First Harrah’s introduced the “Buffet of Buffets” where you could gorge yourself on any Harrah’s Las Vegas buffet. Clearly, this is popular as demand has forced multiple price increases to where this isn’t much of a deal. I’m not sure the All Stage Pass, where upi can see unlimited shows in 48 hours, will have the same success.
For $100 you can see all the shows you want in two days. Show tickets are about $50-60 each, so this could be a really good deal if you are a dedicated show goer. You could see a matinee and night show for two straight days and save a few bucks. I’m usually not a show person, so this isn’t for me.
I don’t see this being as successful as the buffet deal because this country likes to eat as much as they like a bargain. I’m pretty sure they like to eat more than they like to see shows.
Bottom line you can catch Penn & Teller, Peepshow and The Price is Right with this plan and save a few bucks. Find me at the craps table.
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