NYC Broadway Week returns in September with 2-for-1 ticket offers

Ticket sales for the general public begin on Tuesday, August 16, for the return of NYC Broadway Week, produced by NYC & Company in collaboration with the Broadway League and running from September 6–25, 2022. Since it began in 2011, the twice-a-year program has invited theatergoers to explore a multitude of Broadway productions with a limited number of 2-for-1 tickets to participating shows, made available for select seats at the discretion of each, with a two-ticket minimum purchase for the discount.

Productions participating in the September 2022 NYC Broadway Week are:

1776, Aladdin, A Strange Loop, Beetlejuice, Chicago, Come from Away, Cost of Living, Death of a Salesman, Funny Girl, Hadestown, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Into the Woods, MJ the Musical, Moulin Rouge!, Six, The Book of Mormon, The Kite Runner, The Lion King, The Phantom of the Opera, The Piano Lesson, and Wicked.

Please note that not all seats are eligible for the 2-for-1 offer, only those noted. Rather than one free ticket for every full-price ticket, all tickets will be issued at 50% off their original price (plus applicable taxes and fees). Certain select seats, which generally are priced higher than regular seats, are considered “Upgraded Tickets” and will be available at $125 per ticket. Ticket buyers must also be sure to apply the proper code (BWAYWK for the 2-for-1 offer, or BWAYUP for the upgraded tickets) when making the purchase, and discounts cannot be combined with other promotions. The 2-for-1 discount will show in your shopping cart prior to purchase. Offers are subject to availability and blackout dates may apply. All sales are final and no refunds will be issued.

To buy tickets, beginning on August 16, visit the official NYC Broadway Week page online, where you can browse the entire line-up of participating productions or filter by genre, family-friendly shows, and Tony Award winners.

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