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JERSEY BOYS ticket prices being slashed

Discussion in 'Shows & Entertainment' started by sammasseur, Aug 23, 2012.

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  1. sammasseur

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    Awesome. I bought my tickets for August 31st already.
     
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    Thanks for the heads up.

    I was considering seeing the show anyway on my next trip, but if I get in for cheaper that means I'll definitely go see it.
     
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    wow... great deal is this is true. I'm trying to talk my wife into seeing this... maybe a cheaper price will help me convince her.
     
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    Thanks for the heads up, i was thinking about seeing this on my next trip, and if tix are cheaper i def will:beer:
     
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    Great tip Sam, THANK YOU!
    I wonder if the price drop will effect the discounters for an even better deal?
    I saw JERSEY BOYS again in July (before the price drop)...got my tic from BEST OF VEGAS
    www.bestofvegas.com
    ...sat right behind Gold Circle in ROW FF/center on the aisle...
    (6 rows from the front of the stage as I requested from BOV and got it!)
    TOTAL COST was $107.75...excellent seat!

    This could be a move on CET's part to sooth any hard feelings with the cast...
    they haven't been happy with the way CET had been handling ticket sales.
    There were a good 1/4 empty seats the night I went....GREAT SHOW!
     
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    How were those seats? I have exactly the same seats a week from tonight except I'm in row FF center.
     
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    As I just said, excellent seats
    Much closer, and you loose the effect
    of the full stage.
     
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    I fully recommend this show :) Went in Nov 2009, took my husband, who is a self -proclaimed non- musical type of show lover .....This one blew his socks off He loved loved loved it and still talks about it to this day
     
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    I'm not a "show" kinda guy. Last one I saw in Vegas was about 2 decades ago. But I'm usually flying solo or have one other person with me who isn't into shows. This time I've got 3 generations of females with me, mother-in-law, wife, 17 year old daughter and her friend (Lord, grant me the patience of a Saint). So they want to see a show and have picked Jersey Boys. It just so happens that we will be there on September 1st.

    So... Is there a way I can get the tickets at the new price now or do I have to wait until that day? I am afraid they will be sold out.
     
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    The best people to answer that would be the Paris box office agents. Only they can tell you for sure.
     
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    You can check it online. In fact, it was so easy, I checked for you. The lower prices are reflected already, so you can pre-order for 1 September. There are plenty of seats left.

    Did I mention that I paid full price for tickets on 31 August? I did? Yeah, I'm still really happy about that.

    Here's a link

    http://www.ticketmaster.com/Le-Theatre-Des-Arts-at-Paris-Las-Vegas-tickets-Las-Vegas/venue/189319
     
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    I had checked before and it showed prices starting at over $90. Now I see that the stated ticket price range starts at $90 but when you actually select tickets the price is lower.

    Thanks.
     
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    No problem. Enjoy the show. My wife is really looking forward to it.
     
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    What sections are showing for $50 online? I am checking the week of
    October 20th and the $50 seats are only showing for about two rows of seating starting in the Mezz at row H.

    Are you guys getting better $50 seats than this?
     
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    Only the back few rows go for the low price. This is the same as when the prices were higher and I booked mine -- there were 3 price tiers. Front six rows, back 4 rows, and everything else was at the middle price.
     
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