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Best time to buy tickets

Discussion in 'Shows & Entertainment' started by haswhit, Nov 29, 2012.

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  1. haswhit

    haswhit Low-Roller

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    We are going to be in Vegas for ten days end of January. We know we would like to see Zumanity, Carrot Top , Jubilee and Ka. Wondering if for Zumanity, Carrot Top and Jubilee if its safe to wait and get tickets there at the 1/2 price place or better to go ahead and find best deal online and purchase ahead of time?
     
  2. vegasqc

    vegasqc VIP Whale

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    All 4 shows will be discounted for sure as they rarely sell out

    I was able to get carrot top tickets in the 2nd row the day before the show last year

    If you are a bigger group it might be tougher to get decent seats together
     
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    haswhit Low-Roller

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    Just two of us so sounds like it will be pretty easy. Thanks for the reply ;-)
     
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    Oh check online! I wouldn't wait for the 1/2 price place (which is never half price haha). The deals are usually better online, and you never know if they are going to have the show you want.

    Here's Carrot Top, $37.98 each on Goldstar
    http://www.goldstar.com/events/las-vegas-nv/carrot-top

    I don't see any Cirque deals that extend till January just yet, but I'd keep my eye out.

    I'm not sure about Jubilee but it's been there so long, I'm sure there are discounts. Or yes, check TixforTonight
     
  5. Aero22

    Aero22 Low-Roller

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    last time we saw CT we were front row centre, and got 20% off or so by buying online at luxor site. you can manipulate the seats offered to you a bit, so that is what I would do if I was seeing CT again. To me it is worth the 10 or 20 bucks extra to sit exactly where I want. ... and the front row centre were outstanding. (although the first time we saw CT, we were last row, and the venue is such that there are no bad seats in the house.) Personally, although I am thrifty, I think it is usually worth spending to get what you want when it is a once in a lifetime, (or once every year or so ) experience.
     
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    For me, it's all about great seats...some folks aren't as picky,
    but I pay rack rate, and insist on a great location.
    Book in advance, with the box office and request you section, row,
    aisle seat...whatever it is that floats your boat.

    If location isn't an issue, use the discounters.
     
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