FREE entertainment in Dallas, Austin, San Antonio, Kansas City, and Phoenix.
Las Vegas POGO Pass Venues
There are currently several Las Vegas entertainment venues that are accepting the POGO Pass, and more are being added periodically. If new sites are added before the expiration date on your Pass, you will be able to use your Pass at the new venues, as well. Some organizations offer one FREE admission per year; others offer multiple FREE visits.
Here are the participating venues as of December 2021. Make sure you click on the Las Vegas POGO Pass link every so often to see if new sites have been added. Please check each link before you go, as re-opening has changed many hours/days and entrance options.
Cowabunga Bay Water Park (1 visit)
Discovery Children’s Museum (1 visit)
SeaQuest Interactive Aquarium (1 visit)
Las Vegas Aviators (2 games)
Uptown Jungle (2 visits)
Las Vegas Mini Grand Prix (2 visits)
Battle Blast Laser Tag (1 visit)
Trampoline Park Las Vegas (1 visit)
Bouncy World Indoor Bounce Playland (1 visit)
Nevada Climbing Centers (3 visits)
Lost Worlds Myth & Magic (1 visit)
Rex Center (2 visits)
Gold Coast Hotel & Casino (1 game/month)
The Orleans (1 game/month)
Suncoast Hotel & Casino (1 game/month)
Sam’s Town (1 game/month)
Each pass is individualized with the name of the pass holder, the expiration date of the pass, and a unique bar code for tracking and use. The pass is non-transferable, and can only be used by the original pass holder.
Some venues may also impose restrictions on hours during which they’ll accept the POGO Pass. So click on the Las Vegas POGO Pass link, and then on the venue, and read the fine print before making plans. It could be a great way to spend what’s left of Summer break or used as gifts.
You can see that we have many different options here in Las Vegas for cheap and discount entertainment using the POGO pass. If you visit Cowabunga Bay once, it’s paid for. Maybe you and your family like to bowl? You can bowl every week all year by heading to the different casinos listed for bowling. Add a couple Aviators games, a trip to the Springs Preserve and the Discovery Children’s Museum and you’ve saved quite a bit. That’s the great thing about the pass, you have a full year to use it (from purchase date), but even if you don’t do it all, you’ve no doubt saved some dough and had some fun in the process. It’s a win, win!
Again, please check the links to be certain that the venue you are planning to use is currently open. Many venues have changed operations recently as well, and reservations may be needed.