First all-you-can-eat; now all-you-can-watch

Mac King celebrates his 10th Anniversary in Las Vegas.
Photo: Darrin Bush/Las Vegas News Bureau

Harrah's has thrown down the gauntlet: How many live shows can you squeeze into 48 hours? It's part challenge, part cut-rate deal. For $99 plus tax, you get an All Stage Pass to a variety of shows at eight Harrah's properties in Vegas.

The company's biggest headliners—Elton John, Barry Manilow, Cher and Donny & Marie—aren't part of the deal, and that's sort of a bummer. But 17 second-tier acts are, including a few perennial favorites such as Mac King and Vinny Favorito. (Participants do get "preferred pricing" for a handful of the top acts.)

The clock begins as soon as you buy your passes from the Planet Hollywood box office, which is across from Heart Bar on the casino floor. It might be a good idea to wear jogging shoes so you can scurry from show to show, but we don't recommend combining the All Stage Pass with Harrah's other challenge-cum-bargain—the all-day, all-property buffet pass.


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