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Getting to T-Mobile Arena?

Discussion in 'Shows & Entertainment' started by NCISfan, Apr 30, 2016.

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  1. NCISfan

    NCISfan Low-Roller

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    We will be staying downtown in July. We have tickets to The Dixie Chicks at T-Mobile Arena. My wife is handicapped and uses a cane. She can't walk too far without resting. Is there a bus to T-Mobile Arena or do we need to taxi? Thanks.
     
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    You can always take the duece from downtown to NYNY should get you close enough for your wife I would think. Good Luck!!


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    I'll be going to the UFC on July 9th, and will most likely be using a scooter, because I have problems walking, too.

    I'll be sure to post exactly how I went about getting to, from, and around the Arena.

    Hopefully you're after me, and it will be of some use to you :)
     
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    Thanks Marky147. We are after you, the concert is July 16th. We will be renting a scooter also but we didn't get accessible seating. Wife will using her cane.
     
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    Excellent. I'll be sure to update the thread once I've been, and hopefully it's all pretty straightforward.

    I'll be heading up there early, just in case there are any problems getting in and around the stadium with it.

    I was debating doing the same as yourself, and just taking my crutches. After some thought, I opted to play it safe, and ensure there is less chance of me taking a tumble, lol.
     
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    The taxi drop off at Monte Carlo is very close to the arena .The problem is catching a taxi after the show
     
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    According to their website, there is an ADA dropoff/pickup point in the Toshiba Plaza which will be useful if you are using a cab or Uber. You can also reserve a wheelchair escort. They give tips on getting there from all strip hotels and different parts of the city (downtown I assume is lumped into the North) but no advice on using the bus to get there.
     
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    its a cluster fuck after the concert and before unless u skipp the oppening act its a nitmare also.

    if u must take a cab jump out as close as posible or get odd at excalibur parking lot take bridge to ny ny and walk to arena

    also get dropped at cvs and walk but u might get stuck on strip traffic

    u can try the back way in off frank sinatra drive and pray

    if its rains the place is even worse
     
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    when it rains theres no one outside to help you . its rained on atleast 2 shows so far.

    there pretty clueless overthere so far also depending wich side of the biulding your seats your on u doing alot of walking

    hopefuly in the next day or 2 there should be a article from vegas bright about the arena , were to sit and other info.i went to gnr and sent alot of pics and info to them.
     
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