How To Get Cheap, Free, Bargain and Discount Broadway Tickets

Broadway tickets can be purchased for the normal FULL ticket price from TELECHARGE or TICKETMASTER. These ticket companies make an additional booking charge and they can only ever offer the seat at the FULL ticket price - The same price as you would pay if you went directly to the Broadway theater box office, which can be around $100+ per ticket.
THIS IS JUST TOO EXPENSIVE - We offer some great alternatives below to get discount Broadway tickets
in New York City

Discount Ticket Codes Click here for more information
Discount ticket codes are secret codes that exist for every Broadway show - They are given out for marketing purposes and they enable the bearer to get huge discounts off the price of a Broadway Show Ticket. We list these discount codes for all the top Broadway shows in the Discount Broadway Ticket Guide. (We charge a $3 fee for access to the guide)

Starving Artist Tickets Click here for more information
These tickets are designed for artists and are usually the best seats in the house for the very top shows for $20. The theaters usually reserve the first three rows for these seats.
Sometimes the audience in these seats may get wet during the performance, but usually a show will supply rainwear or clean up gear. We tell you how to get these tickets in the Discount Broadway Ticket Guide. (We charge a $3 fee for access to the guide)

Rush tickets Click here for more information
Normally available either when the box office opens or a few hours before the production starts. Rush tickets are normally about $20-25 each. Sometimes a student ID is required to purchase tickets (though often with one student ID, two tickets can be purchased and there are always students hanging around to let you borrow their services ! ).
Many times, box offices will only accept cash as payment for rush tickets, so arrive at the box office prepared. We will tell you all the shows that offer this and how to get the rush tickets - All the secrets that the box office won't tell you ! We tell you how to get these tickets in the Discount Broadway Ticket Guide. (We charge a $3 fee for access to the guide)

Standing Room Only Click here for more information
These tickets do not guarantee that you will get a seat, but you will get into the theater - where you will see the show and possibly get a seat. (Depending on how many seats remain vacant after the performance has started) This is an extremely cheap way of getting into a show, with the average running at $20 for the very top shows on Broadway. Many times, box offices will only accept cash as payment for SRO tickets, so arrive at the box office prepared. We will tell you all the shows that offer this service and how to get the SRO tickets - All the secrets that the box office won't tell you ! We tell you how to get these tickets in the Discount Broadway Ticket Guide. (We charge a $3 fee for access to the guide)

E-mail Alerts Click here for more information on alerts
We often get contacted by Broadway shows that want to fill a theater on a specific day. The cost is usually very low or free. As this is usually one time events we don't usually post the details on this site, but if you sign up for our newsletter we will alert you when they become available.

Half Price Ticket Stand Click here for more details
Located in Duffy Square (Times Square) the discount ticket booth, or TKTS booth as it is sometimes known, offers same-day tickets to the less popular or "On the wane" Broadway and off-Broadway shows at up to 50 percent off their original prices.

Student and Charity Tickets Click here for more details
There are some agencies and clubs in New York City that sell Student and charity Broadway Show tickets where the price is discounted to a level where schools and charities can afford them on their budget. We list each of the organizations and the requirements here.

Applause Discount Ticket Broker Click here to go to the Applause website
When shows are "sold out" ticket prices tend to go insane, so you may need a ticket broker that brings some sanity to the equation.
Although this broker does not usually sell a ticket below what you can buy them for at the box office, they do not inflate the ticket very much when the show achieves the "Sold Out" status.

Click here for the list of current Broadway shows

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