There once was a time that Las Vegas show tickets were very inexpensive, if not available for free. The casino bosses knew if they could get you in the doors with tickets that cost them maybe $50, you were a lot more likely to drop $200 at the blackjack table. Sadly, those days are long gone.
With the mob being replaced by corporations, everything then had to show a profit, and Las Vegas show tickets climbed to the high levels now seen for headlining shows. Small groups are looking at hundreds of dollars for a night out, and even couples are looking at shelling out plenty for a show. Is there any of Old Vegas left when it comes to value?
Well, yes. Seth Grabel, the innovator of Acrobatic Magic has among the most affordable Las Vegas show tickets you can get. His show at Mandalay Bay’s Foundation Room can provide a night out for what you might pay for one ticket elsewhere.