New VIP Seating at “O”!

If you want to kick it up a notch for your Vegas show experience, be prepared to shell out the big bucks. This VIP experience will cost you $295 per person ($335.45 with tax and fees), but can you really put a price on legroom? Many Las Vegas theaters sardine you in, even when you’re paying top dollar for those front row seats.


The new package features seating much like an opera box in the back of the top tier of the theater where two pairs of more pretty than comfortable blue velvet chairs are arranged around a shared table. In the spacious box, there is plenty of room to stretch out and arrange the seats how you like.

Along with the legroom, guests can choose from a bottle of Veuve Clicquot champagne, red wine or white wine, and nibble on truffles and chocolate-covered strawberries, too. We opted for champagne and there was only a selection of various truffles and chocolates, no strawberries; though, the chocolates were quite tasty and a great complement to the champagne. We only occupied two of the four seats and thus didn’t have to share. A Cirque rep tells us it would be very unlikely that two separate parties would find themselves in the same suite.


In addition to the edible parts of the upgrade, the suites (seven in all) feature personal speakers for premium sound and soundproof drapes which can be parted if you have a large party and want to create a “super suite.” There’s also a call button in case you need to page your server for additional drinks during the performance.

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