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Hit Broadway Shows Announce Discounts of up to 40%*

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By Karyn Strauss

Ticket prices for hit Broadway shows in New York City, including the revamped "Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark" and "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying," were just reduced by much as 40% for select performances into fall.

These deals include Orchestra and Front Mezzanine seats -- considered among the best in the house -- as well as weekend performances.

Sample deals include:

  • "Sister Act"
    - $46.50-$79.50 (reg. $51.50-$129)
    - All shows, Aug. 16 - Oct. 30

  • Tony-winning "Chicago the Musical"
    - $49.50-$79.50 (reg. $69-$136.50)
    - All shows, Aug. 21 - Nov. 6
    - Select shows with Kara DioGuardi of "American Idol"

  • "Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark"
    - $59-$197 (reg. $67.50-$300)
    - Most shows, Sept. 6 - Nov. 6, except Saturday evenings

  • "Mary Poppins"
    - $67-$80 (reg. $90-$126)
    - All shows, Aug. 23 - Nov. 20

  • Tony-winning revival "Anything Goes"
    - $69-$99 (reg. $87-$137)
    - Starring Sutton Foster & Joel Grey
    - Sunday-Thursday and Saturday matinees, Sept. 6 - Nov. 20

  • "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying"
    - $89 (reg. $132)
    - Stars Daniel Radcliffe & Tony-winner John Larroquette
    - All shows, Sept. 6 - Nov. 6 (not available on Oct. 6)

Other popular shows are also offering aggressive ticket discounts, such as off-Broadway's "Million Dollar Quartet" for $50 (regularly $89.50) and "Zarkana" by Cirque du Soleil at as much as 55% off.

Book by Aug. 31.
 
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