TKTS (the big red steps) is the classic. Day-of tickets that are 40-60% off. Also, the Plays line is usually significantly shorter than the musicals. They also have an app where you can see which shows are listed that day and, if it’s closed, how often the show you want to see typically comes up for sale.
I recently started using TodayTix, which is a new app that lets you buy discounted Broadway tix (it looks to be about the same as the TKTS prices). BONUS: Sign up with my link and you get $20 off your first ticket purchase.
playwrightshorizons does a LIVE for FIVE Lotto that you can enter online for $5 tickets for select nights (usually during previews).
roundabouttheatre has HIPTIX, which is free to join and has $20-25 seats for all their shows if you are 18-35.
lincolncenter has LINCTIX, similar to HIPTIX but tickets are $35 each.
mcctheaterblog does $30 if you are under 30 with the code 3030 online or with ID in person.
elizabethactual said: Atlantic theater sells the last two rows for $20 for all of previews!
itsdlevy said: I’m a big fan of StudentRush.org and in particular their Will Call Club, which is free to join.
Broadway for Broke People is a great resource for Broadway tickets, with a guide to which shows do rush, lotto, SRO, etc.
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