The train, starting with an introductory offer of $99 each way, allows passengers to get the party started from the moment they step on board. Over the five-hour journey, guests can relax in their train compartment, visit the lounge, sports-bar area, or the entertainment car, all with snacks and drinks included in the price of your ticket.
Once you're done for the weekend, take a Sunday train back to California, and ease your way back into the week. The X Train also offers special packages for Vegas weddings, business excursions and private parties.
The real question for Utahns is, now that Californians can visit Vegas without even having to pick a designated driver, what's it going to take for UTA to start something similar? Could an X Train North be in the works?