Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Las Vegas Bite Card. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
We had a great time. Everything went smoothly. You have to see it for yourself, words cannot describe it.
If you have transportation and can make it to the places listed it's a great deal. The one issue we had was the coaster at NYNY was closed due to weather so we lost out on one of the attractions. We got our money back after just a few uses so the more you use it the better the card is.
We used this to get discount on a number of things whilst in vegas, including the roller coaster at NewYork where we saved $14 alone, the minus 5 bar, Johnny Rockets, The Harley Davidson Café. We saved quite a bit, but it really depends on what you plan to do on your trip as to whether it is worth purchasing, but we found it ultimately saved us a few dollars
Easy to use. Wish there were more restaurants available for the card.
Offers have changed since I got one 2 years ago and believe it has been shrunk in regards to what is offered. You can easily make your money back on this though if you are in a group of 2 or more people as you only need one. Valid for an entire year and collection was made at the Miracle Mile shop in Planet Hollywood. Voucher was exchanged for a card and booklet which outlines what deals are valid with the bite card. The NY NY rollercoaster is good value (buy one get one free) ticket so if this is on your list - then get one. But otherwise a Great little card!
Great value for money. use it a couple of times and you`ll be quids in!!
Simon and Vanessa UK
The normal price was $35 per person, but found a deal on internet for $20 pp - but only really needed one card. But that $40 saved me over $150!! It's a bargain if you use it!
Pretty good deal, if you plan just a little and actually use it.
I recouped the price of the Bite Card easily in show tickets and discounted meals. The trick was to make ticket enquiries and then present the card. There are so many ticket deals on the streets from hustlers that you would need to know prices in advance to see if you were really getting a bargain. I did not see any reference to the Bite Card in any of the many booklets that are about in Vegas, but participating outlets certainly honoured it when it was presented.
The savings were pretty good, but we could have just bought one between two of us.
We got our money's worth out of the card, but there are plenty of free discount coupons to be found with most of the same offers.