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How To Buy Tickets To A Broadway Show


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How To Buy Tickets To A Broadway Show


You can go here to get information on the TKTS booths, which offer same-day discounted tickets to dozens of Broadway and Off Broadway shows. Theatre Development Fund's TKTS booth is located at Father Duffy Square, at the intersection of Broadway & 7th Ave at 47th Street.


The official TKTS App is now available and is the only way to get accurate, real-time listings of all Broadway and Off Broadway shows available at the world famous TKTS Discount Ticket Booths in New York City.


GivenikGet discount tickets, premium seats, and group rates to Broadway and Off-Broadway shows while supporting your favorite charity. While buying a ticket, pick one of their partner charities; Givenik will donate 5% of your ticket price to that charity.


Damon Runyon Broadway Ticket ServiceThe Damon Runyon Broadway Ticket Service allows customers to support cancer research from the best seats in the theater, offering premier seats to nearly every show on Broadway. Every purchase includes a voluntary tax-deductible donation. Tickets go on sale on the first weekday of each month for shows taking place the following month.


Audience Rewards is a rewards program created for theatergoers and patrons of the performing arts. All you have to do is join; membership is free and includes invitations to VIP receptions and special offers on dining, travel and, of course, Broadway shows.


With so many options available, the idea of buying tickets to a Broadway show may be daunting. That is why we at The Broadway League, the national trade association for the Broadway industry, have created this easy-to-follow guide to buying a Broadway show ticket.


Broadway Tickets via Phone - There are two primary ticket vendors used by almost all Broadway theatres for ticket sales online or via phone: Telecharge at 212-239-6200 and Ticketmaster at 866- 870-2717. Check the show page on the Broadway.org website to verify the official ticketing office for the show or shows you are interesting in purchasing.


However, one thing that can be tricky when visiting New York (especially in the busier seasons), is managing to get tickets at all and get tickets at a decent price. So as the thoughtful theatre lover that I am, I have shared some top tips for buying Broadway tickets in New York City.


If the show you desperately want to see is sold out, you can head to the theatre several hours before to see if there are any tickets available at the door. Some people may have returned their tickets if they are unable to make the show, meaning a small handful may be available at the box office.


To avoid heartbreak when your favorite show is sold out, you can book tickets in advance on BroadwayBox.com. They are known for offering the best prices on broadway tickets with some great discounts available!


The Playbill website has a whole section of discounts that are available for various shows. Browse the offers, print the discount vouchers, and use these at the Theatre Box Office to save money on your tickets.


There are many pros and cons to living in New York City, but one massive pro is that you can take advantage of the Theatre Lottery. Some productions offer a ticket lottery for those looking for same-day tickets. This means you can get discounted tickets but may not be guaranteed tickets until later in the day. Check the TodayTix app or the guide on playbill.com to see what your chosen production/theatre offers.


You can opt to save a lot of money by seeing a show off-Broadway, meaning the show may have a smaller budget or may be less popular but in my experience, they are still just as good. You could also try and get Shakespeare in the Park tickets; there are a few ways you can get tickets and performances to run in the warmer months.


Tickets range from $20 to $175 depending on which show you watch. Chicago, The Phantom of the Opera and Kinky Boots are some of the cheapest Broadway shows you can watch whilst Hamilton, Frozen, The Lion King, Aladdin and




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