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KA Where to Sit?

Discussion in 'Shows & Entertainment' started by The Scotsman, Jun 5, 2016.

  1. The Scotsman

    The Scotsman Low-Roller

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    Hello

    Where is the beats areas to sit for KA please?

    And is there any bad areas to sit?

    Is KA ever discounted or am I just aswell getting tickets straight from MGM box office?

    All help much appreciated.

    cheers
    TS
     
  2. simundo26

    simundo26 Low-Roller

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    no bad seats except the front ka you want to be further back
     
  3. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    avoid being too close, like many shows.

    As to get off to the side, you miss some of the view as well.
     
  4. valleyman0505

    valleyman0505 Tourist

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    Sitting in the center is much more important than sitting close. In fact, as simundo said, you don't really want to sit close. I would not want to view this show from too much of an angle. Pretty much anything in Section 202 is going to be good and there are some pretty cheap ones there towards the back.
     
  5. BarelyHangingOn

    BarelyHangingOn Low-Roller

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    We sat down in the front left side of the theatre and the seats were fine but as the above mentioned it might have been a bit better back from the stage a little more.

    There are parts that take place on the side walls up high and the stage rotates and moves up and down quite a bit. You want to be far enough back to take it all in.

    MyVegas has a premium companion ticket prize right now which is pretty easy to get depending on when your trip is.

    There was also another thread on here about MGM giving away show tickets with a hotel reservation.
     
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  6. bshowell

    bshowell VIP Whale

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    Pretty easy to find discounts for KA - Summer of Cirque, MyVegas, and the Tix4Tonight booths are good starts...
     
  7. breanna61

    breanna61 Super Moderator

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    For me, the best seat for Ka is outside the theatre ;)

    I'm still mad at myself for that couple of hours I'll never get back. I'm just not a Cirque person.
     
  8. spicole

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    I would recommend higher up in the lower middle section (102). Don't sit too close! I was in the middle of section 202 and thought the seats a bit closer in 102 were substantially better.

    You will receive your Mlife tier discounts on tickets when you get them at any MGM box office (plus you can bill it to your room if you are staying at an MGM property).
     
  9. tringlomane

    tringlomane STP Addicted Beer Snob

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    As others have said, center is better than being close. GREGRIO (RIP) recommends being in the front rows of the back section for best value for "Ka". I tend to agree. There is a lot of action in this Cirque, and being too close will keep your head up too much. Spicole's recommendation of the back of 102 is a good one as well, especially if the tickets are the same price as the front of 202.

    http://www.vegasmessageboard.com/forums/index.php?threads/13-show-seating-suggestions.56975/

    As for discounts bshowell covers most angles I would look at.