Best Deal On ILCT Show Passes, Hotel Rooms Expire Friday

Lexi Tucker
Posted on February 14, 2018

LAS VEGAS, Nev. — The International Luxury Coach & Transportation Show, held March 11-14 at Mandalay Bay resort and casino, is already an incredible value for your buck, but why pay more than you have to? You can get your full show pass for $385 ($350 if you're an NLA member!) until Friday, Feb. 16.

Your full show pass includes all seminars, keynotes, parties, lunches, and gives you access to the exhibit hall (the LCT Magazine Awards Celebration is an additional fee. Suppliers do not qualify).

Also available is the Monday or Tuesday pass for $195 ($175 if you're an NLA member), which includes all seminars, keynotes, parties, lunches, and the exhibit hall on the day you choose to attend

An exhibit hall only pass is available for Wednesday for $50.

Special discount rates for the LCT block at Mandalay Bay will also go up if you haven't already booked your room. The Delano Hotel is located on the same property as the International Luxury Coach and Transportation Show. The Mandalay Bay Convention Center is just a short walk from the Delano Hotel rooms. They are located on the same property and you do not have to go outside.

Don't wait, as the deadline will NOT be extended.

Purchase your pass here

Book your room here

More Show information here

Related Topics: casinos, hotels, industry education, industry events, Las Vegas, LCT Show, limo tradeshows, Mandalay Bay, National Limousine Association, NLA, tradeshows

Lexi Tucker Associate Editor
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