Ok you only have 22 hours left to purchase at discount.
Not a good deal when 2 for 1 is all over town free in the throwaway coupon books. Sometimes a deal isn't really a deal, buyer beware.
I've gotten this offer more than once through groupon. It seems like they are recycling it... I'm sure it'll pop-up again plus like Shrinkgirl said this offer can be easily found elsewhere.Edited: 30 April 2011, 21:59
But a good deal if you want the tickets.
This way you dont have to go looking for the coupon books to get the 2 for 1 coupon. Or stand in a line up at the tix4tonight.
...or you could just buy the American Casino Guide for $12 and have the 2/1 for any V theater show ticket plus all the other coupons for food and shows and come out way ahead. It's a choice spend more for nothing or less and get more value. It's not too hard to find the coupon books that are free they are everywhere or you can email 24/7 and they will send current coupon booklets to you home for your arrival dates free.
I might give it a look its a good deal if thers only one of you. Thats the problem i find with all the discount in vegas its all 2 for 1.
You do have a point. At least many of the dining coupons offer 50% off if alone but not the show tickets so much.
It is just as one of the poster said the offer comes around often. This show would be priced right at about $15 for the regular price IMHO. They have a very hard time filling the small show room with this one.
We have a subscription to seatfillers which offers free tickets to shows just to fill the seats. We get offers for this show everyday of the week. (before anyone asks we pay a yearly fee for the seatfillers service and we have a Las Vegas address or we could not participate).Edited: 30 April 2011, 22:52
We saw the V show for free and thought we paid too much. Maybe it's changed in the last couple of years.
Saw the V show many many years ago. We enjoyed it - and we paid full price.
But it is really nice when you can see the show you would like to see it at discounted rate. And I would prefer to get it on line then have to go on a hunt for coupons that I may or may not find.
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