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The Metropolitan Opera's Turandot Cancelled Today

The Metropolitan Opera's Turandot Cancelled Today

Because of Hurricane Sandy and the resulting suspension of public transportation, the Met has canceled the Tuesday, October 30 performance of Turandot. They have a number of options for ticket-holders for this performance.

1. You may exchange your tickets into any upcoming performance of the 2012-13 season. 

2. If you are not sure what you would like to see, they can credit your purchase amount to Your Account so that you can use it at any time toward performance tickets during the 2012-13 season.

3. They can issue a full refund.

4. You may make a tax-deductible donation to the Met in the amount of your ticket purchase.

Here's how to get in touch: 

At the Box Office Window
Hours: Monday–Saturday, 10am–8pm; Sunday, noon–6pm. Please note that the Box Office will be closed on Tuesday. 

By Phone
Call us at 212-362-6000, Monday–Saturday, 10am–8pm; Sunday, noon–6pm, Eastern Time. Please note that the call center will be closed on Tuesday.

By Mail
Mail your tickets and specific instructions to: Met Ticket Service, Metropolitan Opera, Lincoln Center, New York, New York 10023, U.S.A. Be sure to include your name, address, and contact information so that we can get intouch with you if we have a question. Please include at least two performance date options.

By E-Mail
E-mail your specific instructions to metropolitanopera@metopera.org. Be sure to include your name, address, and contact information so that they can get in touch with you if we have a question. Please include at least two performance date options.


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