Yes, I'm also sad they don't sell Butterbeer - but probably they can't had the "official" Butterbeer (what is sold at the theme parks and the studio tour) for whatever reason, and therefore can't sell anything else.
If anyone is interested, you can buy a bottle of champagne for $50 and bring it back to your seats. Two of us split it and ended up getting nearly three glasses each - a decent deal for a Broadway theater. And we felt very festive. :)
Harry Potter tickets really aren't that limited and a bit difficult to resell. I recently bought balcony row A seats on Stubhub for $70 a ticket (both parts). I would suggest lowering your price quite a bit and considering Stubhub.
I saw this yesterday and absolutely loved it! I was going in with lower expectations after reading some responses on here, but I think that it absolutely worked. Like many have said, the music and staging reminded me a lot of Spring Awakening (which is one of my favorite shows) and was beautifully executed. I think the story flowed in a way that made sense, and really dealt with it's overarching themes while tying into Alice in Wonderland quite well. That being said, it had it's
I'm selling one ticket to the February 28th 7pm showing of Choir Boy. Left Mezz. Row B, Seat 7. I can have the box office change the name on it, but you'll have to show ID that you are under 35.
I can take payment via Venmo or Paypal. I could also meet in person for the exchange, though digital is preferred.
PM me if interested. Thanks!
To Kill a Mockingbird Rush Feb 16
2019, 10:37:52 AM
I got in line a little after 8 this morning. There were around 15 people in front of me. I think I got the last of the SRO for the evening show, but they were still selling Mez- I think it’s caught on that those seats are terrible. The line was wrapping all the way around the block by the time we were let in.
The cheapest tickets for that day on StubHub are actually $250 per ticket for BOTH parts - after fees. These prices will likely go down a lot as that date gets closer.
I feel for you wanting to help pay for your sister's treatments, but you are much more likely to sell them at all if you can lower your price a bit. Unfortunately, Cursed Child tickets are extremely hard to sell at cost paid.