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Caesars Palace, Las Vegas – My Review

3570 Las Vegas Boulevard South

Las Vegas

NV 89109

+1 (702) 731 7110

www.caesars.com

Location Between Bellagio and Mirage Dead centre Strip; this is the marker for other casino’s location. The only problem is that when Caesars was built no one walked on the Strip; all travel was done by car. As a result the casino entrance is about 500 yards back from the Strip. Don’t worry though the good folks at Caesars have put in a series of moving walkways to get you to their machines quicker.

Theme It’s Rome, ancient Rome from the spectacular fountains, delightful statues and cypress trees that you pass on your way to the casino to the toga costumes the staff wear. This certainly is ancient Rome with electricity and air conditioning. It is a very Grand Rome with loads of marble and gold, everything that can be gold and glittery is gold and glittery. The theme like most of Vegas is completely over the top; but in the best possible way. If there was a casino themed on Las Vegas, Caesars would be it. Las Vegas at its best.

Attractions Well there are the wonderful, if slightly dated magical statues in the Forum shops these are robotic statues that come alive with the aid of smoke and lights and act out Roman and mystical type tales; free and great for the kids. The race for Atlantis IMAX 3d simulation ride, the Omnimax movie theatre where the film actually seems to surround you and several amusements arcades. To be fair the whole of the forum shops could be counted as an attraction with plenty to see

Shopping The Forum shops at Caesars is the best casino shopping mall on the Strip. Re-creations of Michelangelo’s David and a copy of the Tivoli fountain compliment the great range of shops; the whole shopping experience here is great. Shops include many usual US high street stores such as Nike Town, Macys, and FA Schwarz but also designer labels such as DKNY, Hugo Boss and Vasari. It must be good, as the average retail turnover per square foot in the US is $300 per annum whereas the Forum shops take $1200.

Dining La Piazza Food Court is my favourite on the Strip; you enter together, you chose your different food (Pizza, Salads, Hot Dogs, Chinese etc) get your drinks together and pay together. No queuing up separately just because one of you wants Pasta and the other Chinese. The seating area is lovely, on the edge of the casino allowing you to see the action, sort of inside the branches of a big tree. There is a very small buffet with very long queues and quite high prices (B$15.50 L$17.50 D$23.50, Sunday Brunch $23.50 or $33.50 with champagne) which I have not tried. There are several other high quality restaurants including Hyakumi – Japanese, Bacchanal – a six course Roman feast and Café Roma the 24hr coffee shop. General reports of food at these restaurants are good .

Gaming Caesars has 118,000 sq ft of gaming space containing over 2000 slot and video machines, over 70 tables and 13 roulette wheels. Surprisingly there is a very good range of nickel machines here, table limits can be a low $5 minimum but this is only ever one or two tables and only when trade is slow. The layout of the casino is very odd; it seems bitty; like some bits were added on rather as a second thought. Parts of the casino are very dark and others very light. The way in which the floors are arranged makes you very disorientated. I am not sure if this is deliberate or not, but this, along with the expedition back to the Strip does seem to make you stay longer than planned.

Drinks Service I found the drink service to be quite good, although I think that depends on where you sit as there are many nooks and crannies which probably do not receive such good service. I always make sure that any cocktail waitress who passes within 20 foot of me knows I want a drink and this obviously helps a great deal.

Best Thing Just the whole over the top “we have got it and boy are we going to flaunt it” atmosphere.

Worst Thing The distance to the entrance from the Strip and the that Ceasres is confusing easy to get lost and has human traffic jams.

Overall If you ask anyone to name a casino (with possibly the exception of Bob Stupak and Steve Wynn) they will say Caesars Palace. Caesars is Vegas and Vegas is Caesars. You get a chance to see “whales” (high rollers) at play and yet still feel like you are a million dollars putting your nickels into the slots. If you are in Vegas and you can only go to one casino, this has to be it. You will not be disappointed. However be aware there is a large expansion program on at Caesars at the time of writing.

