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Please tell me about Vegas! The Show

Discussion in 'Shows & Entertainment' started by Mamabear0222, Apr 7, 2014.

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  1. Mamabear0222

    Mamabear0222 Tourist

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    1. Is the VIP seating worth it?
    2. How big is the venue? (I've looked at the seating map, doesn't appear big)
    3. Did you like the show if you saw it?
     
  2. bignig135

    bignig135 Low-Roller

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    Can't comment on the VIP seating, but we were near the front of the queue for general admission, seated about 10 rows back, to one side and an excellent view, it isn't a very big theatre.

    The show is excellent, very funny, a great variety of acts, accomplished singing and dancing, if you don't have tickets yet, Tix4Tonite sell them half price-ish.
     
  3. GottaLuvCruising

    GottaLuvCruising High-Roller

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    I've done the VIP seating twice, but agree with the previous post that all of the seats are good.

    The show goes through Las Vegas' entertainment history with wonderful music, dancing, costumes & sets. It is a "must see" in my opinion.
     
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  4. Mamabear0222

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    There is a code online if I prepay they are 50% off tickets ... so VIP is $50 and General is $39.50.

    What is stadium seating? Like a movie theatre?
     
  5. Mamabear0222

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    yes sounds like something my Mom would love!
     
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    dbueler High-Roller

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    Great show, I really enjoyed it! Yes, the seating is like a movie theater, fairly small venue. I upgraded to VIP ONLY because I had no interest in standing in the looooong GA line. I had a groupon for a GA ticket, but when I exchanged it, they offered the VIP upgrade for a nominal fee and I jumped on it. This was over a year ago.

    I wouldn't upgrade solely for the seating as just about any seat in this venue would be fine. I was thrilled to walk up and walk in as I don't do lines well in LV, and some people were lined up a couple hours in advance. Ugh.

    Diane
     
  7. vegasvic

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    This is one I haven't seen but we are going next month. Lots of good deals out there.
     
  8. WHIVGOYTUBE

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    Never seen the show, but will this May.

    Other's on this board directed us to smartervegas to get the 50% off.

    There are two choices, VIP for $100 each, or General admission at the very back of the theater for $80 each.

    We used the smartervegas web site, that will automatically link you to THE SAXE THEATER DRIECT WEB SITE with the 50% off code, already in-coded (holly crap, what a mouthful that was :blink:)..... Anyways

    So, we got two VIP for 50% off, then add the Saxe theater fees (Dam fees), and it cost us about $125 for two VIP.

    The smartervegas 50% for this show expires 5/31/2014 the last time we looked. It probably will be extended, but who really knows. Enjoy..:thumbsup:
     
  9. WHIVGOYTUBE

    WHIVGOYTUBE MIA

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    From web site pictures (we have never been at the Saxe theater), seating is a big problem for us, for Cindy is all 4' and alllll 11" of her. It looks like Stadium seating in the VIP area.

    And usually when we have assigned seats, her seat is right behind the tall dude wearing a cowboy hat. When that happens, we just change seats..... she watches the show, while I stare at the cowboy hat. :evillaugh
     
  10. Mamabear0222

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    Vegas the show again - seating/venue

    I've been reading this is a small venue.
    Should I bother to pay for upgraded VIP seats or just go with GA?
    There are seats available in C row. Is this too close?
     
  11. GottaLuvCruising

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    What's the cost difference? All of the seats are good. VIP does give you a shorter wait to get into theater. Have seen the show twice, VIP both times, but I'd be good with either.
     
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    About $20.
    I'm undecided if I want to buy them in advance or get them at the 1/2 price ticket booth.

    I have a code for 50% off to prepurchase them here at home.
    So 2 VIP tickets would be $100.
     
  13. vegasvic

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    For $20 extra each ticket I would stick with GA.
     
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