Book Bus Tickets from

Las Vegas to Los Angeles

Mon, Jan 23
Tue, Jan 24
$20
Wed, Jan 25
$17
Thu, Jan 26
$11
Fri, Jan 27
$19
Sat, Jan 28
$16
Sun, Jan 29
$19
Mon, Jan 30
$18
Tue, Jan 31
$13
Wed, Feb 1
$12
Thu, Feb 2
$11
Fri, Feb 3
$14
Sat, Feb 4
$14
Sun, Feb 5
$18

Why book on Wanderu?

  • Lowest Prices
  • $0 Wanderu Fees
  • The Most Options

On Wanderu, you’ll find the best price on bus tickets from Las Vegas to Los Angeles. For a low price, travel to the city that is home to all your favorite celebrities, theme parks, and amazing weather. You can find the best prices on bus tickets from Las Vegas to Los Angeles by browsing through different departure dates and times from major bus lines, like Megabus, Greyhound, and Boltbus.

 

Depart Las Vegas from Plaza Hotel & Casino BoltBus Stop, California Casino and Hotel Boltbus Las Vegas Stop, RTC South Strip Transfer Terminal and arrive in Los Angeles at 4555 E 3rd St & S McDonnell Ave E Los Angeles Stop, The Westin Los Angeles Airport Lux Bus Stop, and 10413 Laurel Canyon Blvd Pacoima Los Angeles Stop. When reserving your bus tickets on Wanderu, you’ll have no problem finding the best drop-off location and time.


Traveling from Las Vegas to Los Angeles by bus.

How far is Las Vegas from Los Angeles by bus?

On average a bus trip to Los Angeles takes 5 hours and 54 minutes. BoltBus has the fastest advertised travel time of 4 hours and 52 minutes to get from Las Vegas to Los Angeles.

How many daily bus trips are there from Las Vegas to Los Angeles?

On average there are 27 bus trips per day. Greyhound has the most options for departures from Las Vegas to Los Angeles, with an average of nine trips per day, and 270 monthly trips.

When is the best time to buy a bus ticket from Las Vegas to Los Angeles?

Based on the last 30 days, the cheapest average bus fares from Las Vegas to Los Angeles were $21.50. By booking 31 days out, tickets are, on average $34.97 cheaper than those that are booked last minute.

 

What is the average cost of a bus trip from Las Vegas to Los Angeles?

A bus trip between Las Vegas and Los Angeles averages $58.75.

The cheapest day of the week to travel by bus from Las Vegas to Los Angeles is Tuesday, when prices typically start at $5.00 for bus tickets on this route.

Generally, traveling on a Saturday will have the highest average price because of high demand. By booking early or comparing different lines and brands, you still may find a deal, with prices starting at $14.00.

The busiest time of the week for travel from Las Vegas to Los Angeles by bus is at 8 pm on Sunday. When planning to travel around this time tickets should be booked well in advance as they may sell out.

11 pm on Wednesday is the least busiest bus schedule on this route. Traveling at this time you are most likely to be on a bus that has less passengers.

 

What is the main bus station in Las Vegas?

Seven stations have bus departures from Las Vegas. California Hotel & Casino - 12 E Ogden Ave, Harrah's Hotel & Casino - 3475 S Las Vegas Blvd, 6675 Gillespie St, 99 S Martin L King Blvd, Greyhound Station - 200 S Main St, 500 S 1st St and South Strip Transfer Terminal are the main bus stations for trips departing to Los Angeles.

 

What is the main arriving bus station in Los Angeles?

Bus trips arrive in Los Angeles at eight stations, depending on which bus line you are traveling with. Union Station is the main bus station in Los Angeles for trips arriving from Las Vegas.

 

Do bus carriers that serve the Las Vegas to Los Angeles route offer WIFI and power outlets?

All bus lines that have service on this route offer WIFI and power outlets.

 


Our Travel Options

When reserving your trip with Wanderu, you'll find low prices on buses across the world! If you need to get to your destination in a hurry, then we have plenty of options. Reserve your seat on a train from Las Vegas to Los Angeles and bypass traffic on the way to your next destination.


Tufesa International is a premiere bus company operating in the U.S. and Mexico. Tufesa bus routes cover California, Nevada, Arizona, Sonora, Baja California, Sinaloa and Jalisco.

BoltBus serves major cities in the northeastern and northwestern US. It has new buses, outlets and extra legroom. What about $1 tickets? Yup! Those too! See the BoltBus Coupon guide.

Megabus is an intercity bus service providing clean, and dependable rides to major cities in the USA. Heard about MegaBus $1 tickets? Read about them and Megabus discounts now.

Greyhound Bus Lines is the largest bus carrier in the US. Spanning all the way from the East Coast to the West Coast, they cover over 1000 cities all over the United States.

Amtrak is USA's premier train carrier. Serving both the coasts as well as taking travelers from east to west and back, amtrak is both a convenient and comfortable way to travel.

Lux Bus America features luxurious buses and serves LA, Vegas, Anaheim, and San Diego routes. Complimentary snacks and drinks are served by an onboard attendant.