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With so many options available, the idea of buying tickets to a Broadway show may be daunting. That is why we at The Broadway League, the national trade association for the Broadway industry, have created this easy-to-follow guide to buying a Broadway show ticket.
How to Buy a Broadway Ticket
Broadway Tickets via the Web - The best place to buy your Broadway tickets is directly from the official source. At www.Broadway.org, the Broadway League’s official online headquarters for Broadway information, you will find not only a complete listing of current and upcoming Broadway shows, but also direct links to the official ticketing offices of each show and theatre, offering tickets at all price points directly from the source.
Broadway Tickets via Phone - There are two primary ticket vendors used by almost all Broadway theatres for ticket sales online or via phone: T elecharge at (800) 432-7250 and Ticketmaster at (866) 870-2717. Check the show page on the Broadway.org website to verify the official ticketing office for the show or shows you are interesting in purchasing.
Broadway Tickets via the Box Office - You can always buy tickets in person directly from the theatre’s box office and have the opportunity to select the perfect date and location, and there are no additional service or handling fees. Most box offices are open between 12 p.m. and show time when a show is running at the theatre. You can verify the address and hours via our theatre pages on Broadway.org.
Broadway Tickets via Phone - There are two primary ticket vendors used by Broadway Theatres for ticket sales online or via phone: Telecharge at (800) 432-7250 and Ticketmaster at (866) 870-2717.Broadway shows offer tickets at many different price points. Regular Price tickets generally range from $20 to $175. You can expect to pay higher prices for the best seats to hit shows on weekend nights. On the other hand, you can save money if you’re willing to sit in upper-level mezzanine seats or be flexible about performance dates and times. Some shows offer Premium seating for their best seats. You may be able to find discount tickets for certain shows, but you will have less flexibility in performance date and seat location. For info on group tickets, student tickets, standing room, and rush tickets, check out shows’ individual pages on Broadway.org.
Buying Broadway tickets is easy with our guide to buying a Broadway show ticket!