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What Type of Seats Do You Get as Comp?

Discussion in 'Comps' started by Ezzy711, Aug 10, 2012.

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  1. Ezzy711

    Ezzy711 Low-Roller

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    One of the comp offers I received was 2 tickets to Love along with my free nights. I called "VIP Services" at Mirage and they told me I'm all set. She didn't tell me what seats they were and I didn't think to ask. I'm assuming they aren't great as I'm a low roller. Are the type of seats based on your play?
     
  2. BC_Todd

    BC_Todd Tourist

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    We had a two for one comp and the only seats that were part of the offer were the most expensive in the house. So, maybe you will be front row!:beer:
     
  3. Drambler

    Drambler High-Roller

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    I'm pretty much a low roller but when they gave me free tickets to Viva Elvis they were great seats. Maybe 12th row dead center. I assume the more important the guest the better the seats but any comped seat will be pretty good .
     
  4. Larryt

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    I got comp tickets to Carrot Top on Monday and they were 6 rows up almost in the center great seats for awesome show
     
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    cardfelon Low-Roller

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    I had comped tickets for Ron White last month and they were about 10 rows up dead center. But since the Love theater isn't like most traditional theaters with the seating arrangement going in a 360 I am sure they will be good.
     
  6. Joe

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    When we lived in Vegas we got a bunch of free tickets to the Orleans Showroom. Rickles, Dana Carvey, Four Tops, Schecky Greene, Bill Maher and the list goes on...

    The seats were always good except for Kenny G. We were in the first row, but the seats were so far off to the side, we only saw 1/3 of the stage.
     
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  7. Ezzy711

    Ezzy711 Low-Roller

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    Thanks all! That is better than I expected. I figured they sit you in an obstructed and leave the good seats for paying customers. Now I'm really excited.
     
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    KingBBInLV High-Roller

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    VIP at the Mirage has a block of tickets set aside for LOVE, the seats that I've had were in the 200's section with a great view.
     
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    JillyFromPhilly Tourist

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    Yes, it depends on your level of play - bigger player, better seats - but it's all relative to what players are in town that night. The casino Always holds the best seats for its players, not the general public - so if you want to see a show on a night when few big players are in town and asking to see that show that night, even the relatively low roller could wind up in the best seats in the house. Likewise, for a super in-demand show or sporting event, you could be a Pretty big player & still only get average seats. It's all supply & demand that night.
     
  10. wishman35

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    Not like it matters, every seat is good for Love and being the closest to the stage isn't necessarily a good thing. As long as you aren't in the balcony - the seat is good and I highly doubt they will be comping those seats as some shows may not even sell most of the balcony.

    I sat first row in the 300, and it was still great!
     
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    you dont want to sit front row for love to close and too loud.i did and it was a mistake you miss alot off it and your right in front of the subs.
     
  12. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    99% of the seats for Love are fine.

    You do NOT want to be down front for our first few times with this show, but is neat after you have been there before.

    You should be just fine. BUT - go to the box office and they will help you pick out the seats. They are great to deal with.
     
  13. GoingBroke777

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    had comped tickets to Jubilee and we were sitting in the tables like 10 feet from the stage...
     
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