Some of the best ways to save money at the theatre this winter
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As we approach the end of the year, the cold weather is setting in and one of the best nights out you can have (without the need for getting dressed up and freezing in queues for a club) is at the theatre. Obviously, for some, the theatre can seem out of reach financially but fear not; we’ve popped together a selection of the best offers on at the moment that you can take advantage of. TodayTix This nifty app gives you a huge variety of offers and discounted tickets starting from just £13. It shows all the best on West End and off West End shows available in your area. Lotteries are also available on high demand shows such as Lazarus, The Entertainer, Kinky Boots and more. Not only that, but the app can give you notifications when certain tickets become available and when ‘Rush’ tickets are on offer (‘Rush’ tickets give you a discount on some shows; this is currently available on Charlie and the Chocolate Factory). TodayTix also offer a referral programme - you give your code to a friend or family member and once they’ve made a purchase they get £10 off and you get £10 for yourself to spend on any show. Told you it was nifty. TodayTix can be downloaded on the Apple App Store and on Android. Travelex at The National Theatre The National Theatre are always gracing us with brilliant seats at low costs, but if you find that a particular show is out of your budget you may want to check if it’s a part of the Travelex season. Each year a number of their productions will be included in the season and once you’ve signed up you’re entitled to tickets for just £15. The 2016 season is coming to an end but you can still grab tickets for Amadeus and once you’ve signed up your entitlement can continue into the new year.
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