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“VIP access level Very Disappointing and overpriced for what you get”
Review of T-Mobile Arena

T-Mobile Arena
Ranked #22 of 382 things to do in Las Vegas
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Recommended length of visit: More than 3 hours
Owner description: Las Vegas’ hottest new sports and entertainment venue, located just west of the famed Las Vegas Strip, will be officially named T-Mobile Arena. T-Mobile Arena will be the destination in Las Vegas for live events – from amazing music acts to thrilling sporting events – it will set a new standard for what entertainment means in the city that does it best. The 20,000-seat T-Mobile Arena will host ex
Useful Information: Stairs / elevator, Wheelchair access, Food available for purchase, Bathroom facilities
Reviewed 4 April 2018

So disappointing! I don't usually send bad reviews because everyone has a bad day and the next time you go it can be better. However, I feel if I went again, same issues would still be there. For VIP seating, just 'OK' food and lots walking to get to the food and drink.

I was so excited to attend an event at the T-Mobile Arena with "VIP Access" for a hockey game. Which is a special occurrence, not a normal event for me. I was expecting VIP access with some nice amenities, not just a good view of the game. Several of us were informed by the arena staff when we arrived that there was not a VIP entry access, when in fact there is. So missed seeing players practice and other pre-game events, because had to stand in general admission lines adding at least 15 to 20 minutes we did not expect to lose.

I've attended several other arenas where the food and ease to get to the seat or club level is planned better to enjoy the event AND the amenities. Had to walk 1/2 way around the arena to get to the VIP lounge or go down to a different level by elevator. Missed most of the 2nd period of the game while getting snacks and beverages, which were not VIP material -- pizza and burgers. Normally, I don't mind partaking in at a sporting event, but for VIP it's not a great upgrade experience. Not compared to the older SAP Arena or the newer Levi Stadium which offers chef-prepared meals, where the chef serves the food to you.

If choosing VIP level at Las Vegas arena prepare to be offered mediocre snacks in tiny lounges.

1  Thank Sneebster
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Reviewed 4 April 2018

The Golden Knights hockey team are packing in the crowds to the T-Mobile Arena. If you want to see a great hockey team at and outstanding arena then this is it. Keep in mind that parking is a nightmare but just arrive a bit early and you should be able to find a place to park but it will cost you at all of the casino's.

Now the arena is a great venue. Good seats prices not too bad and a great way to spend the night.

Thank Guy_In_Pahrump
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Reviewed 3 April 2018

Easy in and out with great view/ sound for a concert. Drink prices are what you expect. Stay at NewYork New York, or Tram from Excalibur to Luxor or Mandalay for easiest transport.

1  Thank Ethan C
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Reviewed 3 April 2018

We attended the Vegas Knights game on the 28th of March. Knights vs Arizona Coyotes. Being from Winnipeg, seeing the Coyotes play is the second best choice as the Jets weren't in town during our stay.
Winnipeg gets a lot of credit for having the loudest fans. I gotta say, these fans are plenty loud! The show during the game and between periods was really well done. Loved every minute.
It seemed to me that nearly every person attending the game had to enter and leave through the same side of the building. This made for a pretty significant bottleneck after the game.
The seats are comfortable and easy to find. The bathrooms could be more plentiful as everyone needs to go at the same times. The lineup was a full 15 minutes.
The food choices were OK from what I was able to find. I have to say, the selection back home in Winnipeg is more plentiful.
The show, the sound, and the passion of the fans will definitely keep you entertained. It was a highlight of our trip.

Thank ScottHewitt
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Reviewed 2 April 2018

MGM Resorts and partner AEG definitely have a winner on their hands with T-Mobile Arena. The building opened in 2016 with spacious concourses and a modern design, terrific sightlines throughout, and -- only in Vegas -- a nightclub suspended over the ice in the upper level.

Going to a Golden Knights hockey game is like no other experience in the NHL. We went to a late February game, and it was a non-stop party throughout. I've attended NHL games in more than a dozen arenas, and this was the loudest of them all. By far. First of all, the sound system is cranked up tremendously high, with a DJ getting the fans hype before the game. Then, during the game itself, the decibel level soared with the terrific play of the home team. The fans were more knowledgable than expected, given 2017-18 was the first year of the franchise's existence.

We also attended a concert at T-Mobile Arena in 2016 and the acoustics and sightlines were terrific for that show as well.

Thank mcgowan06
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