The Ultimate Guide to Getting Broadway Tickets
Jun 6, 2023
Have you been wanting to see A Beautiful Noise: The Neil Diamond Musical on Broadway? Not sure how to obtain tickets? Here are some ways to get Broadway tickets.
Plan Ahead and Research:
One of the first steps in obtaining Broadway tickets is proper planning and research. Start by identifying the shows you’re interested in and check their schedules, ticket prices, and any special offers. Consider the genre, reviews, and recommendations to narrow down your options. Broadway websites, online forums, and social media can be excellent resources for up-to-date information.
To ensure authenticity and avoid scams, always purchase tickets from official sources. The primary authorized seller for Broadway tickets is the official website of each individual show or the official Broadway ticketing platform, such as Telecharge or Ticketmaster. Avoid purchasing from third-party resellers, as they may charge inflated prices or sell counterfeit tickets.
Ticket Alerts and Pre-sales:
Signing up for ticket alerts and pre-sales can give you an advantage. Many shows offer pre-sale opportunities to their subscribers or loyalty program members. Stay connected with Broadway newsletters, follow official social media accounts, and consider joining fan clubs or mailing lists to receive timely updates and exclusive ticket offers.
Rush, Lottery, and Standing Room Only (SRO) Tickets:
Broadway shows often have rush or lottery systems, providing discounted tickets or last-minute opportunities. Rush tickets are sold at a reduced price on the day of the performance, typically on a first-come, first-served basis. Lotteries allow you to enter for a chance to win discounted or free tickets. SRO tickets are available for purchase when all other seats are sold out and allow you to stand in designated areas within the theater.
>> Learn more about our digital lottery: Entries for our digital lottery will start at 12 AM ET one day before each performance, and winners are drawn the same day at 9 AM ET and 3 PM ET. Winners may buy up to 2 tickets at $45 each. Please visit rush.telecharge.com to enter and for additional information.
If you plan to attend a show with a large group, consider group bookings. Many Broadway shows offer special group rates and benefits, which can be a cost-effective way to secure a block of tickets. Check with the individual show’s group sales department for more information and eligibility criteria.
>> Learn more about booking groups: For groups of 10 or more, call Broadway Inbound at 866-302-0995 or book your group online.
We can’t wait to see you at the Broadhurst Theatre!