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Human Nature at discount places?

Discussion in 'Shows & Entertainment' started by DK528, Apr 10, 2013.

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  1. DK528

    DK528 Low-Roller

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    I'm going to LV in a couple days and am interested in seeing Human Nature at V/P. Does anyone know if I could get tickets to see them through one of the discount places on the strip?

    Thanks in advance!
     
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    Tammy58 Frugal Slot Jockey

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    Wish I had known sooner. Or maybe I can still help. Travelzoo has tickets (or at least they did) for 40% off. I bought mine already for Human Nature and Donny&Marie. When you go through the process on Travelzoo it winds up going through Ticketmaster...you can choose will call, I just had them mail mine since I had 2 months at the time of purchasing before our trip. We got a great deal. No idea what is currently available at the strip discounters at the moment.
     
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    leo21 VIP Whale

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    They used to be at the booth that was in O'Shea's. I don't know if they've switched to Tix4Tonite since it closed and since they've changed venues. Otherwise Goldstar used to have them. I would be surprised if you can't arrange to buy them with a will call option.
     
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    sam Low-Roller

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    Tickets for Human Nature

    Thank you for the advise regarding Human Nature tickets. I just looked at Travelzoo and the prices are good. Do you know which are the better seats for the reserved tickets? Any advise would be helpful.

    Sam
     
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    texdan17 Low-Roller

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    We got ours at the Tix4Tonite booth in February...at Casino Royale. Reserved is the back section and was good enough for us. The room is not the same as the old showroom at IP...it's all theater seating and the front section is "preferred". The theater is so small though that any seat is good...and they come out into the aisles and start one number spread out in the theater. The show is so interactive that there really isn't a bad seat in the house. In short, I'd go with the cheap seats. In fact, I'm booking those now because we're taking friends in June (this is our 3rd time seeing them...) and the tix through Travelzoo are cheaper than Tix4Tonite, which ran about $50 + fees...we paid around $110 for two tix back then.
     
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    DK528 Low-Roller

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    Thanks everyone. Looks like I can still take advantage of the Travelzoo discount so I'm going to go with that!
     
  7. GottaLuvCruising

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    That is an amazing deal! I wanted front row seats for 2 shows in July - bought one night on Ticketmaster and called the box office for the other. Mine were $125 or so each. My dates aren't available on Travelzoo (at least yet), but I sampled the seats for other dates and some really good ones are available with the offer!
     
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    travel zoo is you best friend
     
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