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free tix to the big knife?
Posted by beensince1987 2013-01-14 10:26:39


did roundabout change the system?

i bought tix to the big knife with code and last row (g) came out as $0.00.
is this a mistake?

also couldn't choose seats like before, what gives?

free tix to the big knife?
Posted by wdwfreak 2013-01-14 10:33:53


I saw that too... Did you buy the tickets for the $0.00 amount? I'm contemplating buying them and if they charge me later, they charge me the $10.

free tix to the big knife?
Posted by beensince1987 2013-01-14 10:35:56


i did.

i checked my bank account and it hasn't been charged. so i am not sure it really is free or not.

free tix to the big knife?
Posted by ClydeBarrow 2013-01-14 11:15:21


They must have fixed it because I just purchased them for $10 each.

free tix to the big knife?
Posted by mordav 2013-01-14 17:35:36


I will be in New York in early April and wanted to see The Big Knife, but when I tried to select my tickets it seemed that all of the orchestra centre seats were unavailable. I was surprised as the show will be in previews. Does anyone know if these tickets are unavailable because they have actually been sold, or are they reserved for Roundabout subscribers. If it is the latter, does anyone know if these tickets might become available at a later date (e.g., if not purchased by subscribers). Thanks in advance for any help on this.

free tix to the big knife?
Posted by frogs_fan85 2013-01-14 17:39:06


I would say subscriber holds, especially because this is the first date of single ticket sales.

free tix to the big knife?
Posted by broadwaydevil 2013-01-14 17:46:38


It's certainly subscriber holds. I kind of doubt this will be a sell-out so look for tickets as the performance date approaches. With The Mystery of Edwin Drood, huge crops of tickets come up in the center orchestra typically a week before a performance.

free tix to the big knife?
Posted by mordav 2013-01-14 17:57:04


thanks