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Bus has 24-hour pass for $5

Aug 5, 2003 2:59 AM

CAT (Citizens Area Transit), the Las Vegas area bus system, makes it a little easier and cheaper to get around town this month. Purchase a 24-hour pass from the driver on any bus route for only $5 and ride all day, anywhere you want to go. The passes are time-stamped to allow a full 24 hours of usage. You can also purchase the pass from the Downtown Transportation Center. The ride pass special is expected to run through the month of August. For further information, call CAT at 1-702-228-7433.

Trophy’s California-style eatery at Green Valley Ranch Station Casino (try saying that three times real fast) is now offering a new promotion called Wine Wednesdays. Purchase any dinner entrée on Wednesdays after 5 p.m. and get your favorite bottled vintage for 50 percent off. Trophy’s sports-themed restaurant is famous for signature Âí­salads, gourmet pizzas, hearty Âí­pastas and more.

The Plaza is currently offering its new matinee show, "Stars of the Strip" for free to seniors 55 years of age or older for a limited time. Regularly priced at $22.95, the show plays Tuesdays through Saturdays at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. There is no drink minimum.

Rampart Casino in Summerlin is now offering a Steak and Shrimp Special in the Promenade Café (coffee shop) available 24 hours a day for $9.99. Dinner includes: 9 oz. N.Y. Steak, eight breaded shrimp, choice of potato, vegetable of the day and a dinner salad.

Las Vegas paycheck cashers looking for a good deal will find one at Ellis Island. Now, when you cash your payroll check at EI, you’ll not only receive the customary free drink but also $10 in free table game money! This is NOT a match play! You don’t need to take any money out of your pocket to play it on any even money table game bet. Win and get back $20!

The Palms also continues Megabucks Fridays during August. Cash your paycheck at the Palms on Fridays and receive a free pull on a Megabucks machine where "One pull can change your life!" Free pull hours are 9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. The current jackpot at press time was around $13 million. Paycheck cashers at the Palms also get a drawing ticket for their "Hurricane of Cash" drawings.