Discussion in 'Shows & Entertainment' started by kel3420, Jan 13, 2014.
Does anyone know of discounts for this show, mid February?
I got mine through Travelzoo but I don't see them there right now. A quick google shows a promo code of 40ACCESS to save $40 off orchestra seats but I didn't go through the process to see what it comes out to.
Keep in mind the theater isn't all that big. And what they call mezzanine seats are actually pretty good seats, it's not like you are up in a balcony. Great show.
I have seen tickets at various times on Travelzoo and also on Goldstarevents.com as well as on the board at TIX4TONITE. I prefer Goldstar if they are available. As I remember orchestra seats were about $99 but maybe cheaper now.
Theres $50 off the category A tickets on http://lasvegas.showtickets.com/jersey-boys/
I just booked myself 2 tickets for the 18th of feb.
Someone here mentioned a Restaurant.com Jersey Boys special. I think it was something like this: you buy a voucher for $69 and you get a $50 dinner certificate. So I would think you'd basically get to see the show for $19. Hopefully someone here will see this and shed a better light on this... sorry for being so vague.
I've seen Jersey Boys in both NYC and LV. Unless you are a serious Frankie Valli fan I would not recommend seeing it in LV. Here's why: The #1 Rule of attending a Broadway Musical is that you DO NOT SING ALONG. It is bad in NYC and awful in LV.
If you want to hear a gaggle of 65 - 70 year old spurned women sing "My Eyes Adored You" loud enough that you can't hear the cast singer, then go ahead and attend the show.
See this post:
I booked using that deal posted by heatherlovesvegas and it turns out it allowed me to purchase $150 seats for $69, so it's more like $80 off. I got 5th row center orchestra for next week!
That deal does exist, but the deal that heatherlovesvegas posted (and I linked to above) is a better deal. The $69 gets you front orchestra center.
The $50 restaurant.com certificate is theoretically worth $50 off, but you'd have to go to a participating restaurant. And it's not really worth $50 because the whole premise of Restaurant.com is that you pay a discounted amount for a voucher. A $50 voucher can be purchased for $10 or less. So really, using the deal gives you an undetermined seat in the mezzanine and a voucher worth $10. I think you're much better off giving up the voucher to get front center orchestra for the same price.
The one I posted is only through 2/13 though.. may not be far enough out.
40ACCESS still works, makes them about $100 each.
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