Lowest Price: $27
$27 - Standing Room - available at the box office, only when the performance is sold out. They are sold in advance or same day, if available. There are only 28 standing room positions.
What else is out there:
$43 Playbill Club: This site gives you access to discount code for tickets. It redirects through other ticketing sites telecharge, ticketmaster, ticket central, etc. and those add fees. For this ticket: $29, added fees: $14. Price varies from date and seating.
$43 Broadwaybox - This site gives you access to a discount code for tickets. It redirects through other ticketing sites telecharge, ticketmaster, ticket central, etc. and those add fees. For this ticket: $29, added fees: $14
$43 TheaterMania - This site gives you access to a discount code for tickets. It redirects through other ticketing sites, and some fees may apply. For this ticket: $29, added fees: $14
$42 - Online Lottery - a limited number of seats will be available for every performance online. For matinee performances, entries must be submitted by 11AM; for evening performances by 3PM. Winners, who may purchase up to two tickets, will be notified via email or text by 11:30 AM for matinees and 3:30 PM for evenings. Winners must bring a photo ID to claim their tickets at the box office at least two hours before the performance. The lottery will be good for all eight of the musical’s weekly performances. The front row of the orchestra section is among the ticket locations. Ticket: $40, added fees: $2
$51 TDF - A membership program that gives you access to tickets, to join costs $30 a year. For this ticket, $47 added fees: $4 handling charge
$57.50 TodayTix - A free app that gives you access to theater tickets within a week. For this ticket: $45, added fees: $12.50 surcharge
$74.50 Average TKTS Price. (Prices Range from $29- $169) You have to go there to buy a ticket, you can’t access online. But it’s usually good seats. So it’s more buck but more bang. See today's price
What It Is About:
A disfigured musical genius haunts the catacombs beneath the Paris Opera and exerts strange control over a lovely young soprano. Based on "Le Fantome de L'Opera" by Gaston Leroux.
When It Is:
Starts: Now Showing
Ends: December 2018
Mon, Wed, Thurs, Fri, Sat - 8pm
Tues - 7pm
Thurs, Sat - 2pm
Where It Is:
More information at www.thephantomoftheopera.com
Read more about the show on PXP:
In my eyes, the Phantom’s driving force was his jealousy of other people’s ability to live life while he was hidden in the shadows.
Everything about the show gave me Beauty and the Beast vibes without the talking furniture and dinnerware (sidenote: I rooted for the Beast one hundred percent more than the Phantom)...