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EXCALIBUR TOURNAMENT OF KINGS

Discussion in 'MyVegas' started by dewey089, Oct 10, 2016.

  1. dewey089

    dewey089 Guru of Value

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    Does the MyVegas Reward include the meal, or just the show? Must we buy the meal separately? Some of the fine print confuses me.
    Also, as I read this no stay at Mlife is required.
     
  2. GamblingGolfer

    GamblingGolfer Low-Roller

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    We did it a couple of years ago. No stay required. It included meal, show ... we bought drinks. For 'free' it was pretty good. Not something I would pay $50+ for, though.

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  3. dewey089

    dewey089 Guru of Value

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    Thanks. Anyone gone recently? They keep changing the rules. I'd like to see it, but for free.
     
  4. Richard Alpert

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    I've never been, but a lot of the reviews I've read say it's a fun knight!

    RICHARD
     
  5. Film-Noir

    Film-Noir High-Roller

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    Tok, is a medieval-dinner/show fun & family
    Cheer for your sections Knight, & gnaw on a chicken leg.

    Meal is included, it's part of the Atmosphere

    go see it already!
     
  6. Electroguy563

    Electroguy563 Over-Fried Gambler

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    And it is! Great costumes, beautiful horses, and really energetic fight choreography. The Knights really rail into each other with their swords, the "clang" upon contact is very real, a tribute to lots of practice and training.

    They have sections where you sit and root for a specific Knight King, we sat and rooted for the King of France.

    The food consisted of a Cornish hen with broccoli. You eat it with your hands, like they did in Medieval days. They also serve tomato soup, which the server goes around claiming that it is Dragon Blood. Really corny and cheesy and part of the fun.

    The only part that was sort of annoying is when you get served your food and just when you want to dive into the chicken somebody from the show pops up and urges everybody to chant and cheer. I mean they really get into your face and it got to the point I wanted to yell "'nough already! I'm hungry, I want to eat so SHUT UP!!" :wink2::poke:
     
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  7. mrstealth

    mrstealth High-Roller

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    yeah, you cannot just go to see it without the meal, and to be honest, the meal is an integral part of the show/atmosphere involved.
     
  8. jbee

    jbee Low-Roller

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    We went last year and it was a good time.
    Soft drinks included. Purchase alcohol.
     
  9. Sonya

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    Go!! There are lots of rumors that it may go away soon.

    Like jbee said, I think the only extra charges are for alcoholic beverages.