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Broadway Week 2017: When is it and when can you buy tickets?

Here's how to take advantage of this special two-for-one ticket offer for shows in September.
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Broadway Week 2017 is approaching and if you ever wanted to see a Broadway show but didn’t want to pay full price, now is your chance to get two-for-one tickets for some of the best shows playing on Broadway in September.

This year, there are 23 Broadway shows to choose from that are playing from September 4-17. Some of the Broadway shows included in the two-for-one deal include: “1984,” “Groundhog Day,” “Hello, Dolly!,” “The Phantom of the Opera,” “Aladdin,” “Anastasia” and “Kinky Boots,” so there is plenty to choose from if you’re looking for a date idea or family-friendly outing.  

“The variety of shows currently on Broadway proves that there’s something for everyone and this is the perfect time to experience it,” said Charlotte St. Martin, President of the Broadway League in a press statement to Playbill.

Broadway’s “The Lion King” is also included in the special two-for-one deal, but according to nycgo.com, all the performances have already sold out.

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According to Playbill, 12 of the 23 shows are new to Broadway Week 2017, making this year’s lineup more exciting than ever.

How to purchase tickets for Broadway Week 2017

To take advantage of the special two-for-one Broadway ticket deal, all you need to do is visit nycgo.com and check out the list of all 23 Broadway included in the Broadway Week 2017 lineup which is from September 4 – 17.

Once you select the show you want to see, make sure you use the code “BWAYWK” to take advantage of the two-for-one deal during Broadway Week.

If you’re feeling fancy and want to upgrade your seating, use the code “BWAYUP” to get better seats with better views for $20 more.

These two-for-one ticket codes can also be used to purchase tickets from Telecharge, Ticketmaster and Hudson Theater.

According to NYC Go, if you’re unable to find seats for the show you’re looking for, it means the show has sold out for tickets included in the special offer. 

 
 
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