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Great Discounts for Las Vegas Shows In cluding La Reve at Wynn

Goldstar offer great discounts for shows in Las Vegas there are always more dates than first shown and the beauty is that you know what you are paying and can book your tickets before you leave home.  On my last trip we saw Meserised and Steve Wyrick real Magic, I would see Steve Wyrick every trip but would not see mesmerised again even if it was free (and it was via goldstar last time)

Sin City Comedy with Burlesque Group Sin City Dollz and the Country’s Top Comics
V Theater at the Miracle Mile Shops (Las Vegas, NV)
Tuesday, Jun. 2 @ 9:00pm
Wednesday, Jun. 3 @ 9:00pm
and 60 more dates.

Full Price: $60.00    Our Price: FREE – $30.00
Rating: 2.8 stars

Beautiful girls and famous comedians take the stage when this hilarious show combines sexy burlesque with world-class stand up comedy in a choreographed production of music and fun. Hot ladies of the Sin City Dollz perform seductive dance numbers and two headliner comics keep audiences rolling in the aisles. Learn More

Acrobatic Spectacular Le Rêve at Wynn Las Vegas
Le Reve Theater (Las Vegas, NV)
Thursday, Jun. 4 @ 7:00pm
Thursday, Jun. 4 @ 9:30pm
and 82 more dates.

Full Price: $141.90    Our Price: $82.50
Rating: 3.6 stars

Le Rêve (The Dream) offers breathtaking performances in an intimate aqua theater in-the-round. This stunning show was created by Franco Dragone, whose signature brand of visually stunning and innovative entertainment is at the core of the production. Learn More

Steve Wyrick Real Magic: International Magician of the Year in Vegas
Steve Wyrick Theatre (Las Vegas, NV)
Tuesday, Jun. 2 @ 9:00pm
Wednesday, Jun. 3 @ 9:00pm
and 49 more dates.

Full Price: $92.00    Our Price: $50.00
Rating: 3.5 stars

Steve Wyrick Real Magic is a Vegas-style magic spectacular, featuring beautiful sets, talented dancers and International Magician of the Year Steve Wyrick performing spectacular large-scale illusions and remarkable close-up magic. Wyrick has recently been seen on The Late Show with David Letterman, VH1, and more. Learn MoreLearn More

Penn & Teller: Famous Magic/Comedy Duo at the Rio
Penn & Teller Theater at The Rio (Las Vegas, NV)
Tuesday, Jun. 2 @ 9:00pm
Wednesday, Jun. 3 @ 9:00pm
and 58 more dates.

Full Price: $85.00    Our Price: $52.80
Rating: 3.3 stars

The Rio presents the famous duo of Penn and Teller. Known as the “Bad Boys of Magic”, their irreverent, edgy, and hilarious performances have earned them countless TV appearances, as well as their own show on Showtime. Learn More

Blue Man Group: Las Vegas’ Mega-Hit Show at The Venetian
Blue Man Theatre (Las Vegas, NV)
Tuesday, Jun. 2 @ 7:00pm
Tuesday, Jun. 2 @ 10:00pm
and 42 more dates.

Full Price: $101.85 – $142.00    Our Price: $65.11 – $89.20
Rating: 3.2 stars

One of the biggest theatrical hits of the last two decades, Blue Man Group presents their unique and wildly imaginative stage show at The Venetian. Audiences worldwide have experienced and loved their exuberant, blissful combination of hilarious performances, fabulous visual effects, and Grammy-nominated music. Learn More

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Britsih Airways to start direct London – Las Vegas service

It seems that Virgin Atlantic is soon to lose its exclusive direct route from the the UK to Las Vegas which it has been enjoying since BMI stopped its direct flights from Manchester in April and since MaxJet went under Xmas 2007.British Airways are about to annouce that they to will be flying daily from London to Las VegasI have to be honest my preferred route is LHR to LAS with United Airlines via either SFO or LAX but lets hope that this competition can do something to shrink the fares and offer us even better value, to match the best value Las Vegas hotel rooms that can be found here.

