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Reader Polls Feedback for:  March 15, through March 24, 2012
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Last week we asked our Readers about the new SkuVue Observation Wheel project being built across the famous Las Vegas Strip from the Mandalay Bay Casino. This week Readers Poll ask the question what is a fair price to ride this new project once it is completed on July 2013?  What is your opinion? We want to hear from you!    ( See other readers opinions below.) 


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Reader Poll Replies:

I would pay $20 for a ride if it lasted for a while, hopefully a half hour.  Gene Newsome

Not sure but i am sure the price is twice what i think would be fair.  $15-20 would be fine with me.  LInda G.  NYC NY

If it costs less than $30 it should be a hit.  Maybe my casino host can help me get free passes.  Ron Mannors

$24.99.  Kyle Lalonde  Windsor Ontario Canada

i think no more then 7.00 bucks for a ticket,  paul kasper  appleton wis

I think the Wheel is STUPID! Mostly because of it's location whit it being at the "end" of the strip. I think somthing atop the MGM or New York, New y0ork would be better. As far as price it should be kept low say around $7.00 for 2/3 time around.   chuck dixon  berkley, mi.

A fair price would be $10 for adults and $5 for children. By keeping the prices low, the ridership would be high and a great number of people would be able to see Las Vegas in a new and novel way.  Louise Smith  Cowansville, Quebec  Canada

Well, back in the "good old days" when entetainment was a way of bringing players into your casino, the price would be nominal, say $5.00 without a players card and $3.00 with one. These days, "squeeze every possible penny out of the visitors you can", it will be $25.00 or more unless you are a high roller who could afford it at any price in which
case it will be free. I don't plan to ride it at any price, I'd rather ride the monorail on good old terre firma.  William Lockhart  Waterford, NY

$15.00  Staci Francis  DeForest, WI

No more than $10, with a free ride after the 10th one purchased!  Ingrid Cogdill  Eagle River, Alaska

I think it will be cool. Dont have problem where you put it.  Steven Evans Modesto Country

Probably take a ride if under $15, any more than that it does not interest me.  Gina D.

 I think that a fair price for this wheel should be $15.95. I mean where else can you really see all of Vegas but on this wheel. Even though myself I am afraid of heights I would definitely give it a whirl. Elaine Morris  Oakwood Village, Ohio

10 Bucks if the want it to last more than a few months!  Howard Kendall  Indianapolis

I thinks $12 is a fair price to pay for this ride.   Cheri Wilson  Lancaster, Pa

Given the fact that the strip already has two observation tower, that being the Stratosphere and the Eiffel Tower I dont think much of the Ferris Wheel idea. I wouldn't pay more than $10 for a ride.  Helm Heller  Arlington Heights

Price should be 10.00 per adult, Casinos should offer a discount ticket with a package deal or so many nights stay. Casinos could also have tickets for x amount of slot play to give there customers. Thomas Stapp  Conyers / Georgia

I have been on the London Eye, so a charge of about $15.00 per person would be reasonable.  Lesley Maskell United Kingdom

$7.11   Steve Niers  Sharon MA

The fair price should be 9.95.  mark hibbing  anaheim ca

My opinion is $15.00 per person is a fair price.....look like it will be an adventurous experience and i would definetly pay 15.00 to ride it. I would also check out everything else that is attached to it.  julia frierson  Ewa Beach, Hawaii

 

 

 

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