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O limited view seats

Discussion in 'Shows & Entertainment' started by weluvvegas, Jan 9, 2017.

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  1. weluvvegas

    weluvvegas Casino Countess

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    After almost 30 Vegas trips were finally going to see O this trip. Are the limited view seats a bad choice? I'm thinking the ones in the 2nd level, first row.
     
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    paperposter MIA

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    yes its stupid to spend money on that show and not see the show its basicaly the only show in vegas that sells out, suck it up and buy good seats and enjoy the show.
    buy them a head off time as its slim pickings if u dont.
     
  3. troyzilla

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    Some of the "cheap" seats are fine - I saw 'O' from the 'Balcony Loggia' seats - as long as you are in the back few seats (say seats 310-317) you get a great view with only the extreme side closest to you slightly blocked.

    I think those tickets were $113 or so.
     
  4. grosx2

    grosx2 Have fun storming the castle!

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    Personally I would skip limited view seats, especially for something as highly visual as a cirque show. Are the savings that significant over regular seats?
     
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    ebbinns Low-Roller

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    If I recall correctly, the Balcony Loggia seats require you to sit one kind of in front of the other. Not very conducive to spending time with your signficant other.
     
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    Peachiekeehn High-Roller

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    We had "limited view" seats for O. The limited view was a thin railing that really didn't obscure anything. about 20 minutes into the show we moved to other seats in our row because they we empty and the railing wasn't there but would have been perfectly fine staying in the "limited view" ones too.
     
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    What are you expecting to do with your significant other at a show? You can't talk and your eyes should be on the stage :love:

    [that is to say, for me, such a seating arrangement would not be a problem]
     
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  8. weluvvegas

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    I was wondering if it were something as simple as a rail, which I can deal with. We are going with a couple of family members that might not want to spend the extra $. I can't recall what the difference is in price.
     
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    Yeah we were on the "edge" of the limited view area. The railing in our seats didn't obstruct much of the actual action. For ~half price vs. the row behind us, I would do it again.
     
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