Officials for the carrier are scheduled to announce a new direct daily service between McCarran International Airport and London’s Heathrow Airport, the busiest international airport in the world. The service, scheduled to begin in October, has been in the works for years and the decision by British Airways to proceed despite the global recession is a major vote of confidence in the future of Las Vegas, which has been hit particularly hard by the economic downturn.

The plan is for daily service to begin Oct. 25, with a flight arriving in Las Vegas at 5:10 p.m. The return trip to London will depart at 7 p.m., Lampl said. The airline will use a Boeing 777 configured with 274 seats, 24 of which will be “world traveler plus,” 36 business-class with seats that recline fully to 180 degrees and 214 economy class. Lampl said the company identified 35 major cities, including Rome; Prague, Czech Republic; Stockholm, Sweden; and Paris, from which travelers could connect to Las Vegas with less than two hours waiting at Heathrow.

If British Airways flies the route at 72 percent load factor, the average load factor for the airline in the most recent reporting period, it would mean about 12,000 arrivals and departures at McCarran a month. The number could be higher if British Airways matches the 92 percent load factor Virgin Atlantic achieves on its route from a smaller airport with less connection potential. Great Britain is the No. 3 provider of foreign tourists to Las Vegas behind Canada and Mexico, according to the LVCVA.

Source http://www.lasvegassun.com

Heavily disounted Las Vegas hotel rooms

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Wynn, Las Vegas – my review

Wynn

3131 Las Vegas Blvd Sth
Las Vegas
Nevada 89109
www.wynnlasvegas.com

Location
Wynn is the last hotel on the North on the main part of the Strip, on the site of the Desert Inn next to Palazzo and opposite the Fashion Show Mall.

Theme
It’s what Steve Wynn does best first at Golden Nugget, then at Mirage and Bellagio and now at Wynn, luxury. I guess you could say European luxury, or that is what Mr Wynn would like you to say everything is there to show opulence and to look expensive, now expense spared. If money is not the object then the objects here all cost a stack of money.

Attractions
The showpiece is the “ Lake of Dreams ” a 3 acre lake which contains loads of lights to make a full multimedia show. There is a 170ft Mountain and 5 waterfalls, the show uses the water falls as screens, there are loads of bushes and flowers around them but I was not impresses with this show. As with Bellagio there is a Conservatory but smaller but really nice, no rollercoaster’s here instead you have Wynn’s gallery which hits the mark for the more refined and concerning people who are the targets of his marketers. There is also a Ferrari garage that you have to pay $10 to enter!

Pool The pools here are nice rather like Bellagio style and quality are the order of the day rather than wave machines and waterfalls.

Rooms, All of the rooms at Wynn are called suites we stayed in a Panorama suite on the 57th floor wow what a view ! The bed was very comftable second only to the MGM Grand and all of the furnishings are top quality, the maid service comes twice a day and there is a turndown service. The bathrooms are big with a nice tub and shower as well as a TV in there, I know it is sad to watch TV in Vegas but the selection of channels at Wynn was far better than anywhere else we have stayed on the Strip. The mini bard was well stocked but very expensive and you get charged just for moving stuff !


Shows and Entertainment
The Encore Theatre is now home to amazing all rounder and Steve Wynn favourite Danny Gans. Wynn’s other show is La Reve its a Cirque De Soleil type show and like O performed in water !

Dining You would have thought that with a resort this up market that the buffet would not have featured but you would have been wrong and it is rather modestly called The Buffet (B$17.95, L£21.95 D Sun-Thur $33.95 Fri & Sat $37.95 and Weekend Brunch $28.95 and an extra $6 for Champagne to be included. I have not eaten here but despite the price the people I have spoken to who have think its excellent value but the queues can regularly be over 2 hours long. As you would expect there is a selection of other restaurants at Wynn mainly with a European flavour don’t expect a cheap meal but that does not mean that you can’t expect value. Most of the fine dining establishments are run by celebrity chefs. If you eat at the SW make sure you get a table outside and ask to have one with a good view of the show. The coffee shop at eth drugstore has fantastic coffee and great fruit salads but like everything else at Wynn it’s pricey. Zooacrackers is a great Deli with tower sandwiches and the Terrace Point Café which is open 24/7is very good again all heavy on the pocket.

