Broadway Ticket Discounts
- For discount codes, check BroadwayBox, Playbill, and Theatermania. These discount codes can be used online or at the theatre box office.
- TKTS booths sell discounted same-day tickets. Some locations also sell discounted next-day tickets to matinees. Use the TKTS app to see what's available each day at each location.
- Check the TodayTix app for various discounted tickets.
- Most shows offer rush and/or lottery tickets. Some shows offer SRO (standing room only) tickets when a performance is sold out. This Playbill page outlines the policies for current shows.
- See if you qualify for TDF. If so, you can join and get access to their discounted tickets.
- During NYC Broadway Week, many shows offer 2-for-1 tickets. NYC Broadway Week usually happens twice a year (recent examples: January 16–February 4, 2024 and September 4–17, 2023). Check their website for dates and participating shows.
- For Roundabout Theatre Company productions, check Access Roundabout for a variety of ways to get affordable tickets, including Hiptix for young theatregoers and Access10 for early preview performances.
- For Lincoln Center Theater productions, if you're 21–35 and a U.S. resident, you can get affordable tickets through its LincTix program.
- StubHub may be an option for last-minute tickets. Prices can drop significantly close to show start times.
Broadway — Other
- When deciding which seats to buy for a particular show, it can be helpful to check A View From My Seat. You can see what the views are like from specific seats in a theatre, thanks to audience members who share pictures of their views from their seats.
North American Tours
- Tours To You provides information about touring productions in North America.