Broadway Week in New York City: How To Take Advantage of Last-Minute Ticket Deals

September 14, 2016

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If you're late to the party, no need to worry. While Broadway Week officially launched last Monday, September 5, there are still a solid four days left for New York residents and tourists to take advantage of some of the cheapest tickets available on Broadway.

Until September 18, Broadway producers and NYC & Company allows buyers a two-for-one ticket deal for certain shows, as well as a seat upgrade option for just $20. Shows include An American in Paris, School of Rock, Fiddler on the Roof, Chicago, The Color Purple, Kinky Boots, and more. Unfortunately, Hamilton is not included on the list.

The ticket discounts include the purchase of 2 tickets for the price of 1, using the code BWAYWK in the offer code box above the interactive seat map. An upgrade offer is also available, and allows buyers the opportunity to purchase better seat locations by simply paying $20 more per ticket. The upgrade code is BWAYUP, and can be applied in the offer code box above the interactive seat map.

Although primary Broadway tickets are generally always cheaper than tickets on the secondary market, many shows are quick to sell out on the primary market, forcing fans to rely on the resale market. A list of Telecharge shows with some of the biggest discounts of the year can be viewed here.

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