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Rock of Ages discounts?

Discussion in 'Shows & Entertainment' started by weluvvegas, Feb 2, 2014.

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  1. weluvvegas

    weluvvegas Vegas Slot Junkie

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    Anyone know if or where I can get discounted ROA tickets? They are pricier than I thought they would be.

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    Tix4tonight is where I got mine last year. Was almost like 50% off...
     
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    we seen the show this past Thursday and bought tickets from tix-tonight, they were regular $125 for best seat selection and we got them for $100.I think it went down to a $75 and a $50 ticket as well. The show was fun, entertaining and a great way to get the night started. Its a small theater so really no bad seat but the top section was pretty empty
     
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    Just remember that if you buy your tickets from Tix4tonight booth, they aren't your actual tickets, you still need to go to the ticket booth in the Venetian to get your actual ticket.

    The earlier you go the better selection, since you are given several areas to choose from. The higher price you pay, the better the selection of seats available to you.
     
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    Hey i was there last thursday too

    I paid full price cause i wanted a certain seat but with a grazie card you can upgrade a level for free
     
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    I did order my tickets for this as planned using smartervegas.com. I believe I paid $152 for two tickets. Can't remember the section, but they are front row of a mid section and off to the side. Hope they are decent. Looking forward to seeing it. Saw Raiding the Rock Vault in December so it will be fun to compare the two shows. :thumbsup:
     
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