- Show Type: Variety
- Venue: The Roman Plaza at Caesars Palace
- Location: Strip
- Length of Show: 90 minutes
- Show Times: Wed-Sun: 7:30pm and 9:30pm
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How to get discount tickets to Absinthe in Las Vegas
Las Vegas Weekly recently named Absinthe as the number one show in the history of Las Vegas. The provocative and exciting show is a blend of carnivals theatrics and outlandish acts that will blow your mind under Spiegelworld’s tent at Caesar’s Palace.
Absinthe Ticket Types
One of the best things about Absinthe is the pre-show called Get Lit with Gazillionaire Under the Absinthe Electric Oak. “The Gazillionaire” is the producer of Absinthe, and an extremely limited number of guests can join him for cocktails and food before the 90-minute show. Tickets to the preshow
Absinthe tickets range from $99-$249 each. Premium VIP seats and Impressario Reserve tickets allow you to sit directly in front of the stage on a cushioned seat with a complimentary beverage.
Getting Discount Absinthe Discount Tickets
Absinthe is the best show to see in Vegas if you have no idea what to see, but with tickets starting at nearly $100 each the night can quickly become expensive. Lucky for you, there are several ways to get discount tickets to Absinthe in Las Vegas.
Usually some of the best prices and sometimes offering promo code and seasonal discounts.
Absinthe Ticketmaster Tickets
Buy tickets at one of the most reliable ticket vendors with Ticketmaster.
Direct from Venue Tickets
Purchasing directly from Caesar’s Palace box office can score you some great discounts, especially if you are a Caesars Rewards member.
The gaming card helps you earn rewards towards Caesar entertainment and gambling, gets you presale access to different shows, room upgrades, free valet parking, and access to the priority lines throughout the property.
Absinthe Groupon Discount Tickets
Groupon is a great online retailer for finding discounts and bundle pricing on Las Vegas shows.
There currently are no discounts, but that could change at any time. Absinthe rarely has discounts on Groupon and you are better off checking Ticketmaster.
Absinthe StubHub Tickets
StubHub can be a great place to get last-minute tickets, especially if the show is sold out at the venue or through other retailers because StubHub offers resale tickets.
You can buy resell tickets to Absinthe there which may or may not be cheaper than the ticket price.
Bundles and Packages
Spiegelworld.com offers dinner and a show bundle packages for Absinthe. Booking through Spiegelworld is much better than booking through the Caesars Palace Box Office or website.
Dinner and show packages through Spiegelworld include options to dine after the show at Café Americano with a curated menu with appetizer and entrée and a complimentary cocktail
Dine before or after the show at Smoked Burgers & BBQ with a curated menu including appetizer, entrée, and dessert with a complimentary cocktail for after-show dining
Dine at Searsucker before or after the show with a curated menu including appetizer, entrée, and dessert as well as an engraved copper-plated mug with a Russian Acrobat Mule to drink.
Absinthe Tix4Tonight Discounts
Tix4Tonight is a last-minute ticket seller with multiple locations along the strip including near the Forum Shoppes. Tix4Tonight offers 42% off the retail price for Absinthe, but you can only buy tickets the day before or day of the show. If you’re in Vegas and looking for a last-minute deal you can snag on a whim, Tix4Tonight is the place to check out on the strip.
When to Buy Absinthe Tickets
Buy Absinthe tickets in advance if you want to be guaranteed to see the show while you are in Las Vegas. The show is very popular, and with only 11 rows has very limited seating.
If you want VIP seating or any of the premium sections, make sure to book at least a few weeks in advance of your trip to Las Vegas.
What Else You Need to Know About the Show
The best way to get to Spiegelworld’s Tent is to park at the front valet at Caesar’s then walk down the Roman Plaza. The large red and white tent is right on the street.
Absinthe is not intended for children. The subject matter pushes boundaries and should be seen with an open mind by adults 18 and older.
There is no bad seat in the circular round style house. There are only 11 rows all the way around, so no seat is far from the stage.