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Reader Poll April 5, 2001

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#1.  Since Las Vegas is the entertainment capital of the world ... What is your opinion of the cost of entertainment in Las Vegas.  Do you think the Lounge shows, Showrooms shows, Boxing events, and other events around Las Vegas are priced in line?  Why or Why not?

*  The big shows can be a major expense for a family -- over $100 per person.  They don't even throw in the meals and drinks like they used to. But there are plenty of good things available for free. Music, the Las Vegas Experience, the Pirate Ship, the Volcano, etc. The Mardi Gras in the Sky at the Rio and if you are a sexy senior citizen like me, there are thousands of beautiful cocktail waitresses.   HBHWANGO

*  Some of the shows are very expensive but if you think about it , if the Show costs $100.00 for 2 1/2 of entertainment you can lose that in the slot machines or at the tables in just 15 minutes. Thanks for letting me Voice my opinion. Sue

*  Yes I think the prices for some shows prices are out of reach. I'm sure some may be good entertainment but $100.00 for a two hour show is to much. Some entertainers have stayed within reason, as example Wayne Newton. From what I heard he puts on a good show for $50.00.  Thanks for allowing my comments. Don Harrison

*  Does anyone care? What's the point in asking ?  The prices will continue to escalate. I'm old enough to remember when one could see a big star with just the cost of a few drinks or dinner. Show fees were nominal.  We can't afford to see shows anymore. We wait for the entertainer to appear in our city or nearby and see the show for about half the cost. Would like to see shows when visiting Las Vegas but with the cost of rooms and everything else going up, the show just puts the cost of the trip over the top. One has to budget in the loss of a few hundred dollars gambling. We have never won a cent in our five visits to sin city. We're strictly small potatoes. Vegas is there for the big rollers.  Karen V Bujnoski 

*  Most prices are ok, a few shows are priced in the stratosphere i.e. Ziegfried & Roy.    Leonard O'Neil

*  Headliner shows are over priced, seem to charge what ever the traffic will bare.  However, there are many very good shows (both day & night) that are great entertainment and good values.  Steve West

*  Think the prices are to high. Their fine for the high rollers with the bucks but not for the common every day person and I think its the every day people that keep Vegas going.  Evelyn

*  I still like the free lounge entertainment.  Over the past five years of visiting Las Vegas it has become so pricey that I now find myself going only to the lounge shows.  Mel. W.  California

*  Over the years it seems that the Vegas shows just keep getting more out of control on price.  Many of the same entertainers come to my city and the ticket price is half or less.  Not sure why the casinos think that they should charge more just because it is in Vegas.  Linda.

 

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