We had one of those Entertainment Book coupons and felt it would be worth seeing. Just up front I need to give you a bit of advice. We booked our show out front from the show, and of course got up sold and cross sold like crazy to sit in on some sales presentation by this guy named Jeff at the booking stand. Heck all we wanted was to book our show for that evening. Did not really appreciate it and worse yet, when I wanted to use my coupon I was told it was only for the Standard dinner and not for the deluxe. But he "gave us a discount" for the deluxe show, which later I found the couple we sat with was able to use their Entertainment discount coupon (50% off). Oh, and Jeff's "discounted" price you can get just by going on line and printing out a 10% coupon. So no deal here and I basically overpaid by $100. Book your show by the phone so you do not have to deal with the "street vendor" salesman out front. Also plan on being there by 5pm at the latest if you are doing the dinner portion. They try to serve food before the show that started around 6pm.
Now you would think I'd give the show a bad rating for all of that, but the show was very good. Great entertainment, funny, much better than I thought it was going to be. Food, not so much. Even with the deluxe dinner, the food was good, but not something to brag about. We sat with a local couple who were celebrating their anniversary. We all had fun with the show and they felt the same about the food. Before we left I gave them my unused Entertainment Book coupon, since I would not be coming back again before the year ends. Maybe they can use it for another 1/2 price show.
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