The Sunday Giveaway: A $100 Goldstar Gift Certificate!

You know what’s better than tickets?

Cash to buy tickets.

And that’s what’s coming to you today, thanks to our friends from Goldstar, the discount ticket site that started out West and is so big out there . . . that a lot of people think it’s the Telecharge or Ticketmaster of the West Coast.

Now that’s branding, right?

Goldstar arrived on our shores several years ago and has been providing great ticket deals to NYC audiences ever since.

And get this, they’ve started this really fun initiative called “Show Day” taking place on December 26th, encouraging all of us to get out and see a show, with Cyndi Lauper as the day’s Grand Marshall!

To help promote that day, they’ve given me $100 in Goldstar bucks to give to you to spend on their site . . . and they’ve got all sorts of shows on there, including a couple of mine, BTWs.

Do you want the $100?

Here’s how to win.

Goldstar’s “Show Day” promotion is a terrific effort to start a new tradition the day AFTER Christmas, after all the unwrapping, eating, etc. is done.

Do you have a post-Xmas tradition?  What do you do after all the Santa stuff is over?  Are you a Chinese food and movie family?  (And why isn’t that Chinese food and a show?)

Tell me your holiday tradition on the day of or day after Christmas, and you could win $100.  Comment below!


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