Gaming
It’s big and surprisingly there are a load of slots including nickels and pennies with good pay out. There are stacks of tables and the norm minimum is $15 on BJ and other card games but most tables particularly at weekends are much higher. Craps sometimes starts as low as $10! Don’t bother asking to get rated if you are playing less than $25 per hand it’s not worth it. The players card is very good and well worth joining. If you were told you were in the Bellagio you would probably believe it.

Drinks service
Steve Wynn knows how to look after his customers even if you are on the penny slots polite waitresses come up regularly and serve you with strong drinks this is one of the best drinks services on the Strip.

Overall
The service from all the staff from the check in clerk to the valet parker to maid is the great the best you will get in Vegas. This place oozes luxury, it’s a nice treat but unless you have loads of money (and we don’t) you cant get the most out of it, that said however short lived you do feel like a star whilst you are there.

Good points
The attention to detail is amazing everything is quality and the attentiveness of the staff.

Bad points
The price everything from sodas in the shop to ice cream its expensive this is a place for rich folk. The location can be a pain it is just that little bit too far down the Strip and makes it feel and effort to go anywhere else.

Top Tip
Join the players card and ask if there are any promotions usually if you earn 50 points in your first 24 hours you get two free buffets.

April 28, 2009 Posted by | bellagio, Casinos, cirque de soleil, entertainment, events, Holiday, Las Vegas, MGM, MGM Grand, Travel, Uncategorized, Vegas, vegas buffets, vegas pools, vegas shows, Vegas Strip, vegas suites | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Super cheap Las Vegas show tickets from $6.95

More great offers from Goldstar, Steve Wyrick who was the best show that we saw last time at only$50 is a steal and Dixie Dooley at only $6.95 must be the cheapest agic show in town have fun

Simon

Blue Man Group: Las Vegas’ Mega-Hit Show at The Venetian
Blue Man Theatre (
Las Vegas, NV)
Wednesday, Feb. 18 @
7:00pm
Wednesday, Feb. 18 @
10:00pm
and 49 more dates.
Full Price: $99.35 – $139.50 Our Price: $62.50 – $86.70
Rating: 3.3 stars
One of the biggest theatrical hits of the last two decades, Blue Man Group presents their unique and wildly imaginative stage show at The Venetian. Audiences worldwide have experienced and loved their exuberant, blissful combination of hilarious performances, fabulous visual effects, and Grammy-nominated music. Learn More

Penn & Teller: Famous Magic/Comedy Duo at the Rio
Penn & Teller Theater at The Rio (
Las Vegas, NV)
Wednesday, Feb. 18 @
9:00pm
Saturday, Feb. 21 @
9:00pm
and 46 more dates.
Full Price: $85.00 Our Price: $52.80
Rating: 3.2 stars
The Rio presents the famous duo of Penn and Teller. Known as the “Bad Boys of Magic”, their irreverent, edgy, and hilarious performances have earned them countless TV appearances, as well as their own show on Showtime. Learn More

Steve Wyrick Real Magic: International Magician of the Year in Vegas
Steve Wyrick Theatre (
Las Vegas, NV)
Wednesday, Feb. 18 @
9:00pm
Thursday, Feb. 19 @
9:00pm
and 34 more dates.
Full Price: $92.00 Our Price: $50.00
Rating: 3.3 stars
Steve Wyrick Real Magic is a Vegas-style magic spectacular, featuring beautiful sets, talented dancers and International Magician of the Year Steve Wyrick performing spectacular large-scale illusions and remarkable close-up magic. Wyrick has recently been seen on The Late Show with David Letterman, VH1, and more. Learn More

