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NYC Broadway Week Offers 2-for-1 Tickets in September

NYC Broadway Week Offers 2-for-1 Tickets in September

There is a variety of shows to choose from, including kid-friendly shows, plays and musicals

Theater tickets can be pricey, especially if you want to take your whole family to the show. But now through Sept. 25, NYC Broadway Week is offering 2-for-1 tickets to popular Broadway shows—quite an entertainment bargain during a time of inflation.

How to Get 2-for-1 NYC Broadway Week Tickets

Head to the Broadway Week website and choose the show you want to see. They're listed on the main page, but you can also use filters to search by genre and show time.

Click on the ticket link, and you'll be able to browse available seats. Make sure you enter promo code “BWAYWK” to score the discount. 

You can also splurge and get upgraded seats by using promo code “BWAYUP.”

Keep in mind, NYC Broadway Week tickets sell out very fast, so you might want to make an order as soon as possible. 

NYC & Company is the organization that produces Broadway Week, which is offered twice a year.  

“Since its launch in 2011, NYC Broadway Week has offered visitors and locals alike the world's best theatrical experiences at a remarkable value,” Fred Dixon, NYC Company president and CEO, told Broadway World. “After a three-year hiatus, we are proud to bring the fall edition of our signature NYC Broadway Week program back to audiences September 6-25. With choices ranging from Tony Award winners and kid-friendly favorites to new productions and beloved classics, there is something for everyone.”

Participating NYC Broadway Week Shows 

There is a variety of shows to choose from, including kid-friendly shows, plays and musicals. Here's a list of participating performances:

  • Phantom of the Opera 

  • The Lion King 

  • Beetlejuice

  • Aladdin

  • Into the Woods

  • Wicked

  • MJ

  • The Piano Lesson

  • Harry Potter and the Cursed Child 

  • Six

  • Dear Evan Hansen

  • Moulin Rouge! The Musical

  • Come From Away (Note: This is the show’s final summer on Broadway.)

  • Funny Girl

  • 1776

  • Death of a Salesman

  • Hadestown

  • A Strange Loop

  • The Kite Runner

  • Chicago

According to Broadway World, NYC Broadway week has cumulatively sold more than 1,900,000 tickets, generating over $100 million in revenue for Broadway, since its launch in 2011. The program is sponsored by Mastercard and supported by the Mayor’s Office of Media and entertainment. 

What You Need To Know About NYC Broadway Week 

When is NYC Broadway Week in 2022?

NYC Broadway Week runs Sept. 6- 25, 2022.

Is every show included in Broadway Week?

No. There is a complete list of participating shows online. 

How does the offer work? 

You’ll get 50% off each ticket with a minimum of two tickets purchased. So, instead of one free ticket for every full-price ticket you buy, all tickets will be issued at 50% off their original price 

What kind of seats are available?

Not all seats are eligible for the 2-for-1 deal, but there are still many to choose from. Just keep in mind they sell out fast. There is also an option to upgrade select seats for $125 per ticket. 

For more information, visit or follow the company on Facebook or Instagram

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