Important Note: With a few exceptions, such as the Bacchanal Buffet, many Las Vegas Strip buffets are still closed because of the Covid-19 pandemic, so The Buffet of Buffets pass is not currently available. We will update this page when it can be purchased again.
Attention buffet lovers. If you ever wanted to try a bunch of Vegas buffets during your trip, this offer is for you! The Buffet of Buffets Pass is available at the following participating Vegas buffets:
Rio: Carnival World and Seafood Buffet (requires $25 upgrade)
Pass prices starts at $69.99 plus tax per person and are valid for a 24-hour period from when you initially purchase it. The Bacchanal at Caesars Palace and the Rio seafood buffet require an upgrade listed above, but in our opinion, it is well worth it (Bacchanal is one of our favorite Vegas buffets). Weekend prices are $79.99 ($99.99 on holidays). It is good for as many visits as you like during buffet business hours within that 24-hour period.
You will be given a special wristband for entry, or you can use your Total Rewards card with photo ID if you are a member. Total Rewards Members can purchase the buffet of buffets pass for a reduced price of $59.99 weekdays and $69.99 on weekends.
Passes can be purchased at participating Total Rewards Centers, or just go to the cashier stands at any of the participating buffets to buy them. Caesars may offer a free buffet of buffet pass when you book a room, but it is subject to availability and seasonal. Las Vegas Direct also offers great hotel buffet deals.
Buffet of Buffet customers must still wait in the regular buffet lines which can be long. However, you can also purchase an Express Line Pass to enter through the VIP entrances. Express line passes are only available for a single buffet location.
Only food and non-alcoholic drinks are included in the program. Sorry, but kids don’t get any discounts.
Buffet of Buffet Pass Tips: If you purchase a pass just before dinner, it will be good for a full 24 hours, giving you two dinner buffets, which is a good deal.
In order to avoid long waiting times, try going during off-days and hours. Monday-Thursday will be less busy. Go towards the end of lunch, like before 3 pm. This also lets you take advantage of sampling both lunch and dinner items if you stay long enough as they switch over the buffet. Likewise, you can go for a late breakfast (10 am) and enjoy lunch items once they change to it.
Pace yourself! We tried the pass, but could barely get in three buffets in the 24 hours because we “over did it” at the start. You can always go back to a buffet you like later to try more items you really enjoy. Go for small samples at the different buffet so you can experience as many items as possible. Do some research first, such as reading online buffet reviews about the different buffets so you know what items to try first and perhaps which ones to avoid.