Stranded travelers in Las Vegas treated with free show tickets
LAS VEGAS (KSNV News3LV) —
With thousands of flights canceled across the country, the D Las Vegas is trying to brighten the mood of stranded travelers in Las Vegas.
The D Las Vegas is offering free show tickets to those with delayed or canceled flights, including shows like Defending the Caveman and Adam London's Laughternoon, as well as Jokesters Comedy Club.
In order to get the free tickets, those affected must come to the box office at the D with their original ticket or itinerary, showing a departure date of March 13 - 15 going to the east coast and they will get one free ticket to the show (or shows) of their choice. No additional purchase is necessary.
The offer expires March 15 and is not valid on previously purchased tickets.
Adam London's Laughternoon is performed daily at 4 p.m., Defending the Caveman is nightly at 8:40 p.m., and Jokesters is nightly at 10 p.m.