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Is there anyway to get bargain west end tickets?

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kiely32 Sun 30-Oct-16 10:07:56

My kids have got to the age where they have enough 'stuff' so I have decided to get them each an experience. For Dd I am looking at Lion king tickets but it works out at around £200 for the 4 of us. I know they do kids week in August- but too far away - and I really want Santa to deliver the tickets- so can't go with turn up at theatre on the day and hope for the best. Any ideas on how to get the price down?

LIZS Sun 30-Oct-16 10:16:37

There are usually offers post Christmas. Sign up for a newsletter with Kidsweek. Tbh £50 a head isn't unusual though.

RuskBaby Sun 30-Oct-16 10:28:34

Take a look at 'get into London theatre' they sell tickets for January through to February 13th and start from £10pp through to £40pp. You need to be flexible on dates and where you sit sometimes but we have saved some serious cash and seen some amazing shows. I think they go on sale in November but it is possibly December.

kiely32 Sun 30-Oct-16 10:52:44

Thank you! Will take a look now. Xx

deelishiS0 Sun 30-Oct-16 10:58:12

I got "day seat" tickets once for legally blonde front row. You queue up at theatre the morning of performance. It was a good laugh. Not much of a queue. check online which west end theatres do it. They were £20 roughly so bargain. Wicked used to do it as well. Just google day seats west end theatres.

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