Broadwayforbrokepeople says that there's a $32 student rush policy for My Fair Lady at the box office day of. Anyone tried this? If so, what time did you line up/where were the seats?
Tried it a couple weeks ago, they were sold out so they didn't have any tickets so got carousel instead
Fiyero13 said: "Tried it a couple weeks ago, they were sold out so they didn't have any tickets so got carousel instead"what time did you arrive/what day? I'm thinking of trying for a two show day to increase the odds
went at 9 AM, was first in line, so it doesn't matter what time to get there, if its sold out there's nothing you can do
Have you tried linctix? It's only $32 and you're eligible if you're under age 35. No waiting needed.http://www.lct.org/linctix/This is what my friends and I used and we got 3rd row extreme sides in orchestra.
Hey kids, There are no linctix left, they've been gone for quite some time. And when I went to rush yesterday, the box office let me know that they're sold out at least through the month of April, so no rush. Since it's a limited run, I anticipate they'll be sold out for the remainder of the run, at least on same day. If they're sold out on a random Tuesday in April, they're probably going to be sold out forever.
There are LincTix left for shows starting in July. I just bought one on Monday for July 1.
My partner and I just purchased seats using LincTix after reading this post.
Wick, how was your view?
Sorry for bumping this thread, but how's the view for LincTix's tickets?
Hi! Any idea as to how to get cheaper tickets to MFL? LincTix aren't available any of the dates I'll be in the city and it sounds like student rush isn't going to be likely. Any ideas to avoid the crazy stubhub inflation? Thanks!
Just repeating what Wick already said, For those who qualify, have you tried Lincoln Center's discount program for those between 21-35? That was how me and a bunch of my friends were able to procure 4th row 100s section tickets.https://www.lct.org/linctix/
RippedMan said: "Wick, how was your view?"View was great! It was a little bit of stadium seating so the row in front of me didin't obstruct my view at all. Sure, we were on the side but we felt so close to the actors and seeing their facial expressions during certain scenes were great. The only time we were on the side really was during the Covent Garden scenes. When it was at the house, it was perfectly fine. I much preferred this seat than center rear loge at this theater.
I don't know if this helps at all, as I haven't attempted the student rush.During LCT's The King and I, I attempted to rush around July 4th and they were sold out or were not offering rush, but when I went back in October/November they had it and I noticed had most side view seats available. I don't know how long MFL intends to run, but I would expect most LCT subscribers will have seen it come fall.
Just checked through my email - I've lost the lottery 32 times now so can't say it's an easy win. I've heard of a few people winning though so still trying, and LincTix is available for a lot of dates even just a month out!
Has anyone tried rushing lately, now that it's been on TKTS at 50% for a bit? If so, please post your experience. Thanks!
I thought I would bump this. Is anyone able to confirm whether there have been rush seats available recently?
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