How to Get Discount Tickets Online

Here are some things you can do to find cheap discount tickets, online. The first step is to do your research. Look on theater and show web sites to see what typical ticket prices are. With any luck, you won’t be paying full price, but you should know what the full prices are so that you can tell how much of a discount is being offered. With a good idea of how much tickets normally cost, you’ll be able to tell if a $50 discount ticket that you find online is really discounted significantly, or if it is just a small difference from the normal price.

Next, decide what you want to see! This is often the most fun part of the search. Your parameters can be as broad as you like; it is often easier for people who are more flexible to get good discounts on tickets. If you’re planning a trip to New York and want to see a show on Broadway, you might look for a show within specific dates but be more flexible about which of the many wonderful Broadway shows you want to see.

On the other hand, if you’re a big fan of magic shows but have a fairly free schedule, you might want to wait and see when you’ll be able to get discount tickets rather than looking at certain dates. You’re more likely to find a good deal if your search criteria are something like “a family-friendly show this spring” rather than “Shakespeare on April 27 at 8:30 pm”.  Read reviews and consider your priorities to decide what is most important to you.

Once you have a good frame for comparison, and you know what you’re looking for, it’s time to start searching!  Check multiple sites to see how their overall prices compare, and then keep an eye on the ones that you like. Lots of sites even let you set an alert so you’ll get an email when a really good price pops up. Get started on your search now so you can be the next one bragging about the great show you saw!

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