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3 Mlife attractions for $57

Discussion in 'Las Vegas for the Frugal (not Cheap)' started by sco5123, Nov 11, 2013.

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  1. sco5123

    sco5123 VIP Whale

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  2. Shades

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    Might just have to put this one to use. Thanks!

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  3. jon95616

    jon95616 Low-Roller

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    Done all of them except the Score one.

    57 for 3 is a good deal.
     
  4. Sklem211

    Sklem211 High-Roller

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    I used this when I wanted to see the luxor exhibits for the first time. Now I end up doing it every time I go with a Vegas virgin
     
  5. biggied9d

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    Which ones would you recommend?
     
  6. markmetin

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    Titanic at Luxor is fascinating, but more than a little sobering. Last time I went was right after getting my ass kicked at the craps table, and it sure put my meager bad luck into proper perspective. I read somewhere that the whole thing is for sale ($170 million!) so see it soon before it ends up in some whale’s private exhibit.

    Roller coaster at NYNY is a blast, but last time I hurt my neck doing that weird barrel roll thing and it put a damper on the rest of the trip – must be getting too old for these things.

    Cheers and good luck!
     
  7. Thickskinnedalive

    Thickskinnedalive Low-Roller

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    Thank you for the heads up. Been wanting to do the Bodies exhibit but always find other things and keep missing it. Might as well cash some MyVegas LP for a Mandalay Bay lunch and make a day if it.
     
  8. aashleyjc

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    Bodies (but not for the squeamish)

    Titanic (my favorite!)

    Roller Coaster or Shark Reef
     
  9. jon95616

    jon95616 Low-Roller

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    Titanic is a must see. Very well put together exhibit.

    Shark Reef is good and what you would expect if you like zoos/aquariums.

    Bodies if you are interested in medical stuff.

    Skip CSI, barely worth the time and I like those type of shows.
     
  10. Starz22

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    I went to Titanic and was kinda bummed. After going through Titanic in Orlando,the one in Vegas was a let down. In Orlando,they had people dressed for that time and gave an impressive walk through from the start of the ship to it's demise. You could take pictures of anything you wanted. After the tour ended...you were free to go back and spend as much time as you wanted to. In Vegas...you could not take pictures.....they took pictures of you at the entrance and on the " grand staircase" that you would be charged for if you wanted a copy. They also charged you for a headset that would tell you about what you were looking at...no guided tour.If you didn't pay for the headset you were SOL.
     
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