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Tickets for Sale: 54 Below sing A Very Potter Musical 3/19 and Superhero at Second Stage  Mar 18 2019, 05:48:05 PM

Hello, 

I have two tickets for sale for this week to shows I will not be able to make. 

54 Below Sings A Very Potter Musical  3/19 @ 9:30 - main dining room - $20

A single seat to Superhero at Second Stage on Friday 3/22 - $30 

Message me if interested! 

Thanks! 

 

 



Single Front Orch seat for Harry Potter - tonight and Friday. - discounted!  Mar 14 2019, 12:51:59 PM
Hello,

I have a fourth row seat for Harry Potter tonight and tomorrow that cant be used. Selling for $250 total. Can transfer digitally. Please message me if you have an interest.

Thanks!


Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Seating/Pricing Thread  Aug 10 2018, 08:54:27 AM
Just a little perspective - if they are obstructed side Balcony seats in row C, those have in the past retailed for $20 each ($40 total for both parts). Not sure about the center balcony price, but just a little information about what the face value could be.

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Seating/Pricing Thread  Jun 29 2018, 09:25:17 PM

It is definitely personal preference. Some people don't want to do a matinee especially if they are from out of town and sightseeing. It can be a bit of a long day to see both parts, but it is also great to see the piece as a whole. I think it really depends on what your plans are for when you are in town and if you are used to and/or would enjoy a two show day. There are pros and cons to both experiences. I saw it all in one day the first time, and I definitely would have been drive

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Seating/Pricing Thread  Jun 29 2018, 07:14:33 AM

Fosse76 said: "hermionejuliet said: "The Lyric has a really great balcony. And yes it is high but in relation to other balconies I've sat in, it is much closer to the stage."

Not on Broadway. It's pretty farfrom the stage. None of the Broadway theaters with balconies are as faraway.

**EDIT

The Palace may be farther, at least vertically. But not horizontally.




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I don't know about th


Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Seating/Pricing Thread  Jun 28 2018, 09:33:06 PM
The Lyric has a really great balcony. And yes it is high but in relation to other balconies I've sat in, it is much closer to the stage. The effects are so magical from there as well. :)

Orch Row F is a great seat, and you'll definitely be able to see the effect that happens multiple times throughout the show in those seats- as long as we are talking about the same one!


Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Seating/Pricing Threadhi  Jun 28 2018, 11:25:34 AM
I happened to have sat in Row Q and Row H. I would definitely recommend Row G even if you are short (I am also very short). There is a slight slope in the orch which helps a bit and the seats have nice "windows." Though the last time I saw the show, the usher told me that the cushions are just for kids and there were far less available for use, so that is something to keep in mind. Not sure if this is a new rule or just a particular usher.

As for Row Q. You'll have a perfect view of th


Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Seating/Pricing Threadhi  Jun 28 2018, 01:20:26 AM
I would expect that if BroadwayCon attendees wanted to attend, they would aim before or after the convention simply because the time commitment would cut into con programming. Unless they are attending just one day or going for one specific event. That being said, I'm not really sure how many people attend the con in total, but I would assume that it isn't EVERYONE'S cup of tea anyway and that the number of tourist drastically decreasing otherwise would even things out.

I concur that y


Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Seating/Pricing Threadhi  Jun 23 2018, 03:58:14 PM

Looks like those price bands continue through May 2019, 



Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Seating/Pricing Threadhi  Jun 22 2018, 08:47:25 AM
Row M - center- is super awesome. For the price it is a well placed seat with very little obstruction. Good job!

I would warn against left side Row K of the mezzanine. There is a break and railing a few feet away. The view is pretty decent, but the seats are a little lower, so the heads in the previous row - while a decent distance away can be a problem. A booster seems to remedy the situation though. Just a heads up!


Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Seating/Pricing Thread  Jun 20 2018, 09:13:09 PM

BroadwayLuv2 said: "hermionejuliet said: "There are also some $40 per part in December. Mainly on Sunday or Thursday/Friday."

I got a pair! Love this board!
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Agreed! Good work team. Thanks to all who search and share - definitely a way to spread some joy. :) (Is this the Broadway equivalent to the Starbucks Pay It Forward? I think it might be!) 



Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Seating/Pricing Thread  Jun 20 2018, 02:44:31 PM
There are also some $40 per part in December. Mainly on Sunday or Thursday/Friday.

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Seating/Pricing Thread  Jun 18 2018, 11:03:52 AM
Regardless of the how's or whys - the ticket alert date states that they just released tickets for all dates in July. I don't see any of the lower priced tickets, but if you are looking for a $179/$189 seat for a specific July date, you might want to check it out. I also saw a $155 seat as well.

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Seating/Pricing Thread  Jun 14 2018, 10:32:40 AM

HeatherAV said: " This is a bit off-topic but I figure if anyone knows the answer it’ll be the folks on this message thread

Are the the principal actors still performing this week? Or are any of the principal actors and actresses taking vacation now that the Tonys are over? (Was anyone at the show yesterday who can confirm if any understudies went on?)
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I ha


Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Seating/Pricing Thread  May 30 2018, 04:39:23 PM
Currently August 22nd has a seat for $80 per part - Balcony Row E. I sat in balc row E recently and thought it was a great view! :)

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Seating/Pricing Thread  May 30 2018, 06:57:40 AM

Sigrun23 said: "I desperately need to buy one ticket for this Saturday or Sunday as it’s the only time I’m going to be in NYC in foreseeable future. I know that I should just constantly check TM site to catch something cheaper but the problem is the site doesn’t work in my country. I always get an error and can’t even check if any tickets are available. Is anyone selling their tickets for these dates? Or maybe someone will be willing to buy them for me and tra

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Seating/Pricing Thread  May 29 2018, 07:30:58 PM

Myshmoopsiepoo said: "I noticed Broadway.com has the following notice:

For performances from 05/02/18 through 12/30/19, customers may purchase up to a total of 6 tickets.
Please adhere to the above published ticket limit. Persons who exceed the ticket limit will not be able to complete their purchase, or they may have any or all of their completed orders and tickets cancelled and refunds issued with or without notice by Broadway.com in its sole discretion. This includ


Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Seating/Pricing Thread  May 25 2018, 12:08:26 PM
Happy Friday!!

There's a dress circle box seat for 80 per part for Sunday 5/27 on the site right now. :)


Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Seating/Pricing Thread  May 23 2018, 07:43:10 AM

CT2NYC said: "hermionejuliet said:

"Also did a TON of premium tickets really go on sale for $20/$40? I saw a lot of balcony seats and very rear orchestra, which tend to skew this price anyway, but I'm thrilled if others got real steals of prime seats."

Starting on May 1, and continuing for about 10 days, really amazing seats kept popping up randomly for $20-40, some at the last minute, some the day before, and others even further in advanc


Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Seating/Pricing Thread  May 22 2018, 10:22:03 PM

Exactly, this is a concentrated group of a specific type of ticket buyer which is fairly slim in the overall Broadway audience- especially as stated- with a ton of first time theatre goers for this specific production.
The majority of people buy a theatre ticket and never look back.

Also did a TON of premium tickets really go on sale for $20/$40? I saw a lot of balcony seats and very rear orchestra, which tend to skew this price anyway, but I'm thrilled if others got real


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