Yet another Tony Award-winning Best Musical is now offering audiences the chance to see a performance at discounted prices without having to resort to the long lines at TKTS.
Avenue Q was one of the nearly thirty shows shuttered by the Broadway stagehands strike that ended this past week.
In an effort to bring back the buzz, the production is offering savings of up to 45% off on various seats through February 12.
Seats ordinarily selling for $111.50 (orchestra, front mezzanine and rear mezzanine rows A-C) are now just $72.50 for Friday evening, Saturday and Sundy matinees. That's a savings of over 35%. For performances during the week (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday evenings), tickets are just $61.50 -- a discount of nearly 45%.
Also included in the offer are tickets priced as low as $46.50.
All you need to do is click here and enter code AQPBX99 or call Telecharge at 212.947.8844.
The fine print on this deal reads as follows:
All prices include a $1.50 facilities fee. Offer valid for select performances through 02/12/08. Not valid for performances 12/17/07-1/6/08 Subject to availability and prior sale. Not valid for the first ten (10) rows of the Orchestra. Limit 8 tickets per order. Normal service charges apply to phone and online orders. Offer may be revoked at any time. All sales final. No refunds or exchanges. Not valid in combination with any other offer. Blackout dates may apply.Look for other offers in this space. I'll post them as I become aware of them.
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