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Tournament of Kings Dinner Show

Discussion in 'MyVegas' started by zoey11, Oct 4, 2014.

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  1. zoey11

    zoey11 Low-Roller

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    Has anyone redeemed this offer?
    Just curious what they serve for dinner and your opinion if it was good?
     
  2. raraavis

    raraavis VIP Whale

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    well i can't speak on redeeming any myvegas offers for this show, but i've gone to tournament of kings every time i go to vegas. they serve soup, chicken, potato wedges, veggies (has been broccoli in the past), and a dessert (usually a pastry). you also get a non-alcoholic drink w/ refills. i haven't been to vegas in 2 years, so i'm not sure if things have changed since then. this is one of my favorite things to do when i go to vegas (though it's hokey and cheesy). it's become kinda a tradition for me.
     
  3. lovetotravel

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    Went in April and that's what we had. Used Myvegas reward. Last time I had seen the show I was 21 and LOVED it!! Now, at 38, I too thought it was hokey and cheesy. At least it was free.
     
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    I redeemed this reward about a year and a half ago. It's not something I had a lot of interest in seeing but my friend wanted to and I didn't mind giving it a try. I had a good time. Yeah, it was kind of cheesy but it was fun. I think seeing it once was plenty for me but I'm glad we went.

    The food was better than I expected. As I recall, there was a bowl of tomato soup, a Cornish game hen, broccoli, and (I believe) potato wedges or something like that. There was a drink also but I don't remember what it was. The dessert wasn't too impressive. It was like one of those toaster pastry things.
     
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    That was the same for us about 6 months ago. The previous time I saw the show was 20 years ago. Must say there were some improvements since then.
    Still, it got us away from the gambling floor. It is a show to see at least once.
     
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    "There were no utensils in medieval times, hence there are no utensils at Medieval Times. Now, would you like a refill on that Pepsi?"
     
  7. zoey11

    zoey11 Low-Roller

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    Thanks, appreciate the feedback. It would be free for me and a bogo on myvegas so was thinking of trying it.
     
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