Tix4Tonight Kiosks on Strip?

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Do those Tix4Tonight Kiosks usually have tickets for the top Cirque du Soleil shows available on Saturday nights?

When I say "top shows" I mean KA, Le Reve and "O" mainly. Not interested in much else.

I imagine Saturday is the most popular day for shows and I know that this business operates on selling unsold tickets the day of the event. Wondering if anyone knows what my chances are? I'll be there Sat and Sun night in a couple weeks.

 
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I would like to know the answer to this as well, ill be there in October.
 
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A "general answer" would be No.

Hitting a 6-teamer might be easier than a Saturday night 2 for 1 ticket to a sold-out show.

 
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I know Gourmet lives in Vegas and knows most but those Kiosks will not have "O". They may and usually have KA and some others like Mystere. They are cheaper but sometimes after waiting in line and ticketing charges, I am unsure if it is really a "deal".

Try travelzoo, I have done well there the last year and scored some nice "LOVE" tickets very reasonable.

GL-

 
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LeReve are commonly on Travelzoo for a 30 discount or so and there are dine and show packages availible on the Wynn site many days.

BTW- I did like LeReve, Love and O

Pass on the Elvis show it is shit.

I have not seen KA but have heard good things. I saw Mystere 15 years ago? it was solid.

Phantom kind of sucked, loud and just not as good as the broadway production

 
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http://www.travelzoo.com/entertainment/las-vegas/

here is a link, Le Reve is a little more now. If you promise not to laugh I will tell you Manilow was not bad, no shit, really.

 
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diarrhea mouth, looking over that list, I would really encourage you to try Envy also. If you can get there, as it is out of the way, this is  a solid deal. The downside is it may cost you a $50 cab ride if you are not staying close or have a car.  Last time we were there we had a restaurant.com deal. We were the only couple in the joint. Had two waiters to ourselves who were fawning over us and it was way, way better than expected.Have fun, hope it helps!
 
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I've used Tix4Tonight for 2 dinner deals last May and saved some $$$. Never looked into a Show. As VG said, top shows on a Sat night are a stretch
 
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Just booked Section 102 (Middle Front) for $110/ea thru some 50% discount site. I forgot which one it was exactly but it connected directly to MGM's site so the purchase went thru MGM's web site.

These appear to be some of the nest seats in the arena- dead middle and Row F, so 6 rows up from the stage.. Pretty stoked!

 
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Quote Originally Posted by bchadwick:

Just booked Section 102 (Middle Front) for $110/ea thru some 50% discount site. I forgot which one it was exactly but it connected directly to MGM's site so the purchase went thru MGM's web site.

These appear to be some of the nest seats in the arena- dead middle and Row F, so 6 rows up from the stage.. Pretty stoked!

have fun!

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