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Once you have chosen a show, head over to the box office in person and select the perfect seat location on the performance date of your choice. No additional handling fees. You can get theatre addresses here.
All TKTS locations accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover cards, as well as cash, and TKTS Gift Certificates. A small number of Off Broadway shows may require cash only. All tickets are subject to a $7.00 per ticket service charge which helps support other TDF services and programs. Additional non-TDF service charges may apply to some tickets.
Everyone knows that purchasing tickets at TKTS is the best way to get affordable tickets to Broadway and Off Broadway shows. TKTS has been here in Times Square for over 40 years, offering the widest selection of discount tickets. When you purchase at TKTS, you know your seat locations and know exactly what you are paying for.What you may not know is that TKTS is part of a larger entity, TDF, a not-for-profit organization. The $7.00 per ticket service fee (significantly lower than all online sales outlets) doesn't just cover the costs of operating TKTS. It supports a host of programs that bring theatre to many people beyond those of you in line.Whether you're a high school or middle school student who has never attended live theatre, or you have a physical disability - such as mobility issues, severe hearing or vision loss - or someone in your family is on the autism spectrum, TDF has programs and services to break the barriers to attending the theatre! So thank you for your loyal patronage at TKTS and remember, you're not only on your way to a show, the memory of which may stay with you the rest of your life, but you are also helping someone else have that experience. Thank you for your patronage. As a Covid-19 precaution, check out cvs weekly ad to grab a mask and hand sanitizer before heading out.
There is a limit of six tickets per person at TKTS, but if you need more, don't worry! Just have more than one person with you, or speak with a Patron Services Representative, who will assist you in getting the seats.
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 Wicked are some of the more expensive broadway show tickets to buy.
If you want to watch a popular show or you are visiting in busy seasons (such as the summer or Christmas), then booking tickets at least 3 months before is essential. We recommend aiming for 6 months in advance is possible.
How many tickets can I purchase in one transactionYou may purchase tickets for up to nine guests per transaction. For groups of 10+, please call 1-800-BROADWAY x2 or click here.
Can I buy my tickets from somewhere other than the official ticketing partnerFor the best seats and to eliminate the risk of fraud, we recommend you purchase tickets only through our official ticketing system or through our partner Broadway.com. Purchasing tickets from any other seller runs a high risk of receiving fraudulent tickets.
I live outside of the U.S. and would like to purchase tickets. What should I doPlease call the Lyric Theatre Box Office at +1-855-551-9777 who will be able to assist with a ticket purchase.
What is the age suitabilityThe show is suitable for ages 8 and up. All persons entering the theatre, regardless of age, must have a ticket. Children under 5 are not permitted in the theatre. Please note that children under the age of 15 will not be admitted to the theatre without the accompaniment of an adult.
When can I buy tickets in TorontoTickets for the Toronto production are on sale now. To eliminate the risk of fraud, mirvish.com is the official and only ticket source for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child tickets in Toronto.
For sold-out performances, a limited number of $39 standing-room tickets will be available at the box office starting at 12pm for matinees and 5pm for evening performances. Standing-room tickets can be purchased with cash or debit/credit cards. Limit of 1 ticket per person.
A lottery seat can go for as low as $10, but who has time to enter all of them BroadwayADay automatically enters lotteries for your selected shows every day, without you ever having to make ticket-buying a full-time pursuit. Added bonus: The app is free.
Current and Renewed Broadway Subscribers can begin exchanging individual tickets or events from their Broadway Packages to other events/performances in the 23-24 Season as early as the Create-Your-Own pre-sale.
August 2023 (specific date TBD)-- Remaining seats to most 2023-2024 season events will be available for individual sale with no minimum number of events. There is no guarantee that any tickets will be available.
If you're planning a Broadway trip around \"The Music Man,\" then there are a few things to know. For starters, Hugh Jackman is expected to be with the show at least into the fall. At the same time, the show has posted a series of dates in which Jackman will definitely not be appearing as huckster Harold Hill. If you want to see Hollywood's Wolverine singing and dancing in \"The Music Man,\" then you'll want to avoid these already-scheduled Jackman-free dates in 2022: Aug. 15 to Aug. 21; Sept. 5 to Sept. 11; and, Oct. 10 to Oct. 16.
Another consideration: Currently, and through at least April 30, all Broadway shows are enforcing a number of COVID-19 rules for theatergoers. These rules include masks, and proof of vaccination (for those ages 5 and older). For the complete list of requirements, and to check in on possible updates, visit the website for the industry trade group the Broadway League.
Wherever you buy your online tickets, be sure to check out the site's COVID cancellation policies. The good news is, the ticket sites we visited have them, and they're trying to be flexible. But read the fine print before you buy.
Though it's been running for nearly 20 years, the wickedly enduring \"Wicked\" remains one of Broadway's biggest shows: For the week ended March 27, per Broadway League stats, the musical at the Gershwin Theatre was the industry's second-top grosser, behind only \"The Music Man.\"
If you're in the New York City area, or can jet it at a moment's notice, then you can try to nab a \"Wicked\" online bargain via Broadway Direct's lottery system. There, you can enter for a chance to score a ticket (usually for a same-day or next-day performance) at a cut-rate price. \"Wicked\" is one of seven shows currently involved in the program. (And, nope, \"The Music Man\" isn't one of them. Neither is \"Hamilton.\")
If you were priced out of Broadway's \"Hamilton\" a few years ago, when resale tickets for Lin-Manuel Miranda's Tony-winning phenomenon were going for $1,000-plus, then you may want to give the show a second look. Miranda and the original cast may be long gone, but the musical remains a draw, and was Broadway's third-biggest grosser for the week ended March 27. And, best of all for your wallet, ticket prices have dropped considerably.
As with the other shows covered here, the best place to start your search for online tickets is with the production's official site. At last look, the \"Hamilton\" site was advising that best ticket availability was for weeknights this April and May. But once you click the \"get tickets\" button, and are taken to Ticketmaster, you're free to search for dates between now and late October.
Season Subscription and all Tickets and Additional Tickets purchased under any Subscription, are subject to the Broadway Across America Standard Season Subscription Terms and Conditions at www.broadwayacrossamerica.com/standard-season-subscription-terms/ and the 2022-23 HCA Healthcare/TriStar Health Broadway at TPAC offer details at TPAC.ORG/Broadway. By purchasing a Season Subscription, you agree to all such Terms and Conditions.
We sell these seats because for many fans the limited view is not a problem, and the tickets are clearly labeled at time of purchase (see photo below). Limited view seating varies event to event and could be something as small as a tiny corner of the stage being blocked from view. Call our box office at 615-782-4040 for additional information on limited view seating. 59ce067264