Discussion in 'Shows & Entertainment' started by john39, Sep 28, 2012.
Going next week, any discounts ?
Did you check:
I wanted a discount site that also showed my my
SEC. and SEAT number...BEST OF VEGAS is the only
one that does that...for most discounters, you take
your confirmation number to your Show's box office and THEN...
find out where you're sitting however...
BOV didn't offer a price much cheaper than Bally's box office,
so I just called them:
I suggest seats towards the back of Center Section C, ROWS G,H,J...reason,
they have folks on a catwalk above you about ROW F and in boxes Left 'n Right in front of
the stage. If you like to sit close (nothing wrong with that at JUBILEE...) but
you'll need to turn around and look up 'n back to see or the catwalk is right over your head
and you can't see anything...you decide.
JUBILEE is such a sight for the eyes, sitting towards the back lets you take in the entire image
of the stage and dancers...I LIKE THAT!
Thanks Gregio may just wait til I get there and charge to my room than pay with TR points (that is if you can charge tickets to the room at CET properties)
The LVA coupon book has a 2 for 1 coupon for the Jubilee show.
Do you need one of those ? Send me a PM .....
thanks for your offer but we are arriving Monday I did PM you
I purchased tickets for this show on Monday, September 24th. Bought them that evening at around 6pm for the 10pm show. The price was about $93 for 2 tickets from the Bally's Box office. Might not be the best price to be had, but I'm just glad we were able to get tickets. When we got to the theater, the usher took us to a row much closer to the stage, he said the entire row was empty.
I liked sitting closer to the stage, but I can understand Gregs suggestion of sitting further back. You have to decide if you want to be able to see it all at once, or if you want to feel like the show is going on around you.
The show itself was very good, and had some surprises in regards to the different acts. I thought it was going to be all dancing and chorus line type acts, but they had a couple of acrobatic routines in as well. My wife and I really enjoyed it.
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