$18 – 'Outrageously Funny' Show in Las Vegas, Half Off
"Defending the Caveman" celebrates its 10th year in Las Vegas and 11 million tickets sold worldwide.
"Defending the Caveman" has been called "outrageously funny and surprisingly sweet" by the Chicago Sun-Times. With this offer, tickets to the critically acclaimed show that comically explores the gender gap are up to 50% off for Travelzoo members through Dec. 31.
Tickets are available at the D in downtown Las Vegas in the following sections:
- Reserved ... $18.48 (reg. $36.95)
- VIP ... $23.48 (reg. $46.95)
- Platinum VIP ... $30.98 (reg. $61.95)
VIP tickets include priority seating at cocktail tables and a souvenir "Defending the Caveman" T-shirt. Platinum VIP includes first seating at a booth or cocktail table, a drink from the Showroom Bar, souvenir T-shirt and photo.
Las Vegas Entertainer of the Year (2008) Kevin Burke stars in the role of Caveman for most performances of the show. "Defending the Caveman" celebrates its 10th year in Las Vegas in 2017 and more than 11 million tickets sold worldwide. The show holds the record as the longest-running solo play in Broadway history.
Book by May 31.
When You Can Go
Through Dec. 31
How to Book
Book online at 'Defending the Caveman'
- Select a performance date from the calendar, then click "Buy Tickets."
- Choose a full price ticket and quantity, then click "Quick Pick Tickets."
- Enter ZOO17 in the coupon code box, then click "Unlock."
- Use the drop-down that says "Select Pricing" to select "Travelzoo Regular" or "Travelzoo VIP" or "Travelzoo Platinum VIP."
- Select "Proceed to Checkout" to book.
Fees: Taxes and fees of $9.11-$11.24 per ticket and $2.50 per order will be additional.
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