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Monday, October 1, 2007

How to get discounted tickets to Broadway shows

Most people know that in order to get discount tickets for Broadway and Off Broadway shows, you can go to the TDF Half Price Ticket Booth on the day of the show, wait in line, and see what tickets are available when you get to the window. There are also a number of websites that offer tickets at 25-40% off- Theatermania and Broadway Box, to name a few. But there are a few other options that audience members have to see shows at a good price: Rush, Student Rush and Standing Room Only (SRO).

Playbill.com has published an article explaining the ins and outs of these types of tickets. You can also head over to Talkin' Broadway to see an up-to-date list of shows and their SRO/Rush policies. In addition, many theaters, including Roundabout Theater Company and Playwrights Horizons have programs where people under the age of 30 can see shows at a discounted rate. All you need to do is visit the show website and check to see what rates they currently have available.

Hope you get out there and see some great, New York theater!

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