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LE REVE for $89 premium seats

Discussion in 'Shows & Entertainment' started by sammasseur, Aug 15, 2012.

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  1. sammasseur

    sammasseur VIP Whale

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  2. GREGRIO

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    Sam, what do they consider premium seats?
     
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    Following the links it says:


    "LE RÊVE THE DREAM - Premium seating is rows C-K."
     
  4. sammasseur

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    The usage of "premium" is deceptive. Premium seats are basic seats, just like most hotels list their basic rooms as "deluxe".
     
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    Thanks for sharing Sam. That's an awesome deal. I'm booked for the 10th row'D'.:thumbsup:
     
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    Thanks a good deal. Thanks for posting it, Sam!
     
  7. Stumiester

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    Thanks Sam - looking at booking this show, have not found lower price than this.
    How reliable is tix4tonight in getting a good seat to a show in Sept 2012 ?
    Cheers
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  8. sammasseur

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    Stu, I wouldn't call them a reliable source at all if you are counting on good seats to a show. They are reputable, but the very nature of their business is unpredictability. They sell unsold seats, so it's whatever is left over from other methods.
     
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    Thanks sam, I am going to book ahead of time to get the seats I want plus not waste part of my 4 night trip standing in line for discount tickets.
     
  10. sammasseur

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    Good luck, Stu. For what it's worth, I've called Wynn box office a few times and requested specific seats to the show, and they've either sold me that seat or suggested an equivalent seat in a different section (since it's in-the-round, there is not a true "front"). BTW, I recommend asking for a seat in an aisle along the tunnel entrances for the most interactivity with the performers. They are close enough to touch.
     
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