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T-Mobile Suite & Seating Question - HELP

Discussion in 'Events & Entertainment' started by FN_TX, Jun 8, 2016.

  1. FN_TX

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    Going to be in Vegas to see Garth. I have suite tickets and was wondering if anyone has experienced a concert while sitting in those seats? Do they have good views? Is it worth it? Is food catered or do we order from the waiter?
     
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    Unless it's a bunker suite it's going to be high up.

    The suite will have a layout of food and a waitress with a full bar and other drinks.
     
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    suites are in the middle above section section 100 below the top level there fine.there not on the roof like most venues also there are suites in the 100 sections.
    i would skip a suite and get a good seat in the bud lite lounge section or jack daniels sections .there the best to see a show from.
     
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    +1 for the Bud Lite & Jack Daniels lounge sections. I've seen shows from both of them and recommend arriving on the early side of things, so you can cop a seat right on the rail. Each of the two lounges has 3 dining options: two meat carving stations, and a grab-n-go featuring things like salad in a cup, prepackaged sushi, fruit & cookies. Bar is in the center and drinks are expensive. I did like the Atomic Fizz which was $20 w/tip.
     
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    This is exactly what I needed. Going to see about getting seats in section 4
     
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    read my story in vegasbright.com it breaks down were u want to sit to see the show

    its also posted hee just do a search for it
     
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    Paper - Thanks! I read your article as well but was really looking for answers about the suites instead of the lounges. All in all I am going to ask for lower tickets in those sections you mentioned.
     
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    much better idea as ur only there for 2 hours and there better seats with basicaly the same amenities , just get low rows closest to the stage . seats have cup holders and are big and cushy.

    u need to go in thru the suites to get to the seats , its kinda a private section .for the lounges also thats how u get into the suites above them
     

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