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Looking for cheap deals and discounts for theatre tickets in the West End and elsewhere? I’ll post regular sales or decent offers here.

Don’t forget to read my guide to getting cheap theatre tickets and my cash hack to get seat upgrades!

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Get Into London Theatre sale

This is a semi-regular offer which has some big shows with at least 20% off. For 2018, the sale will start on Tuesday 4th December for performances from 1st January until 15th February. Tickets are either £10, £20, £30 or £40, with no booking fees.

But there’s a presale for Mastercard owners in mid-November each year, which gives you a better chance of nabbing the hottest seats.

This year John Lewis and Waitrose Partnership credit card owners get first dibs, with presale starting on 20th November at 10am. Then other Mastercard holders can get theirs from 10am on Black Friday, which is the 23rd November.

> Presales are through the Mastercard Priceless website

See if you can find a theatre bargain at GetintoLondonTheatre.com

 

Up to 10% off Theatre Tokens or Ticketmaster at Zeek

I’m a big fan of gift card resale site Zeek, often using it to buy vouchers for shops like John Lewis and iTunes. However, you can also get discounted paper vouchers for Theatre Tokens or cut-price e-code for Ticketmaster, which can both be used for hundreds of theatre productions.

The discount varies but can often be as high as 10%, if not more

Plus with the code CLEVERCASH you can save £5 off your first order (min spend £45).

> Sign up to Zeek and buy cheap theatre gift cards

Kids Week 2019

This is back every summer, and should be available in June 2019 for shows in August. Uually you can get one free child’s ticket (and more half price) at a series of West End shows when you buy one full paying adult ticket. It’s for shows throughout all of August, not just one week.

Tickets are limited with big shows like the Lion King quickly selling out, but there are plenty of options.

The only thing I’d say is the adult tickets are full price so you might be better off looking at other deals if more than one adult is attending.

> Check out Kids Week 

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