Las Vegas Advisor: Las Vegas shows return with skyrocketing prices

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The shows are back, and so are their ever-increasing prices.

After counting ticket prices from 91 active shows, the average price stands at $104.26 per ticket, the highest total ever in this annual LasVegasAdvisor.com survey and the first time the average has been higher. at $100. And it could have been worse.

While most of the priciest productions (Blue Man, Absinthe, Cirque shows) are back, mini-residency headliners (Rod Stewart, Katie Perry, Lionel Ritchie) still aren’t playing enough dates to include them in the survey. These can cost $300 and up, so if you count those, the average skyrockets. The highest average was Donny Osmond at Harrah’s, at $275.19.

Advantageous tickets: The lowest base price (excluding taxes and fees) in this year’s survey was for Mike Hammer at Four Queens, at $34.34. After that, the lowest base ticket prices are for “The Comedy Works” at The Plaza ($39.24), Hypnosis Unleashed at Four Queens ($39.79), and Gordie Brown at the Golden Nugget ($48.12). $).

gospel brunch: The last buffet to return is the Gospel Brunch at the House of Blues in Mandalay Bay. Starting April 17, the buffet will be available for $54.50 adults and $27.50 11 and under.

It will be offered one Sunday per month, at least to start with. Previously, it operated every Sunday.

Venetian Supper Club: The Venetian announced the opening of a new dining-entertainment venue modeled after Mayfair at the Bellagio and Delilah at the Wynn. The Villa Azur supper club will debut at the Canal Shoppes this spring.

Question: How many buffets have reopened in Las Vegas?

To respond: Including the Gospel Brunch, there are 12 buffets.

The others are at Caesars Palace, Bellagio, Wynn, Excalibur, South Point, Cosmopolitan, MGM Grand, Luxor, Rampart, Circus Circus and Main Street Station.


For more information on current Las Vegas shows, buffets, coupons and deals, go to LasVegasAdvisor.com.


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