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Britney Spears seat selection

Discussion in 'Shows & Entertainment' started by Disney Fan, Sep 23, 2016.

  1. Disney Fan

    Disney Fan Low-Roller

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    I'm in charge of buying Britney Spears tickets for our daughters Vegas trip next year, never been to this showroom so where do yall suggest as far as seat selection and price ?? Thanks so much for any help...
     
  2. moefoe81

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    Golden circle, I think it's $170 a ticket. It's right at the stage and standing only though.
     
  3. Disney Fan

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    So I assume its worth the big bucks to sit I mean stand for this show...
     
  4. makuk

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    I have been multiple times and this show is never full on a weekday (not sure about weekends) there are hundreds of spare seats and once you are in, you can easily move down and sit wherever you like (within reason).

    Save your money buy some cheaper seats.

    Everyone sits at the start and then everyone stands so you have to stand as well or you won't see anything (for the entire show)

    Enjoy the show (I do) it's awesome :)
     
  5. Sheil813

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    We went on a weekend and it was packed. I would have liked closer seats. I think ours were $135ish? No one sits except maybe during 1 song.
     
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    I've come to realize that I'm investing in standing space instead of a seat!

    My bride and I were at a Taylor Hicks concert at Mystic Lake Casino in MN and didn't plan on standing the whole show, but my bride needed to stand to see anything at all due to the people in front of us standing the whole show. This was in their old showroom, which didn't have much of a grade/slope for the audience.

    The poor folks behind us remained seated the whole show, swearing at us, threatening to call the cops, and at one point one of the men in the group reached over with his cane and dug it into the back of my knee. After the show the fellow's wife grabbed my bride on the wrist and said "Shame on You" for ruining their concert.

    I informed them we were sorry/didn't plan on standing/this is how most concerts go nowadays/we'd paid over fifty bucks each for the seats, etc.. They then told us that their tickets were comped and we ruined their entire weekend. The lady finally let go of my bride's wrist and then demanded to see my driver's license so she could report us to security.

    I told her it was nice visiting with them and I wished them all the best of luck in the evening's gaming and a safe trip home.
    My bride had "more detailed directions where they should go" ( :wink2: ), but we were out of the showroom before she could express those sentiments in person!
     
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    All apologies, Disney Fan! Didn't mean to take your thread on a tangent here!

    RICHARD
     
  8. moefoe81

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    I have been twice, sat in section 105 I forget which row but it was in the middle of the section and the seats were ok and I sat at table 25 or 26 I forget but those were good to but like everyone says most people stand up for majority of the concert. So golden circle would be good.

    Ernie
     
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    Wow, just wow. You guys were really classy with some really nasty actions. If the people were sitting in front of you, maybe they could be annoyed if you were standing, but you were forced to stand. Secondly...PUSHING you in the back of the knee and then his wife grabbing your bride's wrist? They're lucky they had nice people in front of them.

    Kudos though on how you handled it, very classy!

    Oops back to Brittany, have a blast, and I think your daughter will love her birthday!
     
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    Standing GA is the way to go for sure