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Which sportsbooks offer reserved seating during March Madness?

Discussion in 'The Sports Book' started by trkunesh, Jan 6, 2017.

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  1. trkunesh

    trkunesh Newbie

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    Which sportsbooks offer reserved seating during March Madness?
     
  2. RunningRam

    RunningRam Low-Roller

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    Unless you are a high roller, most have moved away from reserved seats. The last few years we have paid $75 a day at Mirage for seats. It's a F&B min so it doesn't end up costing much.
     
  3. Tahoejoe2

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    Most Diamond players can reserve seats in CET sportsbooks
     
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    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    All of them. But as stated, you have to be a bigger player or have a connection. I have gotten them in the past, but it was back when my average bet was over $2k a hand. I also got seats once as a low roller through a friend whose wife worked for a travel agency and had some connection at the Bellagio. So if you are a big enough player, call your host. Otherwise, try and find someone who has a connection at one of the resorts
     
  5. salemorevegaslover

    salemorevegaslover Low-Roller

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    We go the 2ND round of MM. Less crowd, more free drinks. We use to go the 1ST round but that became so much of a hassle.
     
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    Scottndindy High-Roller

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    Does platinum at mlife or diamond at cet get you reserved seats. How many can you get??
     
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    For mlife, no. You need to talk to a host or sportsbook manager. Not sure for CET because I have never tried. I have seen the reserved diamond seating at the CP sportsbook, but my guess is that just being diamond is not enough. Its a huge weekend in Vegas and typically only the biggest players or those with connections can get those seats. There are a lot more diamond players wanting seats that weekend than there are seats available
     
  8. wisconsin terp

    wisconsin terp Low-Roller

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    There are plenty of parties going on those weeks that unless you are dead set on sitting in the sportsbook there are quite a few options. Even more now that mobile apps are available from most of the books. Join the facebook March Madness in Las Vegas group for sure.
     
  9. wisconsin terp

    wisconsin terp Low-Roller

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    seats are much easier for the Pro Bowl than the Super Bowl but 4 hours of 4 games Thursday and Friday and two games Saturday and Sunday will never equal the 16x16x8x8 of first weekend. Conference tourney weekend to me is easily the second best weekend in March although this year that is also Nascar weekend.
     
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