Few things are as exciting as Broadway shows. Broadway shows mean enjoyment and merriment in one of the most happening places in the world. With many enjoyable and fantastic plays and concerts running in its theatres, Broadway is a constant hub of activity always.
Broadway tickets can be obtained at ticket counters, ticket agencies, organizations, and brokers.
Research shows that almost 98% of all Broadway tickets are sold by ticket agencies like Tele Charge and Ticket Master. Such agencies usually sell tickets at ‘face value’ and do not allow for any discounts. However, Tele Charge does have ‘special ticket offers’ for some shows. Such tickets are only for students, seniors, and military people and have to be bought in person, showing relevant identity cards.
Ticket counters also sell discounted and normal-priced Broadway tickets. Discounted tickets like ‘rush tickets’ and ‘standing room only tickets’ are available for some selected shows only and sold on the day of the performance. Rush tickets are usually available within $20 to $25.
Usually Broadway tickets of popular shows run out very quickly. Broadway ticket brokers step in here and offer premium seats of those sold-out shows. They normally buy tickets from the public and other people and resell them. Hence, the tickets they offer always have a higher price than the value indicated on the tickets. Almost all genuine and good brokers are licensed members of the National Association of Ticket Brokers and other organizations such as the Better Business Bureau.
Tickco Premium Seating, Tickets Now, Rave Review, Team One Tickets, Tickets.cc, Vivid Seats, BarrysTickets, Webtickets, and Gotickets are some ticket brokers who offer premium seats for almost all Broadway shows.
Discount tickets can be bought by different means. Discount codes on tickets; rush or lottery tickets; standing room only; and student, military, and senior discounts are some types of discount tickets which are available for different types of Broadway shows.
Discounts of nearly 40% to 50% on Broadway tickets are provided by certain companies such as Theater Mania, Playbill, Hitshow Club, Broadway Box, Tele Charge, New York TV Show Tickets, and TKTS among others.