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Half Price tickets?

Postby Bad Guy » Thu Jul 18, 2013 9:41 pm

Spending two nights in London in October. Staying at the St. Giles and was considering seeing WWRY on the first night. Looking at ticket prices and for decent seats they start at £67. Are there any codes kicking about to get money off tickets? I know there always used to be, but can't seem to find any.

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Re: Half Price tickets?

Postby Kes » Thu Jul 18, 2013 10:27 pm

Could always have a try of this lot.

http://www.showsinlondon.co.uk/show/we- ... tAodSU4AQA
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Re: Half Price tickets?

Postby JLP » Thu Jul 18, 2013 11:21 pm

Bad Guy wrote:Spending two nights in London in October. Staying at the St. Giles and was considering seeing WWRY on the first night. Looking at ticket prices and for decent seats they start at £67. Are there any codes kicking about to get money off tickets? I know there always used to be, but can't seem to find any.

Over to you, fd. ;)


what days of the week are you looking at? these have offers up to Sept so maybe worth keeping an eye on.

http://www.lovetheatre.com/showpairs/ti ... tAodaicAvg
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Re: Half Price tickets?

Postby Bad Guy » Fri Jul 19, 2013 12:07 am

JLP wrote:
Bad Guy wrote:Spending two nights in London in October. Staying at the St. Giles and was considering seeing WWRY on the first night. Looking at ticket prices and for decent seats they start at £67. Are there any codes kicking about to get money off tickets? I know there always used to be, but can't seem to find any.

Over to you, fd. ;)


what days of the week are you looking at? these have offers up to Sept so maybe worth keeping an eye on.

http://www.lovetheatre.com/showpairs/ti ... tAodaicAvg


Will be a Friday night (18th Oct) which probably isn't the best cos I'd imagine that's when prices are the highest!
 
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Re: Half Price tickets?

Postby USQueenFan » Sat Jul 20, 2013 3:04 am

The TKTS booth in Leicester Square have half price tickets for the show. Make sure you get there early. It can get quite busy and the tickets can sell out.
 
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Re: Half Price tickets?

Postby bluerhap » Sat Jul 20, 2013 8:38 pm

Bad Guy wrote:Spending two nights in London in October. Staying at the St. Giles and was considering seeing WWRY on the first night. Looking at ticket prices and for decent seats they start at £67. Are there any codes kicking about to get money off tickets? I know there always used to be, but can't seem to find any.

Over to you, fd. ;)

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Re: Half Price tickets?

Postby fairydandy » Tue Sep 10, 2013 10:49 pm

Bad Guy wrote:Spending two nights in London in October. Staying at the St. Giles and was considering seeing WWRY on the first night. Looking at ticket prices and for decent seats they start at £67. Are there any codes kicking about to get money off tickets? I know there always used to be, but can't seem to find any.

Over to you, fd. ;)


Hi BG! So sorry, I missed this! Actually, I'm out of the loop these days with tickets as I haven't been myself for ages. You won't have to pay £67 though, no way!

Did you get sorted?
 
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