$57 – Broadway's 'Big, Fat Hit,' 30% Off
Time Out New York, AP and NY1 all included the show in their picks for the best theater of 2015.
Travelzoo members can save as much as 30% on tickets to "Something Rotten!," a musical from the director of "Aladdin" and the co-director of "The Book of Mormon." The show was recently called "Broadway's funniest musical comedy in at least 400 years" by Time Out New York. The New York Post raves that it's "a big, fat hit."
"Something Rotten!" will play its final performance on Jan. 1 and with this offer Travelzoo members can get tickets for most performances through Oct. 30 at the St. James Theatre, located in the heart of Times Square:
- $57 (reg. $77) ... Rear Mezzanine & Balcony
- $75-$99 (reg. $99-$157) ... Middle Mezzanine
- $89-$109 (reg. $119-$157) ... Orchestra & Front Mezzanine
In "Something Rotten!," playwrights Nick and Nigel Bottom are desperate to write a hit but are stuck in the shadow of William Shakespeare. When they learn from a local soothsayer that the future of theatre involves singing and dancing, the brothers set out to write the world’s very first musical.
Book by Oct. 30.
When You Can Go
Through Oct. 30
Up to 30%
How to Book
Book online at 'Something Rotten!'
- Click "Find Tickets" next to the performance date.
- Enter offer code SRTRVAUG, and click the check mark.
- Use the map to select your seats, and click "Checkout."
- Enter the security code or check the verification box, review your order, and click "Continue."
- Choose e-tickets and "Continue."
- Log in, or create an account to complete the purchase.
Fees: $7-$8.50 per ticket and $3.20 per order.
Select a performance. Under "Promotions and Special Offers" use code SRTRVAUG to purchase. Fees of $7-$8.50 per ticket and $3.20 per order will be additional.
We’ve found that this booking experience doesn’t work well on mobile phones. Use a desktop or tablet to get the deal.
Prefer to Book by Phone?
Call 'Something Rotten!' at 800-982-2787.
Mention code SRTRVAUG. Or, print this page, and bring it to the box office (246 W. 44th St.) to purchase without service fees.