"All Stage Pass" From Harrah's Entertainment, (No Longer Available)

As far as I can tell this incredible deal is no longer available. That does not meal that the shows are not still up and running. The great shows are still going on and in some instances you can still find really good deals for some of the shows that were on the initial list.

Harrah's Entertainment in Las Vegas is offering an "All Stage Pass" that will allow you to enjoy as many of the 15 select shows as you can in 48 hours.

A one time fee of $99 if you are a Total Rewards member (It’s free to join) or $119 for non-members.

These are your show options:

Jubilee! (7:30 p.m. & 10:30 p.m.)
Matt Goss (10:00 p.m.)
Mac King (1:00 & 3:00 p.m.)
The Improv (8:30 p.m. & 10:30 p.m.)
The Rat Pack is Back at Rio
Chippendales (8:00 p.m.)
Jeff Civillico
Divas Las Vegas
MJ Live at Rio Las Vegas
Anthony Cools (9:00 p.m.)
Defending the Caveman
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This is how I would break up my show viewing if I was going to attempt to get in a record number of shows. Not sure if you’ll have time to eat but you will be entertained.

Day 1 – Buy the "All Stage Pass" at 7:45
8:00 Chippendales
10:00 Matt Goss

Day 2
1:00 Mac King
7:30 Legends in Concert or Human Nature
9:00 Anthony Cools
10:30 Divas Las Vegas

Day 3
2:30 Jeff Civillico 7:30 Jubilee

You can have a fun adventure in Las Vegas and be entertained with the Harrah’s "All Stage Pass".

The Fine Print from Harrah’s Entertainment on the "All Stage Pass"
The All Stage Pass allows guests to see as many of the 15 shows offered within 48 hours of purchase and is priced at $99 (plus tax and fees) for Harrah’s Total Rewards members, $119 (plus tax and fees) for non-members.

All Stage Pass holders receive preferred pricing of just $40 (plus tax) per ticket for premium shows including Cher, Donny & Marie, Barry Manilow and Penn & Teller.

All Stage Pass can be purchased at the Planet Hollywood box office located on the casino floor across from the Heart Bar. After purchasing an All Stage Pass, guests simply visit the box office at the property of the show they would like to see and present their pass for one ticket. Tickets to shows are based on availability and can be picked up no more than two hours in advance of show time.

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