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Discussion in 'Shows & Entertainment' started by Darren & Jo, Oct 26, 2012.

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  1. Darren & Jo

    Darren & Jo Tourist

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    would i need to book shows like David Copperfield , Cirque Du Soleil "O".
    also trips like helicopter down the strip, visits to Hoover Dam , helicopter canyon etc, are the better deals available on line, or is it best to book these when in Vegas .
    also which companies are the best that you could recommend
    thanks inadvance
    Darren
     
  2. GREGRIO

    GREGRIO Tourist

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    In re to Shows you guys, they usually go on sale 90 days
    prior to the night YOU want to be there so....
    Check out your Show's seating chart, decide your price,
    choose a SECTION and ROW you'd like to request and
    call the box office. Obviously, the better seats go first, so
    the sooner you call, the better.

    For 'O', I suggest center SEC. 203, ROWs Q,R,S or as
    close to that as possible.
    If you prefer the Front section 103, sit no closer than the
    last back row. 1.888.987.7111

    For David's Show, it's fun to be closer.
    If you like the booths...SEC. BB, BOOTH 105,106,104,103,107
    In back of those and a couple 'steps' up...tables for 4 in SEC. D.
    Table 80,70,90,60,100 1.800.929.1111
     
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    HoyaHeel Grammar Police & Admin

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    But the best seats won't be the cheapest option. O is probably the only thing you list that might risk a sellout (I only say that because I never see discounts for O - doesn't mean you wouldn't be able to get seats closer to your trip, but since you're probably not going to find a discount, you might as well book what you want in advance)

    Read the posts here about discounted tickets and what your choices & options might be if you're interested in saving money.
     
  4. Darren & Jo

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    wow that helps thank you very much .
     
  5. HoyaHeel

    HoyaHeel Grammar Police & Admin

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    When discounts are available, someone posts them. Any Groupons get posted automatically by Sonya the board owner. And the rest of us try to chime in when we see something good on Travelzoo. Goldstar has regular discounts, etc.

    For specific shows or activities you're looking for, the search feature is in the upper right menu bar:thumbsup:
     
  6. GREGRIO

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    If you feel you need to use one of the discounters,
    my choice is BEST OF VEGAS www.bestofvegas.com
    When I've used them, I always call and talk to a real
    person, they're pretty helpful 1.800947.1081
    The reason I prefer them is you'll know your SEC. ROW
    and SEAT when you're done. They'll send you an email.
    The othe discounters make you go to your Shows box
    office the night of the Show and THEN find out and
    it's first come/first serve...don't care for that.
     
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