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"One" show ticket... buy a second?

Discussion in 'MyVegas' started by heatherlovesvegas, Apr 22, 2013.

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  1. heatherlovesvegas

    heatherlovesvegas VIP Whale

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    Does anyone know if you redeem one of the single ticket ones, will they sell you another one? I would imagine they can. Just curious if anyone has done it.
     
  2. sandman748

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    Yes they can. It's the box office that redeems the myvegas award. Same people who sell to everyone else.

    Not to mention that the change to only one show ticket was an obvious way of them trying to make money by giving away only one ticket and forcing people to buy the second one.
     
  3. heatherlovesvegas

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    Yea, it just doesn't say that clearly. I assumed that was their reasoning.

    I mean it's 45k for one ticket, and 145 for 2... so that seems like a waste of time. Or I guess just save it for a solo trip.
     
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    If anyone has tried this, how much was the pairing ticket? This can also give us an idea of what category the solo tickets are.
     
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    There's a difference in the level of tickets. :grrr:

    Looks like the single tickets are in cheaper seat categories while the pair of tickets are premium or cat A tickets. Oh well it's a step in the right direction I guess with them finally offering a single ticket option. I think though if I was going solo and had more than enough LPs to redeem I'd buy the pair and just get one ticket when I call into the box office.
     
  6. heatherlovesvegas

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    Yea I know they are different levels, but 145k is a huge amount of LPs. Not to mention you don't need to be super close for a Cirque show.
     
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    I redeemed the two premium tickets to KA for my upcoming trip and the seats I was given are prime - Section 102, Row E. I looked up comparable seats and they go for almost $418 including service fees. I think it is well worth the 145,000 points for such great seats.
     
  8. Capn12

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    Hmm, question now is....do I want to get 'premium' seats to Love....we've been to the show 3 or 4 times now, but I feel like the best experiences for us there, were when we were sitting in the absolute back row (200 or 208 I believe?). I'm going to need 3 tickets total, so trying to decide if I want to buy 2 prem then add a 3rd, but be too close, or LP 1 and have the wife LP one, then just buy 1 more
     
  9. heatherlovesvegas

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    I guess I would just never pay $418 to see a Cirque show. I guess it is a good value then. But seriously months and months of playing though...
     
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    We saw the show once from further away and this time got tickets through MyVegas and the seats are 3rd row next to one of the stage "spokes" (as you know, it's kind of a sun shape. I've heard its great to see the show from different locations and gives you a chance to notice things you didn't notice before from a different view. I say do it!
     
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    We just redeemed for the cheap Ka tickets. The second ticket would have been a little over 100. But two rows back would have only been 78. We ended up both redeeming one ticket and they sat us together without issue.
     
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    Did they tell you the category and seat number?

    I like the sounds of this. My girlfriend and I may now play to get two solo tickets like you did, rather than go for the premium seats. Save some LPs for other things. We are playing for our trip a year from now so we'll see how many LPs we have by then.
     
  13. heatherlovesvegas

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    Good to know! I think I could manage 40k on each account, but not sure I could manage 140k on one account.

    When I redeemed for Boyz II Men they told me my exact seat on the phone, I would imagine they'd do the same for the other shows.
     
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