"... What does it cost, where can I buy it, how can I pay for it, how long does it take to get the pass? ...
... There are 4 versions of the Pass:
• The Red Pass:
Gives you access to all the museums and (open) tombs in the Luxor area, including (about 10-15 minutes) access to the tomb of Nefertari (QV66) and the tomb of Seti I (KV17) [KV17 ohne Zeit-Limit]
• The Blue Pass:
Same as above, but without access to Nefertari and Seti I tombs
• The Yellow Pass (For students only):
Gives you access to all the museums and (open) tombs in the Luxor area, including (about 10-15 minutes) access to the tomb of Nefertari (QV66) and the tomb of Seti I (KV17)
• The Green Pass (For Students Only):
Same as above, but without access to Nefertari and Seti I tombs.
All Luxor Passes have a validity of 5 CONSECUTIVE days.
What does the Luxor Pass cost:
The Red Pass: U$ 200,-
The Blue Pass: U$ 100,-
The Yellow Pass: U$ 100,-
The Green Pass: U$ 50,- ...
... To purchase a Luxor Pass, you will need a passport photograph and a photocopy of your passport details page. ...
... from the Public Relations Office in the Luxor Inspectorate, which is behind the Luxor Museum on the east bank of Luxor, behind the Museum. The office is open 9:00 am to 4:30 pm each day, Monday to Friday. ...
... In Cash only. Although the tickets are priced in US Dollars, Mr. Ahmed Khalifa told us, that they accept Euros too. The Red Pass (U$ 200,-) will cost you € 180,-. ... the following prices would apply (although these can be different, depending on the exchange rate $ - €):
The Red Pass: € 180,-
The Blue Pass: € 90,-
The Yellow Pass: € 90,-
The Green Pass: € 45,- ...
... The pass will be made on the spot, so it shouldn’t take more than a couple of minutes. ...
... You CANNOT pay in Egyptian Pounds or any other foreign currency. ... NO possibility to pay with Credit or Debit Card ...
... Students have to bring their University pass ..."