Dixie Dooley’s Stars of Magic: Music, Comedy and Magic
Royal Resort Hotel (
Las Vegas, NV)
Sunday, Feb. 22 @
7:00pm
Monday, Feb. 23 @
7:00pm
and 16 more dates.
Full Price: $12.95 Our Price: $6.95
Rating: No rating yet

Dixie Dooley is proud to present his new family friendly show “The Stars of Magic” featuring the best of magic, comedy, and illusion. Performers include David Darkstone, Bill Robinson and husband and wife team The Dymonds. See below for more performer information. Learn MoreLearn More

The Soprano’s Last Supper: Comedy, Live Music and Dancing
Greek Isles Hotel & Casino (Las Vegas, NV)
Wednesday, Feb. 18 @ 7:00pm (Show Begins)
Friday, Feb. 20 @ 7:00pm (Show Begins)
and 27 more dates.
Full Price: $53.84 – $76.44 Our Price: $28.98 – $49.32
Rating: 3.0 stars
Join Tony, Sil’, Paulie, Uncle Jun’, Dr. Melfri and all your favorite characters for a hilarious spoof of the hit TV show. The Soprano’s Last Supper features 90 minutes of interactive theater, including singing, dancing and comedy, or a VIP package that includes an Italian dinner with the cast. Learn MoreLearn More

February 18, 2009 Posted by | Casinos, entertainment, events, Holiday, Las Vegas, MGM, shows, Travel, Uncategorized, vegas events, vegas shows, Vegas Strip | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Treasure Island Las Vegas – My Review

Treasure Island
3300 Las Veags Blvd South
Las Vegas
NV 89109
(+1) 702 894 7111

Treasure Island Las Vegas

Location Good North Strip location sitting in between the Mirage and the Fashion Show Mall and nearly opposite the Venetian and Wynn.

Theme Much of the fabulous pirate theme has been replaced but thank goodness not all of it. TI still has a Caribbean nautical feel even if the bars are cooler now, its just grown up a bit. TI has started to aim for the higher spending beautiful people market and the theme has had to soften accordingly. I still love it but would prefer a few more skull and crossbones and couple of Captain Jack Sparrows walking round but not quite as much as my girlfriend for some reason.

Attractions The Pirate battle has not contrary to some reports ceased but been replaced with the Sexy Sirens of TI, now this is good because it means you don’t have to suffer a load of colonials kicking the Brits arse so many times a day but not so good as the classic swashbuckler for me. Still one of the best and most popular freebies on the Strip and aimed at trendy cool 20/30/40 something dude and dudette market ! Its well worth making time to see two full sized ships battle it out on the high seas but the show itself is now pretty poor.

Pool The pool is small and its not up to par with the rest of the resort which is suprising when you think about the crowd that TI is trying to attract.

Shows and Entertainment TI has Mystere as its Cirque De Soleil performance here and in my opinion the best Cirque show in Vegas, if you go to see Mystere you don’t need to book and expensive seat just make sutra you are not at the side. The show is full of amazing acrobatics so amazing that your brain thinks your eyes are lying. TI has no lounge as such and no other shows other than Sirens.

Dining The Treasure Island Buffet (B:$12.00, L:$15.00 D:$20.00 weekends $26.00 ) is smaller than most and the food is OK but not up to the keeping of everything else in the fine establishment, they do however bring you a carafe of your chosen drink which is good as it saves you waiting for refills. Buccaneer Bay has been replaced by social house which is a pity but it’s good even if the portions are a bit on the small size. There are 6 other restaurants here including Italian, Chinese and a very posh steak house, it must be noted that all food at Treasure Island is expensive. Along with these eateries there is a very good but expensive coffee shop. Kahunaville is one exception its cheap and quite frankly not very good, we eat there once when we were hungry and their were queues everywhere else and wished we had not.

