Tickets remain in high demand for one of the most famous musicals in Broadway history as it celebrates its 23rd anniversary on Jan. 26. But Travelzoo subscribers can still snag a deal -- select seats are more than 35% off for most performances through March 12.
Andrew Lloyd Webber's "The Phantom of the Opera" is the longest-running Broadway show and has won seven Tony Awards, including Best Musical. The story centers on a young singer who is charmed by a mysterious specter that haunts the Paris Opera House. After triumphing on stage through the Phantom's teachings, she reunites with her childhood friend and romance blossoms.
Monday-Thursday evening performances through March 12 are:
Note: Rear Mezzanine seats (rows K-L) are available for these performances at the regular price of $26.50.
Friday evening and Saturday matinee performances are also available for $59 (regularly $76.50) in the Rear Mezzanine and $85 (regularly $131.50) in the Orchestra and Front Mezzanine.
Blackout Dates: Feb. 14, Saturday evenings