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The V Theater

Discussion in 'Shows & Entertainment' started by hawki39, Feb 26, 2016.

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  1. hawki39

    hawki39 Low-Roller

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    We are going to Las Vegas in mid May. I was looking at ticket options for either the "V" variety Show or the Vegas Show at the V theater. I read some very negative reviews regarding the seating arrangements at the theater. As I understand it, both VIP and general admission tickets are first come first seated, no reserve seating. What are the opinions of those who have seen these shows?
     
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    I've been to both shows. We had "VIP". There are reserved seats. A majority of seats are VIP. General admission is in the back (obviously). That said, it's a small theater, there are no bad seats. I do remember it was very unorganized before the show as to where each line was. VIP vs. Gen Admission. Both are good shows. V Variety is pretty short, 75 minutes, but it moves along.
     
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    As vegasvic said, it's a small theater. I would not pay the extra $10 for a VIP seat. It's not really needed.
    Those negative reviews are true I guess. One more reason not to buy the VIP seat. With the general ticket, you can't be treated worse than you paid for.
     
  4. Nauriel

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    So I've seen both shows and Vegas The Show! is far and away a better show hands down.

    You can get 50% off most of the time on tickets thru a discount code on smartervegas.com. I believe the code is SMARTER50 That brings 2 VIP tickets (typically with souvenir photo included) for around $100. Not a bad deal.

    And you can pick out your seats and print tickets ahead of time.
     
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