Gaming 51,152 sq ft of gaming space I was actually surprised when doing the research for this site to find out it was so small, it feels much bigger. There are 2,200 slot machines lots of them with pirate type themes where you have to line up three cannon balls to attempt to sink a boat ect, surprisingly there are loads of nickel machines here. Nearly 70 tables adorn the floor with the minimum stake being $5 but as soon as people start coming through the doors these rise. The casino has a low roof and dimmed lights but does not feel either claustrophobic or smoky. There are lots of bars scattered around and they have some of the best bar staff in Vegas all of the bars are classy and relaxed we like it here.

Drinks service The drinks themselves are good but you always seem to wait an age both for a waitress and then for the drink to arrive.

Overall This is a very well themed joint that is aiming to attract a young trendy well heeled bunch of punters, with new bars and clubs. Its not quite where it thinks it is its not Wynn, Mirage, Caesars or Bellagio and you feel that the casino thinks it is. The staff are great and the whole place really does have a good feel Hosting one of the best free shows on the Strip adds to the attraction of this casino. Its worth noting that this is the only place in Vegas and maybe the World where you can get married on a pirate ship

Good points Mystere possibly the best show in town, but the bars come a close second

Bad points The crush of trying to get in through the front door whilst the sirens of TI is going on, and the general cost of food and drinks. Oh and it has justbeen sold to Phill Ruffin who used toown the New Frontier so who knows what will happen next ?

Top Tip If you are staying at TI, when the Sirens show is on there is revered standing area for, just show security your room key.

January 10, 2009 Posted by | Casinos, Cirque, cirque de soleil, entertainment, events, Holiday, Las Vegas, Luxor, Mandalay bay, MGM, MGM Grand, Mirage, Travel, Treasure Island, Vegas, Vegas Strip, vegas wedding, wedding | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Mirage, Las Vegas Volcano to open 8th December 2009 great deals

Mirage is my favorite hotel on the Las Vegas Strip we had part fo our wedding reception there and have a booking for this Christmas, the Volcano my joint favorite free show, it has been closed now for sometime and has been rebuilt to make it even better, the Volcano will re open on December 8th 2009 and the good folks at Mirage have put together some special deals to coincide with this and I have listed them below.

Mirage was the first Casino that Steve Wynn built and to be honest without this wonderful property it is unlikely that the Las Vegas that we all know and love would be here as it is today. When Mirage was built Vegas was in decline Atlantic City was the place to gamble and had taken most of the East Coast trade, President Regan had passed the Indian act and Indian Casinos were about to spring up all over the country, everyone was thinking that Vegas would melt away. Steve had a hard job raising the funds to build this massive total luxury no expense spared resort but he managed mainly on junk bonds. Mirage still stands today as one of the premier properties on the Strip and is one of the few where it still feels like Vegas and not Disneyland, all of the rooms have been refurbished in 2008 and with the offers below this possibly makes it the best value resort on the Las Vegas Strip, but hey don’t take my word for it see for yourself.

Mirage Volcano Offer 35% discount

Enjoy a red-hot deal when you book now at The Mirage for 2009. Brighten your nights with the new Mirage Volcano an reignite your passions at what’s now officially the hottest spot in Vegas!

Promotion Runs May 31, 2009 – September 10, 2009

Offer Expires September 10, 2009

Mirage Volcano Offer 30% Discount from $56

Enjoy a red-hot deal when you book now at The Mirage for 2009. Brighten your nights with the new Mirage Volcano an reignite your passions at what’s now officially the hottest spot in Vegas!

Promotion Runs January 1, 2009 – June 4, 2009

Offer Expires June 4, 2009

Mirage Winter Offer from $64

Give in to temptations this winter and warm up in style in our luxurious accomodations.

Promotion Runs November 23, 2008 – February 1, 2009

Offer Expires February 1, 2009

Mirage Love Offer from $72

Join us at The Mirage and enjoy 25% discount on select LOVE show dates and 20% discount on deluxe room rates.

Promotion Runs November 23, 2008 – January 31, 2009

Offer Expires January 31, 2009

Mirage Review here

Offers at other Las Vegas hotels here

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Great Show Ticket Offers for Las Vegas now including Blue Man Group

Goldstar again have soem wonderful show ticket bargains an unlike the booths in Vegas you can book before you leave home and know what you are seeing here are just a few of the offers that they currently have.

