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Rush tickets to Broadway and Off Broadway shows can sell for as little as $20 apiece. Go to the theater's box office on the day of the performance to check.

Discount tickets are available at the TKTS Booth in Duffy Square (47th Street and Broadway). Or try the TKTS South Street Seaport Booth, at the corner of Front and John Streets, or TKTS Downtown Brooklyn, at One MetroTech Center at the corner of Jay Street and Myrtle Ave. Due to the number of plays on Broadway, TDF has added a "Play Only" window at the Times Square booth under the red steps. All booths accept credit cards. For hours and details, visit

An excellent Broadway-discount clearing house is There you can find tickets up to 45 percent off, as well as super buy-one-get-one-discounted deals.

Discount codes can be found at and at Half-price tickets can be purchased via Hit Show Club; call 212-581-4211 or visit Group-rate discounts are available through Broadway Bucks. Call 800-223-7565 or visit

Theatergoers ages 18 to 35 can buy tickets to Roundabout Theatre Company shows at way-reduced prices by joining its Hiptix program. Call 212-719-1300 or register online.

Similarly, if you want cheaper tickets for Lincoln Center Theater and you are between 21 and 35, join LCT's LincTix program, through which you can get $30 tickets to all shows.

Students ages 13 to 18 can buy $5 tickets to many Off and Off-Off Broadway productions through High 5 Tickets to the Arts. Librarians, teachers and students can pick up vouchers for 30 to 50 percent off at the School Theatre Ticket Program. For more information, call 212-354-4722 or visit Another solid discount site is located at that address.

Producer Jordan Roth recently created a novel idea: discounted tickets that also give to charity. Five percent of your ticket price can go to a nonprofit organization of your choice. Find more details at

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