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UA Showcase 8

The Strip

You can catch the latest blockbuster at the only movie theatre on the Strip, but don't expect lots of locals, any great luxury or cutting-edge cinema technology at this ageing cineplex just north of the MGM Grand. Parking in the Showcase garage is free with validation; if, that is, you can get past the parking lot that is Las Vegas Boulevard.

Name: UA Showcase 8
Address: Showcase Mall, 3785 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Las Vegas

Cross Street: at W Tropicana Avenue
Venue phone: 702 221 2283
Website: http://www.regmovies.com
Transport: Bus Deuce, 201
Price: Admission $9.75-$10; $6.25-$9 reductions; $7 matinees
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