Blue Man Group: Las Vegas’ Mega-Hit Show at the Venetian
Blue Man Theatre (Las Vegas, NV)
Tuesday, Nov. 18 @ 7:00pm
Tuesday, Nov. 18 @ 10:00pm
and 6 more dates.
Full Price: $99.35 – $139.50    Our Price: $62.50 – $86.70
Rating: No rating yet

One of the biggest theatrical hits of the last two decades, the Blue Man Group presents their unique and wildly imaginative stage show at the Venetian. Audiences worldwide have experienced and loved their exuberant, blissful combination of hilarious performances, fabulous visual effects, and Grammy-nominated music. Learn MoreLearn More

Dazzling Musical Revue Les Folies Bergere at the Tropicana
Tiffany Theatre at the Tropicana (Las Vegas, NV)
Wednesday, Nov. 19 @ 7:30pm (Covered Show)
Wednesday, Nov. 19 @ 10:00pm
and 13 more dates.
Full Price: $46.75    Our Price: $23.38
Rating: No rating yet

A Las Vegas classic, Les Folies Bergere features fabulous singing & dancing, gorgeous Las Vegas showgirls in barely-there costumes, dazzling scenery, hilarious comedy and sheer spectacle. Folies thrills some 40,000 fans a month with its ever-changing and growing production. From the award-winning Can-Can to the steamy new Latin Mambo numbers, Folies Bergere takes the traditional French-style revue to intoxicating new heights. Learn MoreLearn More

Hitzville The Show: A Motown Revue, Plus All-You Can Eat Soul Food Buffet
Harmon Theater at Krave (Las Vegas, NV)
Wednesday, Nov. 19 @ 6:30pm
Thursday, Nov. 20 @ 6:30pm
and 8 more dates.
Full Price: $50.11 – $83.11    Our Price: $27.53 – $47.33
Rating: No rating yet

In Hitzville the Show, a cast of talented performers take you on a journey through time with the music of Tina Turner, The Drifters, Gladys Knight, The Supremes, The Four Tops and more. Clap your hands and stomp your feet to the music that made a city come alive. Features an all-you-can-eat soul food buffet. Learn MoreLearn More

The $1,000,000 Vegas Game Show: Live Game Show at the V Theatre
V Theater at the Miracle Mile Shops (Las Vegas, NV)
Tuesday, Nov. 18 @ 2:30pm
Wednesday, Nov. 19 @ 2:30pm
and 9 more dates.
Full Price: $15.00 – $59.99    Our Price: $7.50 – $29.99
Rating: No rating yet

V Theater hosts The $1,000,000 Vegas Game Show. In this exciting live show, contestants drawn from the audience are chosen to play game show-stule games for the chance to win thousands of dollars in guaranteed cash and prizes, plus a chance at a million-dollar jackpot. Learn More

Mamma Mia!: Hit Musical to the Songs of ABBA Viva Las Vegas
Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino (Las Vegas, NV)
Wednesday, Nov. 19 @ 7:30pm
Thursday, Nov. 20 @ 7:30pm
and 47 more dates.
Full Price: $82.50 – $110.00    Our Price: $49.50 – $66.00
Rating: No rating yet

A mother, a daughter, three possible dads, and a trip down the aisle you’ll never forget! Mamma Mia! is the world’s number one musical, with more international productions than any other show. Set on a fantasy Greek island, the tale of love and friendship features hit songs by ABBA, including “Dancing Queen,” “Take a Chance on Me,” and “Mama Mia.” Learn More

November 20, 2008 Posted by | Casinos, entertainment, events, Holiday, Las Vegas, MGM, shows, Travel, Uncategorized, Vegas, vegas discounts, vegas shows | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Crazy Prices for Las Vegas Shows, In Adavance

Great priced show tickets form Goldstar click on the links and you will find more dates and more shows and all available to book before you leave home.

