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Half Tix

In case you didn't know this, Las Vegas shows can be expensive. In fact, I often speak to people who do not even consider shows when they are in town because their budget simply will not allow them to even think about attending a show that features a major Las Vegas headliner. So what can be done about that. Well, you can see the free circus acts at Circus Circus or wait in the crowds and experience the Sirens of Ti. Both shows are free and you simply show up and hope to be entertained.

The alternative is to utilize Tix4Tonight and find discounts on Las Vegas shows. You walk over to one of their six booths and see what is being offered for that particular evening. I personally enjoy the adventure of it all because I have seen a few shows this way that I otherwise might have not even considered.

Tix4tonight offers half price Las Vegas show tickets at six locations in Las Vegas:

  • Fashion Show Mall - in front Neiman Marcus
  • Hawaiian Marketplace - Near the Polo Towers
  • North Strip - Just South of the Riviera near the Peppermill
  • Showcase Mall - Next door to the MGM Grand
  • Bill's Gambling Hall
  • Downtown - At the Four Queens Hotel

Want to do the research from home? Try Best of Vegas and compare prices on shows in Las Vegas. They have very competitive prices and typically will have some of the shlws that you will not find at the half-price outlets.

Photograph 2009 Zeke Quezada, licensed to About.com, Inc
September 5, 2009 at 12:54 pm
(1) TravelingGirl says:

Good article! I like visiting Vegas. Before I do I ALWAYS check the coupon sites–especially Savings.com (they don’t keep up expired coupons like many of the sites do). They have tons of Vegas deals, right now there are things like 3 nights for around $200 air + hotel, also show deals, restaurants, all that.

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