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Jersey Boys--Paris

Discussion in 'Shows & Entertainment' started by stan, Oct 25, 2012.

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  1. stan

    stan Tourist

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    Looking for offer codes or promotion passwords
     
  2. wizard950

    wizard950 High-Roller

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    Check out www.bestofvegas.com they always have some kind of promotion for most Vegas happenings.

    If you are a Diamond level CET player they were offering free tickets as part of their show promotion.
     
  3. GREGRIO

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    The box office had an add for $30-$50 OFF selected seats
    for Locals but...ya didn't need to be Local.

    http://www.jerseyboysinfo.com/vegas/LOCAL/

    (i have no idea if my link will work...)
    Call the box office 1.888.727.4758
     
  4. heatherlovesvegas

    heatherlovesvegas VIP Whale

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    Try 40ACCESS or 40TM1 on ticketmaster, I think it's like $40 off. Makes them $107 versus $150 each for Orch tickets.

    Also the theatre is pretty small, so really any seat would have a good view, just a heads up.
     
  5. VermonterJohn

    VermonterJohn Low-Roller

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    Can someone tell me about the Orchestra Right seats?

    I seem to have a wide choice of seats there, including the ones on the left hand aisle. Would it be better to be right up front in that section, or a little further back?

    Thanks.

    John
     
  6. mike_m235

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    I would say row 7 and back are about as close as you want. Front row you'd be looking up. And you don't really gain or lose anything being a bit closer or a bit further back. I sat row 7 center and it was perfect.
     
  7. VermonterJohn

    VermonterJohn Low-Roller

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    Thanks Mike.
     
  8. dubcnote

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    I had left orchestra seats there a few weeks ago. They were in the middle of row HH. I would not want to be any closer. In fact, I might have preferred to sit a row or two behind HH. Being seated to the left was not that big of a deal.
     
  9. chunkymonkey

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    According to the fine print you have to show a Nevada ID when you pick the tickets up at the box office but it looks like you can get around that by having the tickets mailed to you instead.
     
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