How to Buy Broadway Tickets
Visit, Click, Call! It's easy for theatergoers to get the best seats at the best prices from official sources. Great seats are available at every price point (from premium tickets to student rush tickets) and are easy to buy online, by phone, or in person at theatre box offices.
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If you want to buy same-day, advance or premium tickets in person, there are two easy ways to get the best possible seats. You can visit the theatre's Box Office or come to the Broadway Concierge & Ticket Center the only place in New York where you can get tickets to just about every Broadway and many Off-Broadway shows, all under one roof, as well as full concierge service.
If you’re in Times Square, one of the most secure and dependable ways to get Broadway tickets is right at the theatre’s box office. You’ll avoid high broker mark-ups and can be sure you’re buying genuine tickets from the official source. Most theatres are just steps from Times Square, making it both convenient and cost-effective.
The Broadway Concierge & Ticket Center is the only place in New York where you can get tickets to just about every Broadway and many Off-Broadway shows, all under one roof, as well as full concierge service. The Broadway Concierge & Ticket Center, located in the Times Square Visitor Center and Mini-Museum on 7th Avenue (between 46th and 47th Streets), is the place to go for the best Broadway hospitality and is the official one-stop shopping source for Broadway tickets and information!
The friendly and knowledgeable staff at the Broadway Concierge & Ticket Center offer a wide variety of services, including:
- Broadway information in six languages
- Show assistance
- Day-of and advance ticket purchase (regular and premium priced tickets)
- Restaurant recommendations
- Free neighborhood maps
For most shows, you can get information and tickets by calling Tele-charge (212-239-6200 or 800-432-7250) or Ticketmaster (212-307-4100 or 800-755-4000). Service charges may be added to the price of your tickets.
You can purchase tickets to most Broadway shows online at www.telecharge.com, www.ticketmaster.com, www.playbill.com or www.theatermania.com. Service charges may be added to the price of your tickets.
Discount Tickets from TKTS
You can go to www.tdf.org to get information on the TKTS booths, which offer same-day discounted tickets to dozens of Broadway and Off Broadway shows. Theatre Development Fund's TKTS booth is located at Father Duffy Square (intersection of Broadway & 7th Ave at 47th Street.
The TKTS booth offers discounted tickets to same-day performances for Broadway, Off-Broadway, dance and music events. Tickets are discounted at either 20%, 30%, 40% or 50% off the full price (plus a $4.00 service charge). Availability can change hourly, as cooperating theaters supply tickets.
- For evening performances: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday*, Friday*, Saturday, Sunday: 3pm - 8pm; Tuesday: 2pm - 8pm*
- For matinee performances: Wednesday and Saturday: 10am - 2pm (Please note: no evening tickets are sold from 10am to 2pm at Times Square) Sunday: 11am - 3pm
* If there is a matinee performance for sale on these days, the booth will open at 10am.
The official TKTS® App is now available and is the only way to get accurate, real-time listings of all Broadway and Off Broadway shows available at the world famous TKTS Discount Ticket Booths in New York City.
Call the Actors' Fund of America FundTix line at 800-FUNDTIX, x182, or Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS at 212-840-0770, x229. Tickets are double the box office price, but half is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law and proceeds support the Broadway community by helping someone in need.
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Audience Rewards is a rewards program created for theatergoers and patron of the performing arts to provide lots of entertainment benefits. All you have to do is join. Membership is FREE. Membership also includes invitations to VIP receptions and special offers on dining, travel and, of course, Broadway shows.