Consumer Electronics Show To Bring 180,000 People To Vegas
With a stop right at the convention’s entrance and service to several hotel casinos on the Strip, it provides a good way to avoid traffic encountered in an Uber/Lyft or cab.
And for 2020, the LV Monorail is offering special rates for CES attendees.
A one-day pass – good for 24 hours – is $13. A two-day pass is $23 and the price drops significantly for more days: $25 for three days, $30 for four days, $38 for five days and, for those who are there quite a while, $49 for seven days.
To see the rates and to get advance tickets – which are not necessary – go to the Las Vegas Monorail’s website.
People can also can also now download their Monorail pass directly to their Android or iOS enabled smartphone. With just a few clicks, Monorail customers can now purchase and save tickets using their credit and debit cards or PayPal account and save into Google Pay or their Apple wallet.
Here is the monorail’s daily schedule; trains arrive every 4-8 minutes:
Monday: 7 am – 12 Midnight
Tuesday: 7 am – 2 am
Wednesday: 7 am – 2 am
Thursday: 7 am – 2 am
Friday: 7 am – 3 am
Saturday: 7 am – 3 am
Sunday: 7 am – 3 am
The stations are:
• Convention Center
More than 180,000 are expected at CES, which takes place Jan. 7-10. Services from apps – home-delivery has taken off the past year, for example – are expected to be a major trend for this year’s show.
Overall, CES is a gadget-lovers dream and most of the people at it are fans of electronics who can’t wait to see what’s coming to them in the future.