Who says Broadway Tickets Are Expensive?

One of the most tragic consumer beliefs about Broadway tickets is that they are expensive.

We won’t get into how that belief came to be or whether or not it’s all tickets that are expensive or it’s just some tickets to some shows.  

What we need to do is do something to break that belief.

And the simplest and easiest way to do that – cut our prices.

Which is why NYC Broadway Week exists.  

Right now, like RIGHT NOW, you can purchase 2-for-1 tickets (yep, 50% off) for almost all the Broadway shows running right now (23 to be exact).  

And here’s one of the most unique things about Broadway Week.  It’s three weeks long.  I know, I know, but it’s called Broadway Week.  Well, don’t tell anyone.  It’ll just be our little secret.

But you can get 50% off tickets to all those shows, and yes, including mine (click here for Harmony and here for A Beautiful Noise), for performances from 1/16 – 2/4.  

What a great time to see the show you’ve been waiting to see.

Or what a great time to see a show that you’ve been on the fence about . . . because now it’s just not as much of a risk.  (Oh, and if my shows qualify as “on the fence” for you?  I’ll give you a better reason to give them a shot – I’ll personally guarantee them – see them during Broadway Week and if you don’t love ‘em, let me know.  I’ll give you your 2-for-1 back.)

So are Broadway Tickets expensive?  We’ll save that for another article.

But one thing is true . . . from 1/16 – 2/4, they are less expensive than they were.

Get your 2-for-1 Broadway Week tickets for those 3 weeks here and here.

If the links above don’t work, click here for A Beautiful Noise or here for Harmony and use the code BWAYWK24 at check out.

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