Mamma Mia!: Hit Musical to the Songs of ABBA Viva Las Vegas
Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino (Las Vegas, NV)
Wednesday, Nov. 5 @ 7:30pm
Thursday, Nov. 6 @ 7:30pm
and 24 more dates.
Full Price: $82.50 – $110.00    Our Price: $49.50 – $66.00
Rating: No rating yet

A mother, a daughter, three possible dads, and a trip down the aisle you’ll never forget! Mamma Mia! is the world’s number one musical, with more international productions than any other show. Set on a fantasy Greek island, the tale of love and friendship features hit songs by ABBA, including “Dancing Queen,” “Take a Chance on Me,” and “Mama Mia.” Learn More

Penn & Teller: Famous Magic/Comedy Duo at the Rio Viva Las Vegas
Penn & Teller Theater at The Rio (Las Vegas, NV)
Tuesday, Nov. 4 @ 9:00pm
Saturday, Nov. 15 @ 9:00pm
and 12 more dates.
Full Price: $85.00    Our Price: $52.80
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The Rio presents the famous duo of Penn and Teller. Known as the “Bad Boys of Magic”, their irreverent, edgy, and hilarious performances have earned them countless TV appearances, as well as their own show on Showtime. Learn More

The $1,000,000 Vegas Game Show: Live Game Show at the V Theatre
V Theater at the Miracle Mile Shops (Las Vegas, NV)
Monday, Nov. 10 @ 2:30pm
Tuesday, Nov. 11 @ 2:30pm
and 16 more dates.
Full Price: $15.00 – $59.99    Our Price: $7.50 – $29.99
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V Theater hosts The $1,000,000 Vegas Game Show. In this exciting live show, contestants drawn from the audience are chosen to play game show-stule games for the chance to win thousands of dollars in guaranteed cash and prizes, plus a chance at a million-dollar jackpot. Learn MoreLearn More

Award-Winning Comic Magician The Amazing Johnathan
Harmon Theater at Krave (Las Vegas, NV)
Tuesday, Nov. 4 @ 9:00pm
Wednesday, Nov. 5 @ 9:00pm
and 18 more dates.
Full Price: $76.90    Our Price: $38.48
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As seen on Comedy Central and David Letterman, The Amazing Johnathan is a comic magician with exceedingly bizarre humor and unscripted antics that keep audiences on the edge of their seats. His impulsive, raw and abrasive wit, combined with spontaneous magic and impressive special effects, creates a show you shouldn’t turn your back on! Learn MoreLearn More

Dr. Scott Lewis’ Twisted Mind Reading and Outrageous Comedy Hypnosis Show
Le Bistro Theatre at the Riviera (Las Vegas, NV)
Monday, Nov. 10 @ 9:00pm
Monday, Nov. 17 @ 9:00pm
Monday, Nov. 24 @ 9:00pm
Full Price: $29.25    Our Price: $17.75
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Playing at the legendary Riviera Hotel in Las Vegas, Dr. Scott’s comedy show is the funniest and most outrageous hypnosis show you’ll ever see! Watch in amazement as Dr. Scott Lewis hypnotizes his volunteers to become Victoria’s Secret lingerie models, lonely animals looking for mates and even wild guests on the Jerry Springer show. Learn MoreLearn More

November 6, 2008 Posted by | Casinos, entertainment, Holiday, Las Vegas, MGM, Travel, Uncategorized, Vegas | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Mamma Mia to close at Mandalay Bay – final show tickets on sale

The final performance of Mamma Mia will take place at Manadaly Bay on the 4th Januarty and tickets are now on sale from the Mandalay Bay Box Office or by calling 632-7580.

Mamma Mia is the most sucessful Broadway musical to come to Las Vegas with over over 2000 performances. Tickets are for sale from $49.50 to $110, Mamma Mia has has its home at Mandalay Bay since 2003.

October 2, 2008 Posted by | Casinos, entertainment, events, Holiday, Las Vegas, Mandalay bay, shows, Travel, Uncategorized, vegas shows, Vegas Strip | , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment