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Las Vegas Meal Ticket

The Las Vegas Meal Ticket offers visitors a great dining experience for one low price.
Prices from*
$55.00
Per Person

Las Vegas Meal Ticket Details & Tips

  • Show Times Passes can be picked up at Planet Hollywood restaurant at the Forum Shops at Caesars from 9 a.m. - 11 p.m. Sun. - Thu.; 9 a.m. - 12 a.m. Fri. - Sat.
  • Prices From: $55.00
  • Location: Planet Hollywood (map), Caesars Palace
  • Phone Number (866) 80-SHOWS
  • Age Restriction No Age Restriction
  • Additional information: Customers can purchase a meal ticket for 1, 2, 3, or 5 days. Each meal ticket is limited to one breakfast, one lunch and one dinner per day for consecutive days only. Please present your meal ticket card to your server before ordering. Some restaurants may offer restricted menus. Customers can choose to visit the same restaurant for all three meals in one day if they want to.

Las Vegas Meal Ticket

Planet Hollywood, Caesars Palace
3570 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
1-866-983-4279
 
Rated 1.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by So-so but a deal if you get to all three meals The meal ticket was a good deal if you can get all 3 meals done in 24 hours. It did save you a few bucks considering each meal was about $20 per person. So if you use all three meals, instead of $60 you are paying $55. Planet Hollywood had a nice menu. Hofbrau Haus didn't even include your drink. Probably would have been easier to eat where you wanted and cheaper. The only place for breakfast was Planet Hollywood. We didn't even make breakfast so only used 2 meals. It would have been easier if you could just eat any 3 meals in 24 hours and not have to eat breakfast lunch and dinner. April 22, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by don't waste your money I was pretty excited to use this. My wife and i thought it would be great. Try some good food and keep within a budget. Nope, most of the restaurants have a special menu with basic foods sandwiched and hamburgers. The ones that don't require a special menu are fast food style restaurants. If you wanted to eat at the nice restaurants you had to buy show tickets to a show. We didn't receive an up to date restaurant list just a printed out piece of paper with them on it and told to visit there website for a updated list there was No list there. We ended up 80 dollars from the price we paid and eating food we wanted. not all but most restaurants are in planet hollywood. DO NOT BUY. AVOID!!!! March 29, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Las Vegas Meal Ticket Fraud Las Vegas Meal Ticket is OK but for one restaurant, the Spice Market Buffet, which REFUSED our Las Vegas Meal Ticket, stating that we had to walk 1/2 mile to the V-Theater, endure a sales pitch to buy their show, in order to get a ticket for the Spice Market Buffet. None of this is stated on the Las Vegas Meal Ticket website and is possibly unknown by them. I am 60, a stroke victim, and can barely walk 100 feet, much less 1/2 mile! The Spice Market Buffet was extremely rude and absolutely unsympathetic to my handicapped plight! January 19, 2013
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