How to Get Discount Tickets to Las Vegas Shows

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From buffets to penthouse suites, Las Vegas tourist attractions can come at a discount if you know how to research bargains. Las Vegas shows are no different. However, to get the deepest discounts on show tickets, you need to have flexibility and time your purchase well so the show does not sell out. In the case of those once-in-a-lifetime concerts or productions that have a limited run, do not risk missing out on a ticket by waiting for a bargain.

Things You'll Need

  • Las Vegas show list
  • Review your options. Consult the listings at the Visit Las Vegas website (visitlasvegas.com). Start with a range of dates and refine your results by selecting the types of shows in which you have an interest. The same site also has a Special Offers section with a very limited selection of deals on Las Vegas nightlife and shows.

  • Cross-reference your list of top shows with the information provided by the properties presenting them. For example, if you want to see the famous variety acts at Circus Circus, go directly to the Circus Circus website to see what types of deals the property offers. Call the property a few times before your arrival in Las Vegas and ask about ticket availability and price ranges. You will glean valuable information about typical ticket inventories and prices, so you may decide if you should purchase tickets in advance or wait to buy seats until the same day of the production.

  • Purchase tickets through a legitimate discount service. Some hotel and casino properties offer packages that include free or discounted tickets to shows. If you have several shows on your list of top choices, consult the current inventory at Tix4tonight (tix4tonight.com). This legal operation has several locations on the Las Vegas strip, but you can only purchase tickets in person, not online. There are many online options for purchasing discounted tickets, including Casino Perks (casinoperks.com) and StubHub (stubhub.com).

  • Check your tickets for any bonuses or restrictions. Some tickets for Las Vegas shows may include drinks, while others may require you to purchase beverages or food.

Tips & Warnings

  • Read the fine print. If you purchase tickets from a third-party service, such as a ticket broker, check the service fees to ensure your total ticket price does not increase dramatically.
  • Avoid purchasing tickets from a scalper. Buying scalped tickets is illegal in Las Vegas.

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