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Mac King questions...

Discussion in 'Shows & Entertainment' started by Mark-KY, Oct 13, 2016.

  1. Mark-KY

    Mark-KY Tourist

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    VIP GA tix...are these "seated w/ tables" and first come first served for that area?

    He seems to have great reviews for the most part.

    Thanks.
     
  2. GottaLuvCruising

    GottaLuvCruising High-Roller

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    All seats are general admission, but if you book VIP, you'll get the floor seats up front. That's a popular option, but I prefer to tip the maƮtre d as he shows us seats we don't want, make sure he sees $5 (if two of us or $10 if four of us) in my hand as I ask if there is a booth available. It has worked for me every single time. I'm sure you could use the same tactic if you prefer the floor seats up front. If you want to be part of the show, being up front is pretty much a necessity.

    I love Mac King and we see him on every trip. I go to Total Rewards desk for a coupon which brings it to a total now of $15pp including a drink. Mac is very personable, funny, talented and a bit hokey. It's definitely a family friendly show.

    Have a great time!
     
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  3. PsyDoc

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    I had some kind of VIP tickets for Mac King last March. I had a fast pass upon entering the theatre and (as mentioned by GottaLuvCruising) a seat in the first row. I didn't see any options in terms of tables (but I didn't want a table anyway).
    Anyway, it's a great show wherever you sit.
     
  4. JeJas

    JeJas VIP Whale

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    When I saw his show last year, it was like 15 people total in the theater.
    You can sit wherever you like.
    It's an afternoon show, never crowded. I would not spend any real money for a VIP ticket.
    The show itself is very good. One of the very few shows that's worth more than the price you have to pay.
     
  5. joehypnosis

    joehypnosis Low-Roller

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    Hmmm, when we saw him two yrs ago, the show